On the 3rd of November 2022 14:00-17:00, our fifth annual PC² User Meeting will take place. The meeting will be held in a hybrid fashion. We cordially invite all interested people to join the event in person in room P1.4.17 on our campus. Additionally, we will provide online access for those who cannot personally come to Paderborn.
A team led by scientists Prof. Thomas D. Kühne and Prof. Christian Plessl at Paderborn University has broken the exascale barrier for mixed-precision computation for a computational science application and has achieved 1.1 EFLOP/s application-level performance in the quantum chemistry application CP2K on the NERSC Perlmutter system.
140,000 processor cores, high-tech of the very latest generation and yet as compact as a squash court: On Friday, April 29, Paderborn University officially inaugurated its new high-performance computing center and the "Noctua 2" supercomputer.
On April 29, 2022, we would like to celebrate the inauguration of our high-performance data center and the commissioning of the Noctua 2 high-performance computer with you. The ceremony begins at 2:00 p.m. in lecture hall O1 in building O of the University of Paderborn and ends with a reception and the opportunity to tour the data center.
As a speaker for our keynote speech "High Performance Computing: Engine for Innovation or Waste of Energy?"…
Vom 28. bis 29. April 2022 findet am Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC2) der Universität Paderborn die Frühjahrstagung 2022 des ZKI Arbeitskreises Supercomputing statt. Die Teilnehmer erwarten interessante Fachvorträge und Arbeitskreise zum aktuellen Stand und zur Weiterentwicklung des Hochleistungsrechnens in Deutschland.
Under the title "The Strong Scaling Advantage of FPGAs in HPC for N-Body Simulations", our recent results on the scalability of N-Body simulations have been published in the ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS) and are available as open access article. The work will be presented and discussed at the International Conference of Field-Programmable Technology FPT'21 in a virtual format in the night from 9 to 10 December…
The Bau- und Liegenschaftsbetrieb Nordrhein-Westfalen (BLB NRW) has completed and handed over the new high-performance computing center for Paderborn University. Now the installation of the second stage of the supercomputer Noctua, one of the fastest computers in Germany, can be started by the university.