Author: Georg Hager

Update January 17: File systems are available again and batch processing has been resumed. Valued HPC customers of NHR@FAU and RRZE, There will be a scheduled downtime of all HPC systems on Monday, January 16, starting at 8:00 a.m. and lasting the whole day. The reason for the downtime is m...

On December 16, Julian Hammer successfully defended his PhD thesis, titled “Design and Implementation of an Automated Performance Modeling Toolkit for Regular Loop Kernels.” Prof. Dietmar Fey, the head of the PhD committee, announced the good news after Julian had presented the main results of his w...

The eleventh NHR@FAU Newsletter is available. This publication summarizes recent and upcoming events in and around the Erlangen National High Performance Computing Center. These are the current topics: Fritz & Alex climb up in Top500 list • Hybrid NHR PerfLab Seminar: Michael Hartmann on q...

Last week at the Supercomputing (SC22) Conference in Dallas, Texas, the updated list of the fastest 500 supercomputers in the world was released. The "Top500" is published twice a year at the leading conferences in the field: SC in the USA and ISC High Performance in Germany. Systems are ranked acco...

Our popular "Node-Level Performance Engineering" full-day tutorial has been accepted again (now the eleventh time in a row!) for presentation at SC22, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis. We teach the basics of node-level computer architectur...

At JuliaCon 2022 last week, Carsten Bauer from PC2 Paderborn gave a great talk on using hardware performance counters in Julia programs with LIKWID.jl, the Julia wrapper for the LIKWID library. With LIKWID.jl, you can leverage the full power of the LIKWID library, first and foremost counting perform...