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HLRS wishes our employees, partners, and friends a joyous holiday season and a healthy, happy, and successful 2018.

Xuan Wang has successfully defended his PhD thesis. For his dissertation he developed a semi-automated method for optimizing input/output for engineering applications. Congratulations, Dr. Wang!

A community organization dedicated to promoting education about the history of technology visited HLRS to learn about new capabilities of high-performance computing in Baden-Württemberg.

A two-day workshop at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) brought together infrastructure experts from German supercomputing centers to discuss strategies for building more sustainable systems.

At the 2017 International Conference for High Performance Computing (SC17), HLRS presented recent visualization projects, discussed the convergence of HPC and Big Data, and received strong marks in new benchmarking rankings.

In the newest Top500 ranking of the world's fastest HPC systems, the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart's (HLRS's) Hazel Hen was ranked number 19.

Using virtual reality and numerical simulation, visualization experts at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) make important contributions to the development of a groundbreaking technology.

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.

The HLRS supercomputer recently reached a milestone, crossing into seven digits in the number of compute jobs it has executed. The millionth job is an example of the essential role that high-performance computing is playing in...