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HPC.NRW at ISC 2024

HPC.NRW also presented at the ISC High Performance Conference in 2024.

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User survey 2024 (closed)

May: The new user survey 2024 is open and will run until mid-June 2024. The answers will help us to monitor new developments in the field of scientific computing and improve our support services! To the survey

CLAIX-2023: New Supercomputer at the RWTH

The RWTH Aachen University is delighted that the full installation of the new Aix-la-Chapelle (CLAIX) cluster will soon be completed! Under the label CLAIX-2023, the new high-performance computer not only offers powerful Intel Xeon 8468 Sapphire Rapids CPUs with a total of 96 cores per computing node for a significant increase in performance.

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Efficient Neural Network Inference on FPGAs

April: Efficient Neural Network Inference on FPGAs. More information

RDM Seminar

February: RDM seminar. More information

AI consultation hour

January: HPC.NRW is now taking part in the weekly AI consultation hour. More information



Introduction to Julia for High Performance Computing

December: From December 5 to 7, 2023, a three-day course on the Julia programming language as a modern approach to high-performance computing took place at the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing. More information

HPC.NRW at deRSE23

HPC.NRW was represented at this year's deRSE23 conference for research software engineering. We gave a lecture that, among other things, adressed the discrepancy between the curriculum and the demands of the academic HPC landscape.

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User survey 2022

December: High-performance computing (HPC) is seen as an elementary component of research and development. It is therefore important that sufficient resources are available for the relevant user groups and that the use of these resources is optimally supported by the technical side. More information

HPC.NRW at the ISC

May: HPC.NRW was again represented at ISC High Performance 2023.

HPC-Admintag and HPC.NRW Meeting

February: The HPC Admin Day, established at the end of 2017, was held again in combination with the HPC.NRW meeting. More information


New Supercomputer "Noctua2"

April: Paderborn University gets a new supercomputer. “Noctua2”, the project name of the second expansion stage of the “Noctua” installed in 2018, is being built by Atos and is due to be installed at the end of the year. The computer, with a total financing volume of more than 14 million euros, will be the first system to move into the new HPC data center of the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC2). More information

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