The award recognizes the implementation of a simulation that predicts intensive care unit demand across Germany resulting from COVID-19.
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HLRS supports research and provides high-performance computing solutions in the following fields.
With one of Europe's fastest supercomputers, we can help realize the most computationally demanding simulation projects.
HLRS enables the testing of new applications of machine learning and deep learning, as well as hybrid approaches that combine HPC and AI.
By connecting our HPC systems with virtual reality and augmented reality technologies, we make it easier to gain insights from large datasets.
If HPC simulation, big data analytics, visualization, or artificial intelligence are important in your work, HLRS can help you develop the skills to program and operate parallel computing clusters effectively.
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Discover how HLRS's supercomputers are used and how our center is helping to shape the future of high-performance computing.
High-performance computing is a critical part of today's advanced research. Learn how scientists use HLRS's computing resources to make new discoveries and develop new technologies.
Staff scientists at HLRS are involved in collaborative research projects to address key problems facing high-performance computing and test new applications of HPC to solve global challenges.
For more than 25 years, HLRS has been an important partner for companies that rely on simulation, visualization, and data analysis for the development of new products.
Are you a scientist or engineer who is interested in using our computing systems?
HLRS's approach to sustainability is formally recognized under the Eco Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS), the Blue Angel Ecolabel, and ISO international standards.
Funding for HLRS's Hawk supercomputer is provided by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry for Science, Research, and the Arts and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research through the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing.
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A member of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing, HLRS is one of three German national centers for high-performance computing.
HLRS is a central unit of the University of Stuttgart.