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12.07.2019

From Facility to Application Sensor Data:Modular, Continuous and Holistic Monitoring with DCDB by Alessio Neti, Micha Müller, Axel Auweter, Carla Guillen, Michael Ott, Daniele Tafani and Martin Schulz was accepted at ACM/IEEE SC 2019.

Today’s HPC installations are highly-complex systems, and their complexity will only increase as we move to exascale and beyond. At each layer, from facilities to systems, from runtimes to applications, a wide range of tuning...[mehr]

11.07.2019

QMPI: A Next Generation MPI Profiling Interface for Modern HPC Platforms by Bengisu Elis, Dai Yang and Martin Schulz was accepted at ACM EuroMPI 2019

QMPI: A Next Generation MPI Profiling Interface for Modern HPC Platforms by Bengisu Elis, Dai Yang and Martin Schulz was accepted at European MPI User Group Meeting 2019 (EuroMPI ’19), to be held at ETH Zurich, Zurich,...[mehr]

17.06.2019

Paper "Predicting Faults in High Performance Computing Systems: An In-Depth Survey of the State-of-the-Practice” by Dai Yang, his student David Jauk and Martin Schulz was accepted at ACM/IEEE SC 2019

Predicting Faults in High Performance Computing Systems: An In-Depth Survey of the State-of-the-Practice"by Dai Yang, his student David Jauk and Martin Schulz was accepted at ACM/IEEE SC, The International Conference for...[mehr]

16.06.2019

CAPS has a strong presence at ISC 2019, the largest gathering for HPC in Europe.

CAPS has a strong presence at ISC 2019, the largest gathering for HPC in Europe. Aside from the roles of Dr. Carsten Trinitis as research paper chair and Prof. Martin Schulz as the co-chair of the PhD Forum, members of CAPS are...[mehr]

03.04.2019

Funding granted for Dr. Martin Schreiber supporting a research stay at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado

The simulation of the atmosphere for weather forecasting was one of the first applications on supercomputers. In the last decades, computer architectures have made it possible to increase per-core performance for free with...[mehr]