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Dynamics of Condensed Matter (DCM)
Prof. Dr. Thomas D. Kühne
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Approximate Computing Methods contributed to the CP2K Atomistic Simulation Program Package

In 2018, Prof. Christian Plessl (Chair for High-Performance IT Systems) and Prof. Thomas D. Kühne (Chair for Theoretical Chemistry) have been awarded the Paderborn University Research Award for their project "Green IT: Exact Computations with inexact but energy-efficient computers''. The objective of this interdisciplinary project was to study the feasibility of the "Approximate Computing" paradigm for scientific applications. → READ MORE

Deep insights into the intermolecular energy transfer in water

Water is an essential substance for life. In living organisms, the same property makes water an efficient heat buffer for the functioning of biochemical reactions. So-called hydrogen bridge bonds play a central role in this process. However, the energy flow in this complex network of bonds has not yet been fully investigated at the molecular level. → READ MORE

Successful International Winter School on Electronic Structure Calculations

From Monday, February 10th to Friday, February 14th, the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC²) and the Chair for Dynamics of Condensed Matter at Paderborn University organized an international winter school on electronic structure calculations. → READ MORE

Supercomputer Noctua inaugurated

On September 21, the new super-computer “Noctua” (Latin: Little Owl) was inaugurated at Paderborn Univer-sity. The high-performance computing system is expected to be one of the ten most powerful university installations within Germany. This is the first step on the path into a new era: The construction of a new data center and research facility will commence in 2019, with the federal state of Germany, the state North Rhine-Westphalia and Paderborn University contributing a total of €25.4M until 2022. → READ MORE

Exact results with inexact computations: Prof. Plessl and Kühne receive Paderborn University Research Award

According to recent estimations, IT systems consume about 15% of the global electrical power. Due to the continuing exponential growth of computing systems, there is a strong economic and ecologic interest to increase their energy-efficiency. How this goal can be achieved is demonstrated by the computer scientist Prof. Dr. Christian Plessl and the theoretical chemist Prof. Dr. Thomas D. Kühne with their interdisciplinary research project, which is supported by the executive board of Paderborn University with an award of 150,000 Euro.  → READ MORE

PC² Research and service report 1/2017-6/2019

The latest edition of the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing research and service report is available for download now.

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