In two new EU-wide projects, HLRS will coordinate an effort to enhance HPC competencies, promote cooperation, and support the implementation of best practices across Europe.
New programs and infrastructure at HLRS have begun laying the foundation to capitalize on the convergence of high-performance computing and artificial intelligence.
In an interview, MSC director Matthias Hauser describes innovative collaborations HLRS has begun involving HPC experts and leaders in the arts and media industries.
HLRS supported the artist collective Lunar Ring by providing computing resources for deep learning.
HLRS uses supercomputing and visualization to develop comprehensive models of urban environments, supports city planning in Herrenberg.
The HLRS 2019 Annual Report provides a wealth of information about our activities over the past year. Highlights include a look at steps HLRS has been taking to seize new opportunities offered by artificial intelligence,...
The course offered insights into theoretical and practical dimensions of entrepreneurship in the academic sector.
As it develops services to prepare European engineering for exascale computing, EXCELLERAT invites potential stakeholders to tell us more about your needs.
In his PhD research at HLRS, computer scientist Björn Schembera proposed strategies to make valuable research data more productive and long-term data management at HPC centers more efficient.
As a member of the AI Ethics Impact Group, HLRS helped create a systematic approach for implementing ethical standards in the development and use of AI algorithms.