Simulation scientists utilized HLRS supercomputing and visualization tools to develop high-resolution models of a physical collision.

Supercomputing centers are taking a wide range of measures to increase access to supercomputing resources for commercial R&D.

At a public event titled "Vision Smart City: Future Mobility, Today" held at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, HLRS and partners at the University of Stuttgart demonstrated how virtual reality is being used to plan a zero-emissions...

Visualization and video created at HLRS figured prominently in Armin Linke und Estelle Blaschke's installation "Image Capital," winner of the 2019 Kubus.Sparda Kunstpreis. We spoke with them about the project.

HLRS completed the first installation phase for the next-generation supercomputer, Hawk.

Staff shared perspectives on artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and science ethics at multiple events organized for the public.

Researchers working with the HLRS Department of Philosophy of Computer Simulation strive for a clearer understanding of computational research and its limitations.

Providing personalized guidance to HPC users results in faster codes and more efficient use of computing resources.

With recent expansions in its infrastructure and services, HLRS is laying a foundation that will enable engineers and applied scientists to take full advantage of the next generation of faster supercomputers.

The agreement will facilitate the exchange of expertise between the centers.