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Deployment of new HPC cluster <em>Ada</em> for the Max Planck Institutes for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, and for the Physics of Complex Systems.

At MPCDF a new HPC cluster capable of handling highly data-intensive calculations has been deployed for the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter (Hamburg) and the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (Dresden). It allows scientists to run advanced simulations for their research or quickly analyse large amounts of experimental data.

A material line is strongly deformed by turbulent flow
© MPIDS/UBT, Wilczek

A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Dynamics and Self-Organization, the MPCDF and INRIA (Nancy, France) have developed a new open-source computer-simulation code named TurTLE for massively parallel simulations of turbulent flows. The code has recently been employed for studying the geometry of turbulent mixing in fluid flows; the results were published as a “featured article” in Nature Communications.

Bits & Bytes  No. 209, April 2022

A new issue of the MPCDF computer bulletin Bits&Bytes was released. Read about updates of the AlphaFold2 software pipeline on Raven, various tips and tricks for continuos integration and testing in the MPCDF gitlab infrastructure, using Globus Online for efficiently handling large data transfers, new features of the SelfService portal, and MPCDF training events. more

New brochure "High-Performance Computing and Data Science in the MPG"

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.

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