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As part of the Drehmoment Produktionskunst-Festival, digital artist Michael Saup collaborated with HLRS to create a virtual reality installation that raises awareness of air pollution.

At the 21st Annual Results and Review Workshop, HLRS recognized three Hazel Hen users for their scientific excellence and innovative applications in parallel computing.

The meeting brought together representatives of Germany's national supercomputing centers, HPC hardware manufacturers, and HPC users in industry to discuss current trends and challenges in the field.

A University of Stuttgart research consortium focused on data-integrated simulation technologies has been awarded a prestigious seven-year grant as part of Germany's national strategy for scientific excellence.

In their paper, Schuchart et al. investigate the taskyield directive in OpenMP, presenting a test that programmers can use to observe how it is managing tasks in their applications.

In an interview, asc(s Director Alexander F. Walser explains how the association of car manufacturers, engineering service providers, and the HLRS is helping to drive innovation in automotive technology.

At a running event held to promote networking in Baden-Württemberg's digital technology community one thing was clear: the key to success is not only good cooperation among politics, academia, and industry, but also a dose of...

Scientists from top German and Russian universities and research institutes gathered to discuss how supercomputing could help solve tough scientific and industrial problems.

As a participant in the HLRS program "Simulated Worlds," high school student Niklas Knöll used machine learning to fight against a common source of complaints in the Stuttgart area.

Computer modeling and simulation resources provided by HLRS gave the team a critical edge.