Grundlagenorientierte Forschung für HPC-Software im Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnen - 5. HPC-Call

Duration January 2017 to March 2020
Number of projects 10
Website https://www.bmbf.de/foerderungen/bekanntmachung.php?B=1105
Funding programme IKT 2020 - Forschung für Innovationen
Call 5. HPC-Call
Topic Grundlagenorientierte Forschung für HPC-Software im Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnen
Funding volume 12.523.653 €
Eine taskbasierte Programmierumgebung zur Entwicklung reaktiver HPC-Anwendungen
BMBF
57%
15 months remaining
Effizienz und Zuverlässigkeit - Selbstorganisation in HPC-Systemen
BMBF
65%
12 months remaining
Domain-specific programming and target-aware compiler infrastructure for algorithms on unstructured grids
BMBF
The goal of HighPerMeshes is to develop a practically usable domain-specific framework for the efficient, parallel and scaling implementation of iterative algorithms on unstructured grids.
57%
15 months remaining
Software Parallele Programming
Hardware- und Leistungsorientierte Codegenerierung für Informatik und Ingenieurwesen
BMBF
65%
12 months remaining
Automatisierte Partitionierung für heterogene Systeme durch Code-Analyse und -Transformation
BMBF
65%
12 months remaining
Metaprogramming for heterogeneous distributed systems
BMBF
The aim of the project is to achieve the performance of modern HPC systems easily for the application programmer and to achieve high performance on all current high-performance computers without changing the source code.
62%
13 months remaining
Metaprogrammierung für Beschleunigerarchitekturen
BMBF
Metacca is a research project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) through a directive for funding for “basic research for HPC software in high-performance computing”. The goal of Metacca is to extend the...
65%
12 months remaining
Entwicklung eines task-basierten Programmiermodells mit entsprechender Ausführungsumgebung
BMBF
65%
12 months remaining
Self-Adaption of Time-Step-based Simulation Techniques on Heterogeneous HPC Systems
BMBF
The research project SeASiTe has the purpose to thoroughly investigate self-adaptation of time-step-based simulation codes on heterogeneous HPC systems. The goal is the design and provision of a software toolset with which the application programmer can...
65%
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.
65%
12 months remaining