• PRACE Annual Report 2015

    The PRACE Annual Report 2015 is the fourth issue of a series that is a yearly highlight in the work of the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe.


  • Featured Image Winner of the 1st PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC

    Dr Zoe Cournia, a Computational Chemist, Investigator – Assistant Professor at the Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens (BRFAA), Greece has been selected as the recipient of the 1st PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC.


  • Featured Image HPC Consultant at Cambridge University

    University of Cambridge and  Research & Institutional Services (RIS) offer one open job position for HPC Consultant (Fixed-term). Research & Institutional Services (RIS) is part of the central University Information Service (UIS) within the University of Cambridge. It provides Research Computing and Data Services to the entire University and its affiliated institutions. The Research Software Engineering […]


  • Featured Image The BSC Supercomputing Center announces job offers

    The BSC-CNS (Barcelona Supercomputing Center – Centro Nacional de Supercomputación) is the National Supercomputing Facility in Spain and manages MareNostrum, one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe. The mission of BSC-CNS is to investigate, develop and manage information technology in order to facilitate scientific progress. With this aim, special dedication has been taken to […]


  • Featured Image Call to Answer Survey for HiPEAC Roadmap

    HiPEAC, the European Network on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation, has started creating its bi-annual roadmap. The current version can be found at hipeac.net/vision . As part of the roadmap creation process, they are interested in visions on the future of computing in Europe. There are only few short questions. The survey can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/hipeacvision2025


  • Featured Image Nucleon Structure Using Lattice QCD Simulation with Physical Pion Mass

    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.


  • Featured Image GASPI Tutorial in Stockholm

    Monday April 25th 2016 GASPI is successfully used in academic and industrial simulation applications. Hands-on sessions (in C and Fortran) will allow users to immediately test and understand the basic constructs of GASPI. This course provides scientific training in Computational Science, and in addition, the scientific exchange of the participants among themselves. The tutorial is free of charge.


  • Featured Image A postdoc position at Meteo-France

    The position will be funded by the ESCAPE project. ESCAPE (Energy-efficient Scalable Algorithms for Weather Prediction at Exascale) is a European project designed to develop world-class, extreme-scale computing capabilities for European operational numerical weather prediction (NWP) and future climate models. The biggest challenge for state-of-the-art NWP arises from the need to simulate complex physical phenomena within tight production schedules. Existing […]


  • Featured Image Registration Open for PDC Summer School at KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    Are you interested in using one of Europe’s faster supercomputers (and getting university credit points for doing so)?  Would you like to learn how to write programs for parallel supercomputers, such as a Cray or a cluster of Graphics Processing Units? Do you need to optimize already- existing scientific program code for high- performance computing? […]