Carsten Trinitis presented new Ethical Guidelines at Computing Frontiers 2019

Carsten Trinitis presented the new ethical guidelines which were recently introduced by the German Informatics Society at Computing Frontiers 2019 in Alghero, Italy, April 30 - May 2, 2019. Ethical issues are attracting increasing attention within the community as our research...[mehr]


TUM/LRZ Host the 2nd International Seminar on the HPC PowerStack (June 11-13, 2019)

The landscape of high-performance computing (HPC) is changing as we enter the exascale era. Optimizing performance of scientific applications under power and energy constraints is challenging due to several reasons, such as the dynamic phase behavior of applications, processor...[mehr]


CAPS Co-Organizes ACM Computing Frontiers in Alghero, Italy, April 29-May 2, 2019

The ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers is being held April 30 - May 2 in Alghero, Sardinia, Italy. Prof. Martin Schulz co-chaired the program committee, which selected 19 papers for presentation. Further, Dr. Carsten Trinitis has led the CF steering committee...[mehr]


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 increasing processor speed. This additional...[mehr]




BMW and CAPS signed contract for project on anomaly detection and data visualization

This project investigates a scalable architecture for anomaly detection on data from different production facilities of BMW. Detected anomalies will be highlighted in a scalable visualization facilitating further investigation...[mehr]


Lautracher Salon 05 am 16.5.2019

Am 16.5.2019 nimmt Dr. Carsten Trinitis an einer öffentlichen Diskussion zum Thema "Ethik der Algorithmen" im Schloß Lautrach im Allgäu teil. Nähere Informationen...[mehr]


Prof. Martin Schulz to give Keynote presentation at IEEE HPBD&IS 2019 in Shenzhen, China

On May 10th, Prof. Martin Schulz will give a keynote presentation at the inaugural IEEE HPBD&IS 2019 conference, the 2019 International Conference on High Performance Big Data and Intelligent Systems. The topic of his talk will...[mehr]


4 Day Compact Course: Introduction to parallel-in-time and other new time-stepping methods

The chairs for "Scientific Computing in Computer Science" and "Computer Architectures and Parallel Systems" offer a compact course on time integration methods (August 26-29, 2019) [mehr]


Dr. Martin Schreiber invited to a seminar talk at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)

on the topic "About novel time integration methods for weather and climate simulations"[mehr]

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