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7. Applied Mathematics Symposium Münster 2019

Münster, Germany, Nov. 11-13, 2019, 7th Applied Mathematics Symposium Münster
For exascale applications an increasing communication overhead and as well as local concurrency pose the major challenges to obtain a significant portion of the overall peak performance. This workshop discusses techniques to improve scalability of linear and non-linear solvers.
These approaches aim at increasing local costs and reducing global communication costs, which will contribute to better scalability.

Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing, Paderborn, October 17th - 18th, 2019
The conference promotes the formation of networks and the exchange of information between the various disciplines on the entire topic of high performance computing. The conference will focus on projects funded by the BMBF and the DFG.

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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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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.

Publications

Get an overview of publications of the Gauß-Allianz, the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat), etc. with a central significance for the national High Performance Computing (HPC) in Germany.

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Nationale Grid Initiative für Deutschland

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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

Leistungsbewusstes Hochleistungsrechnen
DFG
Im Kooperationsprojekt der Hamburger Rechenzentren werden Services etabliert und Forschungen durchgeführt um das Performance Engineering zu fördern.
94%
2 months remaining
Profiling Toolkit für High Performance Computing
DFG
Ein automatisiertes Profilingtoolkit soll das Bewusstsein für Performance-Probleme vergrößern und zur Optimierung von Anwendungen motivieren.
91%
3 months remaining
Entwicklung eines task-basierten Programmiermodells mit entsprechender Ausführungsumgebung
BMBF
94%
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ORKA-HPC - OpenMP für rekonfigurierbare heterogene Architekturen
BMBF
66%
12 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.
94%
2 months remaining
Eine taskbasierte Programmierumgebung zur Entwicklung reaktiver HPC-Anwendungen
BMBF
85%
5 months remaining
 
 

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