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HPC resources and expertise in and for Germany.

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Number of millions of operations that are performed by our compute clusters each second.

HPC-OM

HPC-OpenModelica for Multiscale Simulations of Technical Systems and Applications for the Development of Energy-Efficient Working Machinery (HPC-OM).

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Core Areas

What is HPC?

HPC is all about modern, innovative IT infrastructures for complex and parallel simulations as well as for analysis and processing of large volumes of data.

Hardware

Hardware is the technical basis for digital analysis, computation and visualisation of data. Examples are processors, memory and networks.

Software

HPC Innovation

Software supports scientists as well as companies to model and solve complex tasks and problems in a variety of areas.

Business

Beratung

The Gauß-Allianz offers support and solutions for performant, scalable and parallel software and hardware especially for small and medium entreprises.

HPC-driven innovation

Many everyday problems in science and technology need the power of high performance computing to develop innovative solutions and discover new insights.

 
 

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Local | Resources | Expertise

Who? What? Where?

The HPC-resources in Germany differ with regard to performance, equipment and focus. Find suitable resources for your HPC projects here.

The Gauß-Allianz

The Gauß-Allianz supports the science community in Germany by creating the requirements for sustainable and efficient use of best-in-class supercomputing resources.

HPC Centers in Germany

Our members are located all over Germany. This map provides a quick overview over the HPC centres close to you and in all of Germany.

Members

Networks

Nationale Grid Initiative für Deutschland

Logo NGI-DE

NGI-DE is the National Grid Initiative for Germany. It is part of the European Grid Initiative (EGI) and is being maintained by Gauß-Allianz e.V..

Norddeutscher Verbund für Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnen

Die sieben Bundesländer Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen und Schleswig-Holstein sind im Norddeutschen Verbund zur Förderung des Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnens (HLRN) zusammengeschlossen.

Zentren für Kommunikation und Informationsverarbeitung e.V.

Der ZKI-Arbeitskreis Supercomputing bietet ein Forum für den Erfahrungsaustausch für alle, die sich für die Beschaffung und den Betrieb, als auch für die Nutzung von Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnern oder Rechnerclustern in der Wissenschaft interessieren.

 
 

Projects

Current projects

Effizienz und Zuverlässigkeit - Selbstorganisation in HPC-Systemen
BMBF
35%
23 months remaining
Enabling Performance Engineering in Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate- A Cooperation of the Rhine-Main-Universities and the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
DFG
Mit EPE werden die in Rheinland-Pfalz und Hessen bestehenden Kompetenznetzwerke ausgebaut und die wissenschaftliche HPC-Expertise der Projektbeteiligten an die Nutzerinnen und Nutzer der Hochleistungsrechner weitergegeben. Ziel ist die Verbesserung der...
35%
23 months remaining
Leistungsbewusstes Hochleistungsrechnen
DFG
Im Kooperationsprojekt der Hamburger Rechenzentren werden Services etabliert und Forschungen durchgeführt um das Performance Engineering zu fördern.
35%
23 months remaining
Task-basierte Lastverteilung und Auto-Tuning in der Partikelsimulation
BMBF
The main goal of TaLPas is to provide a solution to fast (i.e., auto-tuning-based and node-level optimized) and robust simulation of many, potentially dependent particle systems in a distributed environment.
35%
23 months remaining
Eigenwert-Löser für PetaFlop-Anwendungen: Algorithmische Erweiterungen und Optimierungen
BMBF
66%
12 months remaining
Portable HPC Toolbox for simulating and inverting wavefields
BMBF
The aim of this project is the development of a HPC Toolbox for simulating and inverting acoustic and elastic waves. By implementing the Library for Accelerated Math Applications (LAMA) the Toolbox can be ported and optimized for multiple computer architectures.
66%
12 months remaining
Software Parallele Programming
 
 

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Glossary

The variety of terms and ideas in the area of HPC can be overwhelming. We created a collection of topics and terms from the various areas inside of the HPC environment.

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