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Courses offered through the Gauß-Allianz: HPC code optimisation workshop

Online PRACE training course

02. November 2021 – 04. November 2021, 9:00-17:00 
Leibniz Supercomputing Center 85748 Garching
Learn techniques, methods and solutions on how to improve code, how to enable the new hardware features and how to use the roofline model to visualise the potential benefits of an optimisation process.
Further information: https://app1.edoobox.com/en/LRZ/Online%20Courses/Online%20Course.ed.638033
Registration: https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1268/registrations/931/ - Deadline 26. October 2021


Gauß-Allianz Newsletter

19. October 2021 - New Gauß-Allianz Newsletter October 2021 (No. 93) is online. 
Further information: https://gauss-allianz.de/en/info_letter/93


Reading matter

Exciting new white paper on the technology integration of Quantum Computing in High Performance Computing, on the website of the 'European Technology Platform for High Performance Computing' (ETP4HPC)
Link: https://www.etp4hpc.eu/white-papers.html#quantum


Handbook of European Projects

The 'European Technology Platform for High-Performance Computing' (ETP4HPC) provides an exciting overview and summary of the variety of ongoing High Performance Computing projects across Europe as a digital handbook: 
https://www.etp4hpc.eu/news/268-the-new-edition-of-our-handbook-of-european-h.html


Free online course ‘Supercomputing’

The free online introductory course on "Supercomputing" is still available on the e-learning portal "futurlearn.com". Basic questions such as: How is a supercomputer structured? How a supercomputer is used and what is the significance of the use of supercomputers for modern science? The course is in English.

All important information and registration can be found at: www.futurelearn.com/courses/supercomputing


> New high-performance computer at RRZK <

CHEOPS - the high-performance computer of the RRZK will soon receive a worthy successor. Photo: Dieter Both, Bull GmbH

On 5 July 2019, the Joint Science Conference (GWK) decided on the recommendation of the German Council of Science and Humanities (WR) to fund a new high-performance computer at the University of Cologne. CHEOPS 2 will - besides providing a powerful computing infrastructure - support research focused on the analysis of large amounts of data as well as the methodical improvement of simulation and visualization.

The 11.1 million euros will be used to expand CHEOPS 2 in two phases in the coming years. The required space is already available: The new high performance computer will be housed in the new server hall at the RRZK.

It will not only be available to the university's core profile areas, but also to a proportion of scientific users from all over Germany.


Contact
If you have any questions or problems, please contact the RRZK-Helpdesk