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Vortrag: Das Weltklima im Hochleistungsrechner
Wie das Weltklima in bzw. aus dem Hochleistungsrechner kommt, berichtet Michael Böttinger vom Deutsche Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) auf der Hamburger Klimawoche am 15. September 2015 um 18 Uhr im Plenarsaal der Handelskammer Hamburg.
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DKRZ@ISC'15
DKRZ presents on its ISC'15 High Performance booth no. 550 its new high performance computer HLRE-3 (Hochleistungsrechnersystem für die Erdsystemforschung 3) consisting of the PetaFLOPS-System "Mistral" by Bull/Atos and a hierarchical storage management system (HSM) based on HPSS by IBM. During the ISC’15 the latest Top500 List of the most powerful high performance computer systems is released. The first configuration level of Mistral at DKRZ is on rank 56 of the list. In Germany it is the sixth-largest HPC system.
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New Supercomputer at the German Climate Computing Center is now operational
Hamburg, 13th July 2015 - Bull, the Atos brand for its technology products and software, today announced that it has completed the first installation phase of the new supercomputer “Mistral” at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ), based on Intel® Xeon® E5-2680 v3 processors. By 2016, when the supercomputer will operate at full capacity, it will provide 50 petabytes of storage - enough to store more than 10 million feature films - and perform three quadrillion calculations per second, making it one of the most powerful and at the same time energy efficient supercomputers worldwide used only for climate simulations.
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DKK publishes “Prospects for climate research"
On June 10th, 2015, the German Climate Consortium (Deutsches Klimakonsortium, DKK) published a position paper on "Prospects for climate research 2015 to 2025".
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The world’s largest archive for climate simulation data is located in Hamburg
Hamburg, May, 8th, 2015: DKRZ supported by IBM manages up to 500 Petabyte of climate data
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DKRZ as a research partner of the German pavilion at EXPO 2015
DKRZ is a research partner of the “ARGE Deutscher Pavillon” at the EXPO exhibition 2015 in Milan. A "research container" inside of the German pavilion shows how DKRZ enables climate research.
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Die Rolle des DKRZ in der Klimaforschung
Hochleistungsrechner werden immer schneller. Stimmt das so? Nein, sie werden immer komplexer - immer mehr parallele Recheneinheiten müssen gleichzeitig eingesetzt werden, um den Bedarf der Klimawissenschaftler an wachsender Rechenleistung zu decken. Wie das Deutsche Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) Klimaforscher in ihrer Arbeit unterstützt, berichtet Prof. Thomas Ludwig, Geschäftsführer des DKRZ, in einem Interview.
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Computer time for the new DKRZ supercomputer "Mistral"
General user access for the new DKRZ supercomputer "Mistral" is planned to be available in July.
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Preview: Girls'Day at DKRZ
On April, 23rd , 2015 - the official Girls’Day - DKRZ welcomes two groups of 10 to 16 years old, female future scientists, who wants to get to know everything about the profession as a climate researcher.
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EUDAT2020 - Unified Access to European Research Data
The project partners of EUDAT 2020, a project recently funded with 19 million Euros within the EU's Horizon2020 program, held a kick-off meeting in Helsinki from March 24th to March 26th, 2015. EUDAT 2020, started on March 1st, 2015, is a follow-up project to the FP7 project EUDAT, which initially started on October 1st, 2011.
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