IT University of Copenhagen
11 Feb 2022
World-class wind energy research builds upon supercomputing
High performance supercomputing has been essential for four scientists doing research in Meteorology, Climate and Wind Energy studies.
Photo: Fade Creative
09 Feb 2022
EOSC-Nordic with successful LUMI access
EOSC-Nordic does calculations on the new pre-exascale supercomputer, LUMI, through one of the chosen Norwegian pilot projects for the new HPC system in Finland.
Extract from a simulation of the tumour suppressor gene p53 in complex with DNA using DeiC Throughput HPC. Photo: Matteo Lambrughi.
17 Dec 2021
Supercomputing was a game changer for Danish Cancer Society Research Center
A group of researchers started from scratch 10 years ago using computational biology. Now, both local high performance computing, national HPC and international HPC have been used in order to explore new areas of cancer research at Danish Cancer Society Research Center.
Photo: Marko Vasara
12 Oct 2021
LUMI will help uncover new ground in quantum chemistry
One of the very first projects to ever run on LUMI will be a Danish project exploring the boundaries in quantum chemistry. In such a groundbreaking trial run, everything can fail and everything can succeed.
Foto: Colourbox/Kiyoshi Takahase Segundo
29 Sep 2021
Search through more than 1300 publications that used supercomputers
Explore all the Danish research results where national or international supercomputer resources have been used. Find out which disciplines and universities that have used resources through PRACE and explore the outcome.
Photo: Synopsis Architects Ltd. and Geometria Architecture Ltd.
21 May 2021
The first Danish LUMI projects have been chosen
The four Danish pilot projects for the LUMI supercomputer have been chosen and are expected to run at LUMI already after summer.