Awards

The following is a selection of awards won by HLRS and its employees.

2022 OpenBikeSensor, a technology developed and used in the HLRS Visualization Department receives German Cycling Prize.
2018 Best Paper Award for Joseph Schuchart at the International Workshop on OMP 2018
2017 Hyperion Annual Innovation Excellence Award for the movie “Maya the Bee”
2016 Best Paper Award for Huan Zhou at the Fourth International Symposium on Computing and Networking (CANDAR)
2015 HPCwire Reader´s Choice Award 2015 ‘Best Use of HPC In Automotive’ for HLRS using DDN storage to run 1,000 crash simulations within 24 hours
2014 Simulated Worlds named ‘Especially Award-worthy’ by the foundation of education from Kreissparkasse for the district of Esslingen
2014 HLRS Director Michael Resch named honorary professor by the Russian Academy of Sciences
2013 HPCWire Readers' Choice Award for best use of HPC applications in manufacturing
2013 2nd place at the Bosch foundation award ‘School meets Science’ for the HLRS project ‘Simulated Worlds’
2012 HLRS Director Michael Resch receives Baden-Württemberg Übermorgenmacherpreis (Day-after-tomorrow-maker-award) 
2011 HLRS Director Michael Resch receives honorary doctorate from the Russian Academy of Sciences
2010 The project ParMa receives ITEA Gold Award
2009 HLRS Director Michael Resch receives honorary doctorate of Donetsk National Technical University, Ukraine
2007 HLRS Director Michael Resch delivers invited plenary talk at SC’07, Reno, USA 
2007 HLRS Director Michael Resch receives Microsoft Award "Early Contributor to Microsoft's Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003"
2007 HLRS named Chosen Location in Germany: Land der Ideen (country of ideas) competition
2003 Winner of HPC challenge at SC'03
2000 Michael Resch wins Best Paper Award at HPCN'2000
1999 US NSF Award for Real Distributed Supercomputing at SC'99, for the first linking of two computers between the US and Europe