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30. Sep 2020

ESiWACE2 Services calls for 2021 are now open!

After a year of successful collaborations in accelerating atmospheric and sea ice-ocean modeling, we look forward to another year of working together with weather and climate modeling scientists in Europe!

15. Jun 2020

Virtual 6th ENES HPC Workshop and ESiWACE2 annual meeting

From 25 to 29 May, 2020, DKRZ hosted the 6th HPC workshop of the European Network for Earth System Modelling (ENES) as a virtual event within the framework of ESiWACE2. On May, 27, the workshop was suspended for the equally virtual ESiWACE2 annual meeting.

29. Sep 2018

ESiWACE2 selected for Funding

ESiWACE2 has been selected by the European Commission for funding and has entered the grant preparation phase. We look forward to the new project and keep you posted!

29. Sep 2018

ESiWACE Newsletter 09/2018

Check out the ESiWACE newsletter 09/2018! It has been synchronised with the latest newsletter of the ENES HPC task force.

2. Aug 2018

ICT 2018

ICT 2018 will take place in Vienna on 4-6 December 2018. This research and innovation event will focus on the European Union’s priorities in the digital transformation of society and industry. It will present an opportunity for the people involved in this transformation to share their experience and vision of Europe in the digital age. ESiWACE will have a booth at ICT 2018.

28. Dec 2017

ESiWACE Newsletter 12/2017

From now, ESiWACE provides newsletters that describe latest actions in the project. Check out the first newsletter (including a recap of the project)!

29. Sep 2017

EC invests 1billion Euros in supercomputing

The European Commission has launched the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, which will pool resources from 25 European countries, build supercomputing and data infrastructure, and support research and innovation in the field involving scientists, businesses and industry.

22. Sep 2017

French minister of science visits university of Hamburg

On 1st September 2017, the French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Prof. Frédérique Vidal, visited the University of Hamburg. Her special interest was in the field of climate research. Previously, Vidal and her German colleague, Johanna Wanka, have agreed in Paris to work more closely on central future issues with a special focus on international climate and energy research.