At its virtual booth, DKRZ will provide information about the upcoming high-performance computing system Levante and the new Exabyte Data Archive, both of which are scheduled to go into operation in fall 2021. In the ISC21 Digital conference program, the DKRZ archive will be presented by Cristie Data as a Vendor Use Case "Building an Exabyte Data Archive to Advance Climate Science Research at DKRZ" on June 28, 2021 from 15:15.

The virtual DKRZ booth will also focus on current projects and activities such as the German simulations for the CMIP6 project and for the 6th IPCC report, the AIM project for Machine Learning in Earth System Research, the EU-funded and DKRZ-coordinated ESiWACE Center of Excellence for global storm- and eddy-resolving weather and climate simulations on (pre-)exascale supercomputers, and various visualization activities. In addition to a publication of the DKRZ visualization team presenting current developments and trends in the scientific workflow for the analysis and visualization of climate simulation data as well as available visualization techniques and tools, visitors can interactively explore possible future climate changes themselves on a rotatable and zoomable virtual globe in a web browser via a web-based visualization. A visualization of high-resolution climate simulations with ray tracing using INTEL OSPRay will be demonstrated by INTEL at its virtual booth (press button "Planet Earth's Climate" below the video player) in cooperation with DKRZ.

Further information at the official website of ISC21 Digital