High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '08

Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS) 2008

  • Editors
  • Wolfgang E. Nagel
  • Dietmar B. Kröner
  • Michael M. Resch

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Physics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-2
    2. Volker Gaibler, Max Camenzind
      Pages 3-11
    3. B. Müller, A. Marek, H.-Th. Janka
      Pages 13-28
    4. J. H. Kühn, P. Marquard, M. Steinhauser, M. Tentyukov
      Pages 29-37
  3. Solid State Physics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 39-40
    2. C. Schieback, F. Bürzle, K. Franzrahe, J. Neder, M. Dreher, P. Henseler et al.
      Pages 41-57
    3. R. Leitsmann, F. Bechstedt, F. Ortmann
      Pages 59-70
    4. Tobias Ulbricht, Peter Schmitteckert
      Pages 71-82
    5. F. Karim Pour, M. Rigol, S. Wessel, A. Muramatsu
      Pages 83-92
  4. Chemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 93-94
    2. Martin Konôpka, Robert Turanský, Nikos L. Doltsinis, Dominik Marx, Ivan Štich
      Pages 95-108
    3. Holger Wolff, Bernhard Eck, Richard Dronskowski
      Pages 109-117
    4. Bernhard Eckl, Martin Horsch, Jadran Vrabec, Hans Hasse
      Pages 119-133
  5. Flow with Chemical Reactions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 135-135
    2. Markus Kindler, Thomas Blacha, Markus Lempke, Peter Gerlinger, Manfred Aigner
      Pages 153-166
  6. Computational Fluid Dynamics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 167-169
    2. Manuel García-Villalba, Juan C. del Álamo
      Pages 217-227
    3. Hassan Gomaa, Bernhard Weigand, Mark Haas, Claus Dieter Munz
      Pages 241-255
    4. A. Devesa, S. Hickel, N. A. Adams
      Pages 257-268
    5. Frank T. Zurheide, Matthias Meinke, Wolfgang Schröder
      Pages 269-283
    6. Ping Wang, Jochen Fröhlich, Vittorio Michelassi, Wolfgang Rodi
      Pages 285-299
    7. Naseem Uddin, Sven Olaf Neumann, Peter Lammers, Bernhard Weigand
      Pages 301-315
    8. Dominic A. Terzi, Jochen Fröhlich, Wolfgang Rodi
      Pages 317-332
    9. Jens Harting, Thomas Zauner, Rudolf Weeber, Rudolf Hilfer
      Pages 349-363
    10. M. Embacher, M. Keßler, F. Bensing, E. Krämer
      Pages 395-410
    11. Felix Lippold, Eugen Ohlberg, Albert Ruprecht
      Pages 411-424
    12. Sven H. M. Buijssen, Hilmar Wobker, Dominik Göddeke, Stefan Turek
      Pages 425-440
  7. Overview on the HLRS- and SSC-Projects in the Field of Transport and Climate

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 441-442
    2. Heike Noppel, Klaus D. Beheng
      Pages 443-457
    3. A. Biastoch, C. W. Böning, M. Scheinert, J. R. E. Lutjeharms
      Pages 459-469
  8. Structural Mechanics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 479-480
    2. Marc Zimmermann, Manuel Klemenz, Volker Schulze, Detlef Löhe
      Pages 481-492
    3. D. Weygand, J. Senger, C. Motz, W. Augustin, V. Heuveline, P. Gumbsch
      Pages 507-523
  9. Miscellaneous Topics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 525-527
    2. Thorsten Merker, Gabriela Guevara-Carrión, Jadran Vrabec, Hans Hasse
      Pages 529-541
    3. H. Autenrieth, M. Weber, V. Schulze, P. Gumbsch
      Pages 543-558
    4. Uwe Walzer, Roland Hendel, Christoph Köstler, Jonas Kley
      Pages 559-583
    5. M. Fertig, D. Petkow, T. Stindl, M. Auweter-Kurtz, M. Quandt, C.-D. Munz et al.
      Pages 585-597
    6. Joachim Mathes, Argirios Perogiannakis, Thomas Worsch
      Pages 599-613

About these proceedings


The discussions and plans on all scienti?c, advisory, and political levels to realize an even larger “European Supercomputer” in Germany, where the hardware costs alone will be hundreds of millions Euro – much more than in the past – are getting closer to realization. As part of the strategy, the three national supercomputing centres HLRS (Stuttgart), NIC/JSC (Julic ¨ h) and LRZ (Munich) have formed the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) as a new virtual organization enabled by an agreement between the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the state ministries for research of Baden-Wurttem ¨ berg, Bayern, and Nordrhein-Westfalen. Already today, the GCS provides the most powerful high-performance computing - frastructure in Europe. Through GCS, HLRS participates in the European project PRACE (Partnership for Advances Computing in Europe) and - tends its reach to all European member countries. These activities aligns well with the activities of HLRS in the European HPC infrastructure project DEISA (Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Appli- tions) and in the European HPC support project HPC-Europa. Beyond that, HLRS and its partners in the GCS have agreed on a common strategy for the installation of the next generation of leading edge HPC hardware over the next ?ve years. The University of Stuttgart and the University of Karlsruhe have furth- more agreed to bundle their competences and resources.


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