The HLRS staff comprises experts in a wide range of topics related to the state of the art and the future of high-performance computing. If you are a journalist with questions related to the latest HPC technologies or scientific and industrial applications of supercomputing, simulation, big data, visualization, artificial intelligence, or a related field, we may be able to help. Our communications team is also happy to assist you with any questions about HLRS and its activities.

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Fortissimo Plus (FFplus) Will Foster Innovation in Industry with HPC and AI

"Science Goes Society" Symposium Spotlights Climate Change Challenges in Municipalities

TRUMPF Launches New Cooperation with the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart

University of Stuttgart and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Build Exascale Supercomputer

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HLRS provides state-of-the-art HPC solutions to academic users and industry, and conducts research to address key problems facing the future of supercomputing. Learn more about our key activities.

An Introduction to HLRS

Start here to find key facts about HLRS's profile, as well as an overview of many of our key activities.

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Latest News

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Annual Report

Released each spring, this publication highlights key recent activities and accomplishments, and contains our latest published facts and figures.

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