• Supercomputer Enables Sound Prediction Model for Controlling Noise

    Combining principles from computational fluid dynamics and acoustics, researchers at the TU Berlin have developed a model that could simplify the process of designing noise cancelling structures for airplanes, ships, and ventilation systems.

  • HLRS Visualization Supports Stuttgart 21 Construction

    3D virtual reality models created at HLRS helped engineers to successfully build an architecturally unique and complex kind of reinforced concrete column that will be a showpiece of the new Stuttgart train station.

  • Looking Inside Simulation's Black Box

    At the 2018 Science and Art of Simulation Workshop, philosophers, sociologists, historians, and computer scientists sought to develop a more rigorous framework for evaluating the trustworthiness of computational science.

  • Supercomputing in Industry Is Focus of Second HPC User Roundtable

    Simulation provides competitive advantages for companies of all sizes, though industrial HPC users face unique challenges.

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The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart is one of the three member centres of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS). HLRS supports national and European researchers from science and industry by providing high-performance computing platforms and technologies, services and support. Services are provided in cooperation with the other two member centres of GCS and with industrial partners such as hww GmbH (T-Systems, Porsche AG) and SICOS BW GmbH.

HLRS conducts basic and applied research in the field of high-performance computing in publicly funded national and European projects as well as industrial research activities in association with partners from research and industry. Collaborative research in the automotive field is carried out in cooperation with the Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart (ASCS).