PROCESS: Towards Exascale Data Processing

PROCESS is an EU project that provides useful open source software for supercomputing and promotes collaboration between data centres. The software makes applications and tools interchangeable, portable and compatible with almost all HPC systems.

LIKWID: Performance Insight from Desktop to Supercomputer

Tens of thousands of compute cores, thousands of nodes, and intricate system architectures: Supercomputers are a challenge to program and run efficiently. Application developers, users, and system administrators need tools … Read more

MaiMUC: Supercomputing XXS

Maypoles have a long tradition in Bavaria – in many villages they are set up on the market square on 1 May or at Whitsun with brass music and dance. … Read more

HPAI: Intersecting HPC and AI

As everywhere in research, scientists at CERN, the largest nuclear research centre in Europe, are investigating the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to identify particles generated … Read more

Bavarian Super Students: SC19 FAU Cluster Team

At this year’s Supercomputing conference (SC19), the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) will once again sponsor some of Germany’s brightest collegiate minds, supporting a national student team participating in the prestigious … Read more

DCDB: Data Center Monitoring for Energy-efficient HPC

Flagship high-performance computing (HPC) systems—such as the SuperMUC at the Leibniz-Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) in Garching near Munich and its successor, SuperMUC-NG, which is almost an order of magnitude faster— consume … Read more

Astrophysics Visualization Record Breaker

Blue clouds and green clumps embodying gas structures, or a silver-orange mixture representing magnetic fields: these stunning images illustrate the course of interstellar turbulence. For the first time, a team … Read more