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.

By cultivating collaborations within its extensive network and integrating new pedagogical approaches and education technologies, HLRS is working to share its expertise with academic and industrial researchers.

HLRS joins high-performance computing stakeholders from research and industry in Frankfurt to discuss the latest developments in the field during ISC18, running June 24–28. Here's how to find us.

In this interview, the director of the Baden-Württemberg Academy for Nature Preservation and Environmental Protection discusses how HLRS is enabling new sustainability opportunities for local companies and municipalities.

European Commissioner Günther Oettinger and HLRS Director Michael Resch discussed the importance of a European strategy for high-performance computing.

As part of a nationwide program aimed at increasing girls' interest in science and technology, students from local schools gained hands-on experience with supercomputing.

The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) and Supercomputing Center of Wuhan University, China will cooperate on technology and training projects.