Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) has two new offers for students and researchers. Both courses are online-based, and you can sign up for a free or use a payment version. The first course is about how supercomputers work, how they are used in daily research and the breakthroughs... Læs mere
Supercomputers allow scientific researchers and engineers to solve large, advanced, complex computational problems which are too big for a single machine to compute. A supercomputer is able to perform billions of calculations per second. For example, supercomputers are used to: provide weather... Læs mere
Three research projects from the other Nordic countries have been awarded computing power on DeiC's national supercomputer Abacus 2.0. At the same time, two Danish research projects have been given the opportunity to run on supercomputers in Iceland and Sweden. These are the first results of the... Læs mere
Center for Genomic Medicine (CGM) at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen makes genetic analysis of samples from patients. For this purpose, equipment for genome sequencing is used in order to transform the samples into digital data, which is further analysed at the DeiC National Lifescience supercomputer... Læs mere
Danish researchers can apply for free computational hours on the supercomputers that are part of European Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE). The 17th round of application, which has just been opened, offers over 1.8 billion core hours at nine different HPC facilities.... Læs mere
How has national HPC been used in Danish reasearch? Which scientific areas has used ABACUS2.0 and COMPUTEROME in the period 2015-2017? A mapping has been made of Danish scientific publications that included use of national HPC within biology, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, medicine, materials... Læs mere
NeIC Dellingr project As a researcher in the Nordic countries, you can now apply for access on one of the Nordic supercomputers. NeIC Dellingr project provides supercomputing available to researchers in the Nordic countries. The participating Nordic countries have each contributed HPC resources to... Læs mere
Research always gives us new technologies, but technology also changes the way we research. The explosion of digital data and the development of powerful supercomputers to analyze them opens the doors to new research areas, discoveries and acknowledgments in both natural sciences, social sciences... Læs mere
De store data mængder der genereres fra Cryo-EM sendes direkte gennem et høj hastigheds optisk fiber til DeiC supercomputeren COMPUTEROME på DTU i Risø. CryoEM bruges til at visualisere molekylære strukturer for at forstå hvordan de fungerer. CryoEM detektoren producerer høj-opløselig billede... Læs mere
The huge amounts of data generated by the Cryo-EM is send directly trough a high speed optical fiber to The National Life Science Supercomputer (COMPUTEROME) at DTU Risø. CryoEM is about visualization of molecules in order to understand how they work. The cryoEM detector produces high resolution... Læs mere


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