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  • Featured Image PRACE Newsletter 13

    • DNS of Boundary Layer Transition in Channel Flows
    • Thinking Ahead – Long-Term Research Plans
    • HPC Applications in research into Dementia
    • Announcements
    • Events
    • Training
    • Outreach
    • Juan Yacht Design & PRACE SHAPE Build faster Boats

  • Featured Image RIST and PRACE Conclude MoU on Information Exchange Concerning Promotion of Shared Use of Supercomputers

    On 30 October 2014, the Research Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST) (President: Masahiro Seki) and the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) (Managing Director: Sergi Girona) sign the memorandum of understanding (hereinafter called MOU) on information exchange concerning promotion of shared use of supercomputers. This helps for RIST and PRACE to perform their projects on promotion of shared use of supercomputers more effectively and efficiently.

  • Featured Image Peer-Review Officers

    The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe – PRACE AISBL is looking to hire 2 Peer-review Officers to join its Brussels secretariat.

  • Featured Image PRACE supports HPC for Health

    PRACE supports excellent science in health and health-related research, such as bio-chemistry and similar fields. On 1 and 2 October 2014, Sanzio Bassini, Chair of the PRACE Council, presented the support of PRACE for HPC in Health Research.

  • Survey of Computing Platforms for Engineering Simulation

    How many firms are using Cloud Computing? Is the use of High Performance Technical Computing in engineering simulation set to grow in the next 5 years? Will Tablet PCs be powerful enough to run my application? What do my competitors, customers and suppliers think?

  • PRACE SHAPE and OPTIMA Pharma: for cleaner clean rooms

    OPTIMA pharma GmbH, the pharma division of OPTIMA packaging group GmbH, produces and develops filling and packaging machines for pharmaceutical products – sterile and non-sterile liquids – and pharmaceutical freeze drying systems as well as isolator (clean room) and containment technology. Their project supported by SHAPE simulated the airflow in clean rooms to make them even cleaner.