• Featured Image Three Open Positions at High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS)

    The High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) is the first national supercomputing center in Germany. It offers services and support in the area of High Performance Computing to users from academia, research and industry. Additionally HLRS is one of the world leading institutions in the research fields of Supercomputing, Grid and Cloud Computing, and a member in the Cluster […]

  • Featured Image Materials With a Surprising Plasticity

    They appeared to be brothers but they are only cousins… Even if they have very close electronic structures, titanium and zirconium deform differently contrary to what was acknowledged until now. It is the result achieved by a French research team (CEA/CNRS/Université de Lyon) who benefited in particular from an allocation of 12 million core hours granted […]

  • Featured Image HPC Consultant Post at University of Cambridge

    The High Performance Computing Service (HPCS), part of the central University Information Service (UIS) within the University of Cambridge, is seeking an HPC Consultant with the opportunity to engage in a variety of exciting projects in the High Performance Computing and Big Data fields. In particular one of the main projects where the role-holder will actively contribute […]

  • Projects

    Results of the 11th Call for Proposals for Project Access.

  • PRACE Preparatory Access – 21st cut-off evaluation in June 2015

    Find below the results of the 21st cut-off evaluation of June 2015 for the PRACE Preparatory Access. Projects from the following research areas: Type A (6) Type B (5) Type C (1)   Type A: Code scalability testing , Type B: Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support) , Type C: Code development […]

  • The virtual laboratory

    Supercomputers can be used to simulate materials at vastly diverse scales, from the flow of air past an aeroplane’s wing down to the movement of electrons around individual atoms. Different length and time scale domains provide different levels of information, but little is currently known about how these levels of information are connected. Professor Peter […]