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DKRZ@SC13
The this year's Supercomputing Conference (SC13) takes place from the 16th till 22nd November 2013 in Denver. More than 10,000 scientists, users, vendors and decision makers as well as more than 350 exhibitors attend the most important international conference on high performance computing that celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. DKRZ, looking back on 26 years of climate computing, invites visitors to go on a journey back in time through 25 years of DKRZ at its booth (number 329).
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DKRZ@SC’12 in Salt Lake City / USA
Vom 10. bis 16. November nimmt das DKRZ wieder mit diversen Aktivitäten an der diesjährigen Supercomputing Conference (SC’12) in Salt Lake City, mit über 10 000 Teilnehmern die größte Fachkonferenz zum Hochleistungsrechnen weltweit, teil. Als einer von über 350 Ausstellern informiert das DKRZ die Konferenzteilnehmer auf einem eigenen Informationsstand (Nr. 3840) über aktuelle Fortschritte im Hochleistungsrechnen, Data Intensive Computing sowie über Ergebnisse aus der Klimamodellierung. Darüber hinaus spricht Prof. Thomas Ludwig in der Session „Green Computing“ über die Kosten der Klimaforschung. Zum zweiten Mal auf einer SC organisiert das DKRZ, gemeinsam mit der University of Minnesota, dem Pacific Northwest National Laboratory und Cray Inc., einen Workshop zum Thema „Climate Knowledge Discovery“.
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EnA-HPC 2012 in Hamburg
Am 12. September 2012 fand bereits zum dritten Mal die „Conference on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing 2012“ (EnA-HPC 2012) in Hamburg statt. Die Konferenz wurde von der Universität Hamburg in enger Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Klimarechenzentrum und der Gauß-Allianz organisiert und widmete sich einer der größten Herausforderungen im Hochleistungsrechnen: dem Energieverbrauch bzw. der Energieversorgung der Rechnersysteme.
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English jubilee publication "25 years DKRZ"
The jubilee publication "25 Jahre DKRZ", that was published on the occasion of its 25th anniversary, is now available in an English version "25 years of the German Climate Computing Center".
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ERA5: Start of the follow-up project of ERA interim
With ERA5, the ECMWF (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts) has extended its series of reanalysis projects.
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ESGF Achievement Award
On the occasion of the „Earth System Grid Federation and Ultrascale Visualization Climate Data Analysis Tools Conference”, which took place from December 9th-12th, 2014, at the PCMDI of the Lawrence Livermore National Lab, DKRZ staff member Torsten Rathmann received an “ESGF Outstanding Achievement Award 2014” for the unfailing support he delivered to the users of the Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF).
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EUDAT Collaborative Infrastructure
Together with 15 other European partners, the DKRZ has recently established the EUDAT Collaborative Infrastructure (EUDAT-CDI). The common goal of this partnership is to provide - independent of project funding - a long-term perspective for scientists and research networks for services and the management of research data.
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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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From the Past into the Future: New Climate Simulations for Science and Society
Hamburg, February 23, 2012 - Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) have carried out new climate simulations using MPI-M's new climate model. The results indicate that the two-degree target could still be achieved if carbon dioxide emissions would be reduced significantly. Within an international model intercomparison project, researchers were able to simulate the complex carbon cycle as well as vegetation dynamics in climate projections for the 21st century. In case of an increase in CO2 emissions the simulations suggest not only an increase in temperature but also a rapid progression of ocean acidification. Oceanic calcifying organisms will be particularly affected. In addition to long-term projections, more detailed climate predictions spanning the next ten years were performed for the first time. The new climate scenario simulations were carried out on DKRZ's supercomputer and occupied one quarter of its total computing capacity over a period of two years.
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From the Past into the Future: New Climate Simulations for Science and Society
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and the German Climate Computing Centre (DKRZ) have carried out new climate simulations using MPI-M’s new climate model. First results of the simulations, which represent the German contribution to the next IPCC Assessment Report AR5, as well as an introduction on how to use the data will be presented on 23/24 February 2012 in Hamburg.
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