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Using the Hazel Hen supercomputer at HLRS, an RWTH Aachen University team reached a new landmark in modeling turbulence, paving the road to better power plant modeling and design.

On June 18-22, HLRS joins high-performance computing stakeholders from research and industry in Frankfurt to discuss the latest developments in the field. Here's how to find us.

HLRS scientist Ralf Schneider is using supercomputing to reduce the failure rate of bone implants for patients with severe fractures.

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations are both energy and time intensive. However, for future industrial applications, CFD simulations are crucial for reducing costs, time-to-market, and increasing product innovation....

On May 31, 2017, representatives from two Japanese small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and from the NEC Corporation visited the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) to learn about its technical capabilities and how...

In early May researchers from all over Europe came together to kick off the third edition of the EC-funded activity “Transnational Access Programme for a Pan-European Network of HPC Research Infrastructures and Laboratories for...

The book presents the proceedings of the 10th annual International Parallel Tools Workshop, a conference that brought together high-performance computing (HPC) users and developers of software tools to discuss the state of the art...

The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) welcomed visitors from industry interested in learning how HLRS supports innovation for small and medium-sized technology companies.

On May 18, graduate students working at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) gathered once again for Doctoral Seminar Day.

The High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) once again welcomed students from three local schools, providing a hands-on introduction to careers in supercomputing and simulation.