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A two-day meeting at HLRS focused on the challenges of designing facilities able to adapt to the growing demands of supercomputing in an environmentally responsible way.

University of Marburg researchers are using high-performance computing to investigate how functionalizing silicon with other compounds could make light-based signaling in semiconductors feasible.

The High-Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), the number one market leader in high-performance computing (HPC), today announced a joint collaboration to build and...

High-performance computing resources and data-driven machine learning helped University of Stuttgart researchers model how coal, nuclear, and geothermal power plants could be retrofitted for cleaner, safer, and more efficient and...

A newly founded association called the Media Solution Center Baden-Württemberg aims to facilitate the integration of new applications of high-performance computing and simulation into media production.

On November 12-15, HLRS takes part in the SC18 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis in Dallas, Texas. Here's how to find us.

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.