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The MPCDF has issued a brochure on "High-Performance Computing and Data Science in the Max Planck Society" with examples of science that is currently being supported by the MPCDF services.

A new issue of the MPCDF computer bulletin Bits&Bytes was released. Read about the high-performance computing system Raven, with a focus on GPU computing, the new HPC cloud pilot system, advanced package and dependency management in Python, the new SelfService portal, a new brochure on HPC and Data Science in the MPG supported by MPCDF, and upcoming training events. more

The newly deployed supercomputer of the MPG, Raven, was ranked in the June 2021 edition of the biannual Top500 and Green500 lists of fastest and most energy-efficient supercomputers. more

The deployment of the new high-performance computing system Raven has been completed. Users from the Max Planck Society have access to 1592 compute nodes based on the brand new Intel Xeon IceLake-SP processor, and  192 GPU compute nodes with 4 Nvidia A100 GPUs each. more

A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institutes of Developmental Biology in Tübingen and the MPCDF develops new search capabilities that will allow to compare the biochemical makeup of different species from across the tree of life. Its combination of accuracy and speed is hitherto unrivalled. Their results are being published in Nature Methods on April 7. more

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