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ISC High Performance 2020

Event note: The HPC Event ‘ISC High Performance 2020’ will take place from June 21 - 25 in Frankfurt at the Messe Frankfurt. Some important deadlines end in mid-February.

https://www.isc-hpc.com/

There is Travel Grant Program in place which is open to early career researchers and students who have never been to the conference and wish to be a part of it this year.

Further information: https://www.isc-hpc.com/press-releases/the-isc-travel-grant-and-student-volunteer-program-apply-soon.html


German scientist is awarded with the PRACE Ada Lovelace Award from the 'Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE)'

Dr. Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Geophysics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich (LMU) is the winner of the 2020 PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC for her outstanding contributions to and impact on HPC in Europe.  

http://www.prace-ri.eu/2020-prace-ada-lovelace-award-for-hpc/

https://twitter.com/PRACE_RI/status/1214558358356688901


International HPC Summer School 2020

The eleventh "International HPC Summer School on Computational Sciences HPC Challenges" (IHPCSS) will take place in Toronto, Canada from July 12-17, 2020’. Applications can be submitted on the page of the ‚International HPC Summer School‘ from the end of November.

Further information: http://www.ihpcss.org/ or https://gauss-allianz.de/de/info_letter/76/article/InternationalHPCSummerSchoo2020


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.

Further information can be found in the press release.

http://ukoeln.de/BWGJG


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