HLRS will help develop new software for quantum computers and investigate ways to integrate them with conventional systems for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence.

The course was the first of its kind in Europe focusing on AMD's ROCm software environment.

Improving the accuracy of large-eddy simulations could lead to more accessible methods for improving wind turbine efficiency or making aircraft more environmentally friendly.

New opportunities and current challenges in supercomputing were the focus of this virtual gathering of HPC users from industry.

The addition of HPE Apollo systems with NVIDIA graphic processing units (GPUs) to HLRS's flagship supercomputer will enhance the center's capacity for deep learning applications and enable new kinds of hybrid computing workflows...

ORCHESTRA will develop a data repository constituting a large population cohort based on cohorts from multiple countries. The result will support studies to improve public health and vaccine strategies for tackling COVID-19.

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.