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  • 2021/09/23

    Lichtenberg: downtime 4. – 10. of October

    Refurbishments on the cooling systems

    Over the week from 4th – 10th. October, the whole HPC cluster will be down and unavailable.

  • 2021/07/19

    New project categories for Medium and Large projects

    As you might know, TU Darmstadt is one of the national HPC centers (NHR) since the beginning of this year [1]. RWTH Aachen University and the TU Darmstadt are together forming NHR4CES [2] to cooperate in the context of NHR [3]. This advances HPC nationwide and secures funding for the next decade. However, this also means, that there will be changes in the way that compute resources are granted and applied for. Regarding Tier 2 project categories („Medium“ and „Large“), we do not differentiate between members from TU Darmstadt and other members of German public or government-approved teaching and research institutions anymore. This means that the project categories “Medium” and “Large” will not be available for new applications anymore. Currently running projects will continue as scheduled. “Small” Projects can be applied for as before.

  • 2021/07/13

    Introduction to the Lichtenberg High Performance Computer

    Attendance is free of charge

    For the (potential) users of the Lichtenberg supercomputer, a monthly introduction will be held online. Subjects are the available hardware and software and the general use of the (batch) system.

  • 2021/03/01

    Regular Consultation on Project Proposals

    Due to the current situation, the monthly “open office hours” cannot be held in presence. Please – if a talk is necessary, we can set up a video conference.

Calls and External Events

  • 2021/09/23

    Lichtenberg: downtime 4. – 10. of October

    Refurbishments on the cooling systems

    Over the week from 4th – 10th. October, the whole HPC cluster will be down and unavailable.

  • 2021/07/19

    New project categories for Medium and Large projects

    As you might know, TU Darmstadt is one of the national HPC centers (NHR) since the beginning of this year [1]. RWTH Aachen University and the TU Darmstadt are together forming NHR4CES [2] to cooperate in the context of NHR [3]. This advances HPC nationwide and secures funding for the next decade. However, this also means, that there will be changes in the way that compute resources are granted and applied for. Regarding Tier 2 project categories („Medium“ and „Large“), we do not differentiate between members from TU Darmstadt and other members of German public or government-approved teaching and research institutions anymore. This means that the project categories “Medium” and “Large” will not be available for new applications anymore. Currently running projects will continue as scheduled. “Small” Projects can be applied for as before.