Adjusted normal operations of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre as of 11 May 2020

In accordance with the preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus published by the management of Forschungszentrum Jülich on 7 May, the Jülich Supercomputing Centre is switching to adjusted normal operations and adjusting its range of services. Please note the information on the services and availability of our support teams.

Andreas Lintermann im Interview mit Johannes Döbbelt zum Projekt "Agency for Cognitive Computing"

Supercomputers for a structural change in the Rhineland region

How can supercomputers help us live and work in the future? Andreas Lintermann will give a video interview on 11 November to present the "Agency for Cognitive Computing" (ACC) project.

Supercomputer JUWELS

Supercomputers

Jülich Supercomputing Centre operates computers of the highest performance class. The supercomputers JUWELS and JURECA are currently among the most powerful supercomputers in the world.

Quantencomputer

Quantum computing

Prof. Kristel Michielsen's group at JSC is working on methods and models with which complex quantum systems can be simulated on supercomputers.

News

Supercomputer Made in Jülich Setting New Benchmarks

Forschungszentrum Jülich’s upgraded supercomputer JUWELS is now capable of 85 petaflops. This is equivalent to 85 quadrillion computing operations per second or the computing power of more than 300,000 modern PCs. Thanks to its new booster module, JUWELS is able to massively expand the application limits of simulations and also offers the strongest platform in Europe for the use of artificial intelligence (AI).

BSTIM für Covid-19

New Model for District-Based Coronavirus Forecasts

Jülich / Osnabrück, 23 September 2020 – Neuroinformatics scientists at Osnabrück University and data specialists at Forschungszentrum Jülich are releasing new model results daily to forecast COVID-19 infections. The results include estimates updated daily of the reported new infections and a 5-day forecast for every German district, and are available at https://covid19-bayesian.fz-juelich.de. The predictions are based on data from the Robert Koch Institute, which are statistically analysed using a new model weighted by probability that was developed by Osnabrück’s neuroinformatics scientists on high-performance computers at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC).

Supercomputer JUWELS

Supercomputers

JSC offers computer resources of the highest performance class to its users. With JUWELS and JURECA, it is one of the most powerful computer centres in Europe.

Auszubildende zum Mathematisch-technischen Software-Entwickler sitzen vor ihren Rechnern

MATSE training

At JSC, students can be trained to be mathematical-technical software developers and simultaneously take the bachelor study course „Angewandte Mathematik und Informatik“. Apply now for the training start on 1 September 2021.

Model of Simulation Labs

Simulation Laboratories

Simulation Laboratories enable computational science communities to solve problems with high scientific impact through efficient use of high-end supercomputing resources.