Our 2022 annual report highlights new HLRS projects that are addressing challenges facing supercomputing as it moves to exascale, and includes an interview with physicist Thomas Schwitalla about the state of the art in large-scale atmospheric simulations. You can also learn more about key developments at HLRS in 2022, including new applications of digital twins, simulation, and artificial intelligence in scientific research, industrial R&D, city planning, and energy transformation.
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25 Years HLRS; New Activities in AI, Quantum Computing, Crisis Computing; HPC at Porsche
COVID-19 and HPC, Hawk Inaugurated, Blue Angel and EMAS Certifications, HPC Expertise Across Europe...
Preparing for the AI Future, Environmental Certifications, HPC and the Media Arts, Digital Tools for Urban Planning…
Engineering the Future, European Centers of Excellence, Stuttgart 21, Networking the Auto Industry…
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