Results of a key industry test show that HLRS's new flagship system is among the world's most powerful non-accelerated HPC systems.

EU-funded project helps the public and policy makers better visualize data that impacts their daily lives in high resolution.

The partnership will explore new applications of high-performance computing, high-performance data analytics, machine learning, and quantum computing in the manufacturing sector.

As part of this year's virtual conference, HLRS will present online talks on November 16-18 offering updates on many of our current projects. Learn more about our program and save the dates.

This year's awards celebrated research focused on improving efficiency of air travel, developing higher-resolution models of climate change, and understanding the transport of chemicals across biological membranes.

Multidisciplinary research led by the HLRS Department of Philosophy will develop perspectives for assessing the trustworthiness of computational science and limiting the spread of misinformation.

Using machine learning, virtual reality, and urban emotion tracking, researchers will test methods for creating "living labs" at complex urban locations.

The Blue Angel recognizes adherence to ecological standards and is recognized as a credible guide for selecting environmentally friendly products and services.

By developing a repository for sharing and accessing research data, and standards for catalysis-related data management, HLRS will create a basis for interdisciplinary computational research in chemistry and chemical engineering.

High-performance computing resources at HLRS help bioengineers to predict how laboratory results can be transferred to industrial conditions without loss of performance.