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Steinbuch Centre for Computing
D-76128 Karlsruhe
Phone: +49 721 608-43754 (South) or -25601 (North)
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Opening hours
Mon - Thu 9:00 to 18:00
Fri 9:00 to 17:00
Phone: +49 721 608-8000
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Security/computer abuse
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Phone: +49 721 608-45678
Fax: +49 721 608-945678
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PC consulting
10:00 to 17:00
Phone: +49 721 608-42997
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Current announcements

SCC Service News
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The Steinbuch Centre for Computing is the information technology centre of KIT and ranks among the largest and most efficient scientific computing centres in Europe.


Bildanalyse des Pflanzenwachstums
Image analysis of plant growth

SCC and da-cons store and analyze images of growing plants at the Botanical Institute of KIT. The working group Molecular Cell Biology in the Botanical Institute of KIT investigates new ways of plant growth analysis.

bwSync&Share increases storage capacity

With bwSync&Share one can easily synchronize and share data between various users, desktop computer and mobile devices. The amount of user storage capacity has been increased from 10 GB to 25 GB.

EUDAT: Research Data Made Simple

EUDAT offers a complete set of research data services, expertise and technology solutions to all European scientists and researchers. These services and storage resources are distributed across 15 European nations.

press release
EU-T0 Partnerschaft mit PRACE
EU-T0 Partnership with PRACE The 11th PRACE Call for Proposals for Project Access includes a pilot call with EU-T0 offering the possibility to couple storage capacity from the EU-T0 data centres to PRACE HPC resources.
Ansys for students
„ANSYS for Students“ is available

The SCC provides the ANSYS program suite for use by the students of the KIT free of charge.

Neue Einblicke in die Entwicklung des Nervensystems
New Insights into Nervous System Development Researchers at the ITG and the SCC derive new insights into the development of the central nervous system of vertebrates from experimental measurements and their modelling in computer simulation. More