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.

A new training module designed for industry professionals will address key issues regarding the stewardship of large data sets and analysis methods for machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence.

Interviews with experts on high-performance computing (HPC) provide perspectives on how industry is using supercomputing in technology research and development.

The Fundación Épica La Fura dels Baus and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra join a growing network that the MSC is building to promote innovation at the intersection of the arts, science, and technology.

Building on the successes of the Fortissimo project, FF4EuroHPC will promote innovation using high-performance computing in small and medium-sized enterprises across Europe.