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When Stars Collide

With the help of new observational data of gravitational waves and electromagnetic signatures, University of Potsdam researchers are using supercomputers to understand binary neutron star mergers.

HLRS and BiB Win HPC Innovation Award for Pandemic Monitoring Tool

The award recognizes the implementation of a simulation that predicts intensive care unit demand across Germany resulting from COVID-19.

HLRS and Tohoku University Renew Collaboration Agreement

Media Solution Center Joins EU Initiative to Promote Innovation in the Cultural and Creative Sectors

Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Develop Method for More Efficient Computing

Hawk Enables Research to Improve Nanomedicine

Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Mozart?

Stuttgart Research Initiative Will Support Energy Transformation in Local Communities

Building Trust in the Face of Disinformation

EuroCC National Competence Centers Hold First All-Hands Conference

New HLRS Steering Committee Holds First Meeting

Golden Spike Awards Presented at 25th Annual HLRS Results and Review Workshop

Stuttgart Mayor Dr. Frank Nopper Tours HLRS

HPC Helps Identify New, Cleaner Source for White Light

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