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Efficient Computation of Inverse Matrix Roots

| Our article "A General Algorithm to Calculate the Inverse Principal p-th Root of Symmetric Positive Definite Matrices has been accepted for publication in the Communications in Computational Physics (CICP). This article is a joint work by the...

Paderborn University becomes a full member of the Gauß-Allianz

| The Gauß-Allianz member status of the Paderborn University is raised from associated member to full member. With this, PC² enters the top 10 of German HPC computer centres.

Research and service report 2014/16

| The latest edition of the PC² research and service report is available for download now.

Intel awards Paderborn University a cluster fueled by Xeon processors and Intel Arria 10 FPGAs

| The Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC²) has been selected by Intel to host a computer cluster that uses Intel’s Xeon processor with its Arria 10 FPGA software development platform.

Launch of the HighPerMeshes Project

| Recently, a network of several German institutions from science and industry started the HPC project HighPerMeshes to tackle challenges associated with the efficient implementation of algorithms working on unstructured grids on heterogeneous...

Decision of the Joint Science Conference (Gemeinsame Wissenschaftskonferenz, GWK) for a high-performance computer at Paderborn University

| Following the recommendation by the German Council for Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat), the Joint Science Conference (Gemeinsame Wissenschaftskonferenz, GWK) has decided on June 23 to approve funding for a new high-performance computer at...

Meet us at ISC 2017

| We are participating at ISC 2017 in Frankfurt, which is the largest European conference and trade show on High-Performance Computing. You can meet us on Wednesday in the exhibition hall at the HiPEAC booth (A-1430) from 10:00-13:30 and at the...

Hardware Accelerated Cold-Boot Attacks (Open Source Hardware and Software Release)

| The protection of computer systems and the information they store have gained massive importance in our modern society. Over the last years, we have worked in the area of hardware accelerated cryptographic attacks. In particular, we have studied how...

The German Council for Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) recommends funding for a high-performance computer at Paderborn University: 25m€ for Noctua and a new computing center – ensuring sustained development of computational sciences

| The German Council for Science and Humanities has issued a funding recommendation with the highest ranking for the proposal of Paderborn University for a new high-performance computer.

Simulations at PC² explain ultrafast phase transition - published in Nature

| Wires just four atoms wide that change from being insulators to electrical conductors when struck by a laser pulse have been studied by researchers from Paderborn and Duisburg. The team has shown that the phase transition can occur as fast as quantum...

Appointment of new PC² advisory board

| On recommendation by the PC² management board, the executive board of Paderborn University has appointed new advisory board members.

Presentation of upcoming project group CustoNN

| On Monday we presented our plans for the upcoming project group CustoNN, open for Master students in Computer Science and Computer Engineering.

Website relaunched and new logo

| PC² has launched a redesigned web presence and logo.

Prof. Christian Plessl is the new chairman of the PC2

| Prof. Christian Plessl appointed as chairmen of the PC² management board

European researchers simplify optimal software execution on complex electronics

| Prof. Plessl's research group has participated in the European FP7 research project SAVE, which has been completed successfully this week.

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