The Steinbuch Centre for Computing operates large-scale facilities for scientific high-performance computing and data-intensive sciences within the framework of secure IT federations. This modern parallel supercomputers such as the "High Performance Computing Karlsruhe" (HoreKa), other cluster systems and development platforms for different user groups. In November 2020, the SCC was selected as a center for National High Performance Computing (NHR).
Information about the services and systems related to scientific computing are listed below.
SCC operates the high-performance computer systems Hochleistungsrechner Karlsruhe (HoreKa) and bwUniCluster.More
An overview of all research and development projects in the field of high performance computing can be found here.More
Users can access the HPC resources operated by the SCC via Jupyter. We provide support for automated Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Testing (CT) and Continuous Deployment (CD) workflowsMore
The Simulation and Data Life Cycle Labs (SDL) and Software Sustainability and Performance Engineering (SSPE) support collaborations and knowledge transfer across projects.More
Here you will find current news about scientific computing as well as news from research and development at HPC.
As in the previous year, Helmholtz AI researchers joined a benchmarking study to analyze the center’s position in the computing infrastructure market — and the results are finally out!More
For more than two years, the SCC has been operating dedicated AI resources for AI research within the Helmholtz Association, HAICORE@KIT for short. A new operating model now simplifies access even further and increases capacities.More
The new NVIDIA-Arm cluster joins an ever-growing number of development systems for future technologies.More
The dpa photographer Uli Deck from Karlsruhe succeeded particularly well in staging the LED illumination of the new supercomputer HoreKa at KIT. The photo receives a 1st place in the competition "dpa Pictures of the Year 2021".More
Seven successful projects in the second NHR@KIT Call for CollaborationMore
With the oidc-agent software developed by SCC, OpenID connect tools are available on the command line under Debian Linux.More