For the 20th time in the history of HLRS, the national research community using the HPC computing resources of HLRS met in Stuttgart-Vaihingen for the annual HLRS Results and Review Workshop.

A five-day seminar hosted by the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) provided philosophers, social scientists, and historians a detailed understanding of the capabilities and challenges of simulation.

Multi-institution research team uses computation and experiment to understand how novel material properties form, leading to high-performance industrial uses.

During a press conference at HLRS, the Baden-Württemberg Minister for Science, Research, and the Arts announced 500 million Euro to support HPC efforts as part of the state wide digitalization strategy.

An annual report in the field of information and communications technology (ICT) recently highlighted selected examples of success stories in EU-funded projects conducted by German research institutes and enterprises. Two of eight...

In a public lecture at the Carl-Zeiss-Planetarium Stuttgart, HLRS Director Michael Resch explored some key theoretical issues underlying the nature and reliability of computer simulation.