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Primeur weekly 2017-04-24

Focus

The Global Network Architecture consortium is a strong believer in good collaboration, sharing capacity and costs for transatlantic network connectivity ...

North Atlantic Network Collaboration Building Foundation for Global Network Architecture ...

Focus on Europe

British Met Office faces big challenges with Big Data ...

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research enables researchers to meet with SURF ...

RDA Europe-ENVRI Summer School on Data Management and Data Science ...

PRACE 14th Call for Proposals shows the magnitude of PRACE 2 ...

Prof. Dr. Michael M. Resch named new chairman of GCS Board of Directors ...

Hardware

Canada's most powerful academic supercomputer launched at Simon Fraser University ...

Pattern discovery over pattern recognition: A new way for computers to see ...

Mellanox 25Gb/s Ethernet adapters chosen by major ODMs to enable next generation hyperscale data centres ...

Mellanox announces new executive appointments ...

New HPC cluster installed at Clarkson University ...

Harnessing heat to power computers ...

Launch of new research line on network measurements and analytics ...

DataDirect Networks to demonstrate converged appliance that accelerates immersive and traditional content creation and global distribution ...

Rescale announces ScaleX Labs with Intel Xeon Phi processors and Intel Omni-Path architecture ...

Applications

Royal Canadian Institute for Science recognizes IBM's commitment to STEM ...

WorldFlix announces new data protection technology that even a supercomputer won't be able to break ...

Call for Applications opened for DATA2PERSON - Big Data and Health ...

IBM machine vision technology advances early detection of diabetic eye disease using deep learning ...

Predictive power ...

Dutch eScience Center organises Scientific Visualization event and Fifth National eScience Symposium ...

OCF supporting scientific research at the Atomic Weapons Establishment ...

A good night's sleep thanks to new machine learning algorithm ...

The Cloud

Oracle brings Oracle's flagship databases and developer tools to the Docker Store ...

IBM to deliver Docker Enterprise Edition for Linux on IBM systems ...

Prof. Dr. Michael M. Resch named new chairman of GCS Board of Directors


At an April 7 meeting, the GCS Board of Directors voted in Michael M. Resch as its chairman for the next two years. Copyright: Boris Lehner for HLRS.
20 Apr 2017 Berlin - As of April 7, 2017, Prof. Dr. Michael M. Resch is the new chairman of the Board of Directors at the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS). Prof. Dr. Michael Resch succeeds Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Lippert, director of the Institute for Advanced Simulation at Forschungszentrum Jülich and head of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre.

Prof. Dr. Michael Resch has served as director of the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) for more than a decade, and is also director of the Institute for High-Performance Computing (IHR) at the University of Stuttgart.

Prof. Dr. Michael Resch is enthusiastic about leading the next chapter of leading-edge German HPC. "As GCS enters its next phase of funding, I am excited to take the lead and, together with my two colleagues from Jülich and Munich, shape the future of supercomputing in Germany", he stated.

GCS unites the three major German supercomputing centres - the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Jülich Supercomputing Centre, and Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, Garching near Munich - into a single entity aimed at delivering complementary system architectures and expertise to scientists and engineers across Europe. GCS consistently maintains three of Europe's most powerful supercomputers.

Each centre sends 3 representatives to vote on the chair, including each centre's director, leadership from the centre's managing academic institution, and chair of each centre's scientific steering committee. Prof. Dr. Michael Resch takes over as the three GCS facilities prepare to acquire their respective next-generation supercomputers.

"Over the coming years, GCS is devoted to keeping its leading European position in HPC", Prof. Dr. Michael Resch stated. "With all the challenges of architectural diversity and varying user requirements, we strongly believe that GCS will face the challenge and deliver performance not just in terms of flops, but more importantly in terms of best solutions and practices for our scientific and industrial users."
Source: Gauss Centre for Supercomputing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2017-04-24

Focus

The Global Network Architecture consortium is a strong believer in good collaboration, sharing capacity and costs for transatlantic network connectivity ...

North Atlantic Network Collaboration Building Foundation for Global Network Architecture ...

Focus on Europe

British Met Office faces big challenges with Big Data ...

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research enables researchers to meet with SURF ...

RDA Europe-ENVRI Summer School on Data Management and Data Science ...

PRACE 14th Call for Proposals shows the magnitude of PRACE 2 ...

Prof. Dr. Michael M. Resch named new chairman of GCS Board of Directors ...

Hardware

Canada's most powerful academic supercomputer launched at Simon Fraser University ...

Pattern discovery over pattern recognition: A new way for computers to see ...

Mellanox 25Gb/s Ethernet adapters chosen by major ODMs to enable next generation hyperscale data centres ...

Mellanox announces new executive appointments ...

New HPC cluster installed at Clarkson University ...

Harnessing heat to power computers ...

Launch of new research line on network measurements and analytics ...

DataDirect Networks to demonstrate converged appliance that accelerates immersive and traditional content creation and global distribution ...

Rescale announces ScaleX Labs with Intel Xeon Phi processors and Intel Omni-Path architecture ...

Applications

Royal Canadian Institute for Science recognizes IBM's commitment to STEM ...

WorldFlix announces new data protection technology that even a supercomputer won't be able to break ...

Call for Applications opened for DATA2PERSON - Big Data and Health ...

IBM machine vision technology advances early detection of diabetic eye disease using deep learning ...

Predictive power ...

Dutch eScience Center organises Scientific Visualization event and Fifth National eScience Symposium ...

OCF supporting scientific research at the Atomic Weapons Establishment ...

A good night's sleep thanks to new machine learning algorithm ...

The Cloud

Oracle brings Oracle's flagship databases and developer tools to the Docker Store ...

IBM to deliver Docker Enterprise Edition for Linux on IBM systems ...