User Research

High-performance computing has become essential for advanced research across the basic sciences and engineering, making it possible to study extremely complex problems that would be impossible to investigate in any other way. Learn how scientists are using HLRS's computing resources for discovery and to develop new technologies.

The Δ Resonance in Elastic Nucleon-Pion Scattering

Bringing MD Simulations and Experiments Together

Simulations of Anisotropic Crystal Growth and Interaction with Flow Field

KIT Researchers Use Hawk to Capture Dynamic Changes in Sintering Processes

Hawk Supercomputer Helps Physicists Address the Sign Problem

Modelling the Near-Earth Space in Six Dimensions

Flow Control using Convergent-Divergent Riblets, a Type of Bio-Inspired Micro-Scale Surface Patterns

Defect Engineering in Two-Dimensional Materials: Insight from Atomistic Simulations

Finite-Size Particle Dynamics and Scalar Transport in Turbulent Open Channel Flow Over a Mobile Sediment Bed

Defect Engineering in Two-Dimensional Materials: Insight From Atomistic Simulations

MALEDRAG - Machine Learning Optimization for Drag Reduction in a Turbulent Boundary Layer

CARo – Computational Aeroacoustics of Rotors