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20. Sep 2017

G20 partner programme at DKRZ

On July, 7th, Professor Thomas Ludwig, Director of the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ), and Professor Martin Claussen, Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M), welcomed the partners of the heads of state and government of the G20 summit on the premises of the Hotel Atlantic.

12. May 2017

EC Announcement: PRACE Summer of HPC 2017

Consisting of a training week and two months of placement in top High Performance Computing (HPC) centres across Europe, the programme offers participants the opportunity to learn and share more about PRACE and HPC.

12. May 2017

EC Announcement: HPC Summit Week 2017

The second edition of the European HPC Summit Week will focus on High Performance Computing (HPC) initiatives in Europe such as PRACE, EUDAT, EXDCI, ESIWACE and many more. The objective is to allow participants to find synergies among all stakeholders of the HPC ecosystem.

12. May 2017

Video on High-Performance and Exascale Computing in Europe

A video on HPC was released that highlights the current developments in the field of High-Performance Computing in Europe. Prepared by PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe), the video was presented during the Digital Day that took place in Rome on the 23rd of March 2017.

22. Mar 2017

EU ministers commit to digitising Europe with high-performance computing power

Ministers from seven European countries (France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain) have signed in Rome a declaration to support the next generation of computing and data infrastructures, a European project of the size of Airbus in the 1990s and of Galileo in the 2000s.

30. Mar 2016

Foresight Paper ENES

The infrastructure strategy of ENES: key conclusions and recommendations regarding: the need to access world-class computers, the need to further integrate the ENES community and to prepare the next generation of climate models for future massively parallel computers, the need to further develop the data infrastructure and its access for a larger range of users.