Dr. Daniele Passerone is leading the group of Computational Chemistry in the Nanotech and Surfaces Laboratory at EMPA. At the user day, he presented a poster on “Nanoscience surfaces: from … Read More
The CSCS User Day brought together around 60 users in Lucerne on 23 September. Exciting scientific lectures, lively two-minute personal poster presentations by scientists and discussions were the order of … Read More
Engineers of Cray are powering up for the first time worldwide a Cray XK6 delivered to a customer. CSCS was the first supercomputing centre signing a contract with Cray for … Read More
Christoph Grab is professor for experimental physics at ETH Zurich and coordinates the computing infrastructure for the Swiss particle physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment at CERN. In … Read More
hpc-ch interviewed Lucio Mayer, Professor at the Unversity of Zurich about simulating the birth of a galaxy. For this work his research group used the HPC resources at the Swiss … Read More
First glimpse into birth of the Milky Way For almost 20 years astrophysicists have been trying to recreate the formation of spiral galaxies such as our Milky Way realistically. Now … Read More
hpc-ch participated to ISC11 in Hamburg with an own booth. If you were not able to participate to the conference you can now see some photos of the booth and … Read More
There were a lot of visitors at the hpc-ch booth at ISC11. Their feedback was always very positive. We were able to demonstrate that Switzerland is a very active country … Read More
CSCS will install by the end of June, 2011 a new Cray XMT. James Maltby of Cray presents the new supercomputer and its new possible applications for science and industry. … Read More
Nages Sieslak is organiser of the ISC exhibition. We asked Nages to give a first impression about this year conference and to give us her impression about the hpc-ch booth. … Read More
We interviewed Rich Brueckner of insideHPC about the relevance of HPC in Switzerland and why Thomas Schulthess has been named this year’s Rock Star of HPC. Have a look!
Isham is a student at the University of Geneva and is working as volunteer at the ISC’11 conference. We asked him about his interest in HPC. Have a look!