Sustainability News

The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart marks the 10th anniversary of its sustainability strategy.

An HLRS-led project called ENRICH will develop a digital atlas to predict IT sector growth across the state and identify opportunities to increase energy efficiency and sustainability.

EU-funded project helps the public and policy makers better visualize data that impacts their daily lives in high resolution.

Using machine learning, virtual reality, and urban emotion tracking, researchers will test methods for creating "living labs" at complex urban locations.

The Blue Angel recognizes adherence to ecological standards and is recognized as a credible guide for selecting environmentally friendly products and services.

HLRS uses supercomputing and visualization to develop comprehensive models of urban environments, supports city planning in Herrenberg.

University of Duisburg-Essen researchers use HPC to model fuel jet flames in unprecedented detail, verifying experiments done by the German Aerospace Agency.

It is the first time that a major high-performance computing center has received approval under this framework for environmental management.

ISO certifications for environmental management and energy management recognize comprehensive steps the center has taken to address its environmental impact.

Using a machine learning algorithm and supercomputing, scientists are modelling wind turbine designs to improve energy efficiency.