• Featured Image Scientific Software Developer

    The Data Management and Software Centre (DMSC) in Copenhagen, part of the ESS Science Directorate at the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden, invites applications for two Scientific Software Developer positions. The role as software developer for the instrument data group is to:Coordinate the development of software frameworks for experiment control and data reduction […]


  • Featured Image Group Leader Data Systems

    Group Leader for the Data Systems and Technologies Group The Science Directorate at the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden, invites applications for a Group Leader position for the Data Systems and Technologies Group of the Data Management and Software Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. The role of the Data Systems and Technologies Group (DSTG) […]


  • Featured Image HPC Systems Administrator

    The Science Directorate at the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden, invites applications for a HPC System Administrator position at the Data Management and Software Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. The HPC Systems Administrator will work as part of a team that currently administers the cluster, parallel file system, virtualization servers and software development servers […]


  • Featured Image PRACE SHAPE and Albatern: producing power from waves

    Albatern’s wave power generation product consists of buoyant Squid modules which have three arms and are capable of linking with up-to three other Squids. The Squid modules and their link-arms contain mechanisms to generate power, capturing the heave and surge motion of the waves via hydraulics. In this way, Albatern an innovative Scottish SME of 15 engineers has developed a highly scalable, modular wave power generator. Albatern’s project supported by PRACE SHAPE marked the start of the development of a physics code capable of simulating and predicting the power of a large scale Wavenet array (100 or more devices).


  • Featured Image 2014 Annual HPCwire Readers Choice Awards: PRACE and partners awarded!

    Each year the HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards are determined by HPCwire’s readers across the HPC community, to recognize the most outstanding individuals and organizations in the industry.  This year, PRACE and partners were awarded these prestigious and highly anticipated awards in two categories.


  • Featured Image Senior Scientist in HPC

    The Department of Computer Sciences of the University of Salzburg invites applications for the position of Senior Scientist in the area of high performance computing. It is a permanent full-time position starting in March 2015. Areas of responsibility: Scientific support of the Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC), research in the area of high performance […]


  • PRACE SHAPE and NEXIO SIMULATION: Amping up electromagnetic modelling

    NEXIO SIMULATION is a French SME and subsidiary of Nexio Group, develops electromagnetic simulation software called CAPITOLE-EM to study the electromagnetic behaviour of any product during the design process, before the manufacturing phase. After a first step performed locally in France using the HPC-PME initiative, their PRACE SHAPE Project has allowed them by accessing to HPC resources and expertise in HPC and numerical simulation to jump from a personal computer version of this software to an HPC version.


  • Featured Image PRACE Launches Second Call for Applications under SHAPE

    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 increasing their competitiveness. The programme allows SMEs to benefit from the expertise and knowledge developed within the top-class PRACE Research Infrastructure.


  • Featured Image Working with PRACE: an insider’s perspective

    Professor Stephan Roche of the Catalan Institute of Technology in Spain is currently working on his project Longitudinal and Transverse Electronic Transport in Atomically Doped Graphene from First Principles, for which he has received 22 million core hours from PRACE. He is one of the early adopters of HPC in the Graphene Flagship initiative. Here, we speak to him about his experience of working with PRACE.


  • Featured Image Administrative Assistant

    The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe – PRACE AISBL is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant to join its Brussels secretariat.