High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS)
Information about the partner
Founded in 1829, the foremost aim of the University of Stuttgart (USTUTT) in research and teaching lies in the fields of engineering and the natural sciences. The university with its 140 institutes distributed over 10 faculties, 5,000 employees, and about 16,000 students has a strong impact in BadenWürttemberg, Germany’s traditional high-tech region. HLRS is a research and service institution, one of the three national supercomputing centres in Germany and one of the three members of the GAUSS Centre for Supercomputing, offering services to users from academia and industry. The world leading experience of HLRS is in supporting users from the engineering domain at large in parallel programming, in the development of productivity tools for parallel programming including integrated development environments, in the expertise in applying software engineering methods to the HPC domain and in cloud computing projects. Furthermore HLRS has a strong expertise in implementing and supporting data handling and management around simulations, analytics and AI-related workflows.