• HPC Access

  • PRACE 2016 Digest Special Edition on Industry is out (Announcements Media News SHAPE-Related News)

    This year’s Digest offers the reader an interesting variety of industrial PRACE supported projects and their results. In the Editorial Anders Rhod Gregersen, Chief Specialist at Vestas Wind Systems A/S (Denmark) and Chair of the PRACE Industrial Advisory Committee highlighted the importance for European companies to have access to PRACE infrastructure. The PRACE SHAPE programme offers European SME’s the resources of PRACE High Performance Computing to increase their competitiveness. This is the second time the PRACE Digest focus on Industry.

     


  • Featured ImagePRACE Call 14 now open – More Systems, More Power, More Hours (Announcements News PRACE Call Announcements Press Releases Project Access Calls)

    PRACE Call 14 now open – More Systems, More Power, More Hours

    PRACE Call 14 is open under the new framework of the PRACE 2 programme. PRACE welcomes CSCS (Switzerland) as the 5th PRACE hosting partner making available their system Piz Daint, and the new MareNostrum4 system provided by BSC (Spain). These two Tier-0 systems contribute compute core hours to Call 14 as well as the ones provided by France (GENCI), Germany (GCS) and Italy (CINECA). In total PRACE can offer more than 2000 million compute core hours which is 3 times more than in previous calls and now offers a cumulated peak performance of more than 50 Petaflops.


  • Featured ImagePRACE Launches Fourth Call for Applications Under SHAPE (News Press Releases SHAPE SHAPE 4th Call)

    The Fourth Call is Open from 22 June to 9 September 2016  PRACE Rsearch Infrastructure.SHAPE (SME HPC Adoption Programme in Europe) is a pan-European programme supported by PRACE. The Programme aims to raise awareness and provide European SMEs with the expertise necessary to take advantage of the innovation possibilities created by High-Performance Computing (HPC), thus […]


  • The death of galaxies (Success stories)

    When a galaxy stops forming stars, the remaining stars will slowly fade away and the galaxy will “die”. But what causes this to happen? Orianne Roos has been simulating primeval star-forming galaxies to try and understand how winds from stars and supermassive black holes can couple to affect the gas content of the galaxy and its ability […]


  • Featured ImageA better management of cerebrovascular accidents (Media News Success stories)

    Cerebrovascular accidents (CVA) are caused by a perturbation in the blood supply of the brain leading to a quick loss of cerebral functions, that is very often lethal. There are two categories of CVA: ischemic CVA (80% cases) resulting from the occlusion of a cerebral artery and haemorrhagic CVA (20% cases) provoked by a bleeding vessel. This interesting project led by Frédéric Nataf, senior researcher at CNRS and INRIA, and his team used amongst others the resources from GENCI and PRACE. Please read all the details about this exciting research work under: GENCI


  • La Maison de la Simulation provided support to scientific projects granted by PRACE (Media News Success stories)

    In the context of the French involvement in the PRACE European Research Infrastructure, led by GENCI, la Maison de la Simulation (MdlS) has helped optimise several simulation codes used by projects awarded by PRACE on the French Tier0 supercomputer Curie. Thus, between 2013 and 2015, 8 projects in various scientific fields (sciences of the Universe, materials, biology, geophysics, mathematics and computing science, chemistry and climatology) have benefited from its expertise. This work was coordinated and supervised by Julien Dérouillat, engineer at MdlS. Please read more details under: GENCI


  • Featured ImageNucleon Structure Using Lattice QCD Simulation with Physical Pion Mass (Success stories)

    The goal of this project is to understand the properties of elementary particles such as the proton, which forms most of the ordinary matter around us. The fundamental theory that determines the mass and structure of such particles is the strong interaction, one of the four forces known to us, the others being electromagnetism, the weak interaction, and gravity.