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HLRE-3 phase 2 heralded
The delivery of the first 10 compute racks visually marked the start of the installation of HLRE-3 "Mistral's" second phase. Mistral's computing power and storage capacity will be more than doubled by the extensions installed during the next months.
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Kick-off for PalMod: A national paleo climate modelling initiative
With the kick-off meeting on February 1./2. at the Hafencity University Hamburg, the PalMod project has started its ambitious goals to simulate a complete glacial cycle - from the last interglacial to the anthropocene. The PalMod project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Science (BMBF) to understand climate system dynamics and variability during the last glacial cycle.
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Senator for Science Fegebank visits KlimaCampus Hamburg
Katharina Fegebank, Senator for Science in Hamburg, Germany, visited the KlimaCampus Hamburg for a meet and greet. To get a better overview of the various scientific activities related to climate research and climate adaptation research in Hamburg, Fegebank met with the leaders of the institutes that form the KlimaCampus Hamburg at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) on 10.19.2015.
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Vorschau: GreenDay 2015
"Berufswunsch Klimaforscher“ - Unter diesem Motto lädt das DKRZ gemeinsam mit dem Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie und dem Exzellenzcluster CliSAP am 12. November 2015 zum GreenDay ein.
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New supercomputer „Mistral“ at DKRZ ensures Germany’s leading position in climate research
Hamburg, October 5th, 2015: During the festivities at the Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum (German Climate Computing Center, DKRZ), the new work horse of climate research in Germany was officially inaugurated. “Mistral”, one of the world’s most state-of-the-art and energy efficient supercomputers used for climate simulations, made its official debut.
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10 Jahre Schulprojekt Klimawandel
Am 1. Oktober 2015 feierte das Schulprojekt Klimawandel sein 10-jähriges Bestehen gemeinsam mit etwa 300 Schülerinnen und Schüler, Lehrerinnen und Lehrer sowie Ehrengästen aus Hamburg und Schleswig-Holstein.
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Kick-off for ESiWACE and ESCAPE
ESiWACE and ESCAPE: integrating leading edge climate and weather simulations into Europe’s strategy for High Performance Computing (HPC).
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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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