17. Nov 2022

Research projects on energy efficiency of HPC and computing centers

As part of the BMBF program "High and high-performance computing for the digital age 2021 to 2024 - research and investments in high-performance computing", the Federal Ministry of Research is funding ten Green-HPC. The DKRZ is network leader for the EECliPs project and partner in the EE-HPC project.

9. Nov 2022

Preview: SC22

The Supercomputing Conference 2022 (SC22) will bring together the international HPC community from 13 to 18 November in Dallas/USA to exchange views on key issues and new developments in HPC, networking, storage technologies, software and hardware as well as applications and research. The DKRZ team is also involved in the scientific conference programme, both by participating in a Bird-of-Feather session and in the poster exhibition.

25. Oct 2022

Team EagleEyes wins ML challenge

The "EagleEyes" team, with the participation of Frauke Albrecht and Caroline Arnold from the Helmholtz AI support team HAICU/AIM at DKRZ, wins the "AI4EO Hyperview" Challenge.

4. Oct 2022

Climateurope2 kick-off

The Climateurope2 consortium came together for the project kick-off in Lecce, Italy, on 27-29 September 2022. The project is coordinated by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and brings together 33 partners - among them DKRZ - from 13 countries that cover a large spectrum of expertise from the social sciences and humanities to a wide range of technical expertise and climate services experience.

28. Sep 2022

GPU Programming Hackathon 2022

From September 19th to 29th, 2022 this year's "CSCS GPU Hackathon 2022" - partly virtual and partly in presence - took place in Lugano, Switzerland.

22. Sep 2022

Supercomputer "Levante" was inaugurated at DKRZ

The new supercomputer Levante was inaugurated on September 22, 2022 at DKRZ with high-ranking representatives from politics and science. The welcoming speeches were followed by two panel discussions on the challenges of climate research, which highlighted Hamburg's excellent reputation as a focal point for climate research.

12. Sep 2022

WarmWorld: Exascale EarthSystem Models to anticipate changes in a Warmer World

September 1st marks the official start of the BMBF-funded project WarmWorld. The aim of the ambitious four-year project is to harness advances in information technology to compute and evaluate climate warming trajectories at unprecedented kilometer-scales, which enable the direct simulation of crucial processes in the climate system, like convective storms and ocean eddies.

29. Aug 2022

Invitation to the inauguration of HLRE-4 "Levante"

The inauguration ceremony for the new high-performance computing system for Earth system research (HLRE-4) "Levante" will take place on 22 September 2022. The event language will be German.

11. Jul 2022


DKRZ is one of the partners for the Horizon Europe project FAIRCORE4EOSC.

30. Jun 2022

PASC22: Advanced scientific computing

Up to 300 scientists will attend this year's PASC22 (Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing) conference in Basel, Switzerland, June 27-29, 2022, with an additional one hundred participants joining via video conference. PASC22 is led by the Swiss National Supercomputing Center (CSCS). DKRZ is participating with various contributions.

23. Jun 2022

New book about Klaus Hasselmann

The book "From decoding turbulence to unveiling the fingerprint of climate change: Klaus Hasselmann-Nobel Prize Winner in Physics 2021" has been recently published by Springer.

14. Jun 2022

Yearbook "DKRZ-Jahrbuch 2020-21" published

The fifth edition of the DKRZ yearbook for the years 2020-2021 was published in June 2022 and shows a cross-section of the work at DKRZ: It summarizes the results of important completed projects and highlights the status of ongoing as well as new projects.

7. Jun 2022

ISC'22: Levante on rank 76th of the TOP500 list

DKRZ's new Levante supercomputer is listed on rank 76th on the TOP500 list of the most powerful HPC systems. The 59th edition of the TOP500 list was released at this year's ISC'22 in Hamburg, Germany, on May 30, 2022, officially ushering in the exascale era.

26. May 2022

DKRZ contribution to EGU2022

From May 23-27, 2022, the annual General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU22) took place for the first time entirely in a hybrid format. Over 7,300 scientists from 89 countries participated on-site in Vienna, accompanied by over 7,000 virtual participants from 116 countries. The DKRZ team was involved with numerous presenters and session chairs in the over 12,000 presentations of the 791 sessions.

19. May 2022

Activities of DKRZ at ISC'22

DKRZ will take part in the ISC High Performance 2022, the largest scientific HPC conference in Europe, which after a two years of break will take place in person again in Hamburg from May 29 to June 2, 2022. Themed #TransformingTheFuture, ISC 2022 is dedicated to the most important developments in the fields of HPC, machine learning and data analysis and offers participants an important opportunity for international exchange.

5. May 2022

HamburgAmbassadors visit climate research

They are Hamburg´s face in the world: the HamburgAmbassadors, who represent the city´s interests on a voluntary basis in 24 countries. As part of their annual meeting in the Hanseatic city, the group visited the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN) at Universität Hamburg, the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) on may, 3rd, together with Katharina Fegebank, Hamburg´s Second Mayor and Senator for Science.

26. Apr 2022

Presentation and Hands-On workshop on ESM Tools.

On April 20 and 21, 2022, DKRZ invited to a workshop around ESM tools which was funded by the project PalMod. The workshop focus was set on the integration of further models to the tools, as well as their porting to the new HPC system Levante.

8. Apr 2022

Upcoming: 7th ENES Workshop in Barcelona

From May 9 to May 11, 2022, the 7th ENES-HPC Workshop will be held as a hybrid event at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC). The event of the European Network for Earth System Modeling (ENES) is organized in the framework of the projects IS-ENES3 and ESiWACE2 and aims to bring together experts in HPC in Earth System Modeling.

4. Apr 2022

nextGEMS: Let’s hack in Vienna

Registration for the next nextGEMS Hackathon, which will be held at the University of Vienna from June 28 to July 2, 2022, is still open until April 11, 2022.

30. Mar 2022

Another DKRZ Python Course for Geosciences

Due to the great demand for the first course in October 2021, DKRZ in cooperation with the group Scientific Computing (WR) offered another 'DKRZ Python Course for Geoscientists' via Zoom for DKRZ users and project partners from March 21 to 24, 2022.

14. Feb 2022

Start of the meeting to approve the 2nd part of the 6th IPCC Assessment Report

On February, 14, 2022, the IPCC started a meeting to approve the second part of the sixth IPCC Assessment Report (AR6). It focusses on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability and is due to be published in the end of this month. During the two-week, largely virtual meeting, representatives of the governments of 195 countries and of monitoring organizations meet with the IPCC authors to approve, line by line, the summary for policymakers for the 2nd part of AR6.