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High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to any computational activity requiring more than a single computer to execute a task, giving rise to parallel computing.

Parallel computing systems range from very small (e.g., sensors), to small (e.g., embedded systems, smartphones, etc.), to medium-sized (e.g., desktops, laptops, tablets), and to extremely large (e.g., supercomputers).

HPC systems typically are supercomputers that execute tasks at a high performance. The HPC sector entails hardware, systems software and tools, and applications and services.


The HPC research group at University of Basel studies the interplay between the HPC system and its applications. This involves a comprehensive understanding of the HPC operations.

research in High performance 
PARALLEL and DISTRIBUTED computing


Inspire desire:
“The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.” 
~ Richard Hamming, Numerical Methods for Scientists and Engineers, 1973

The research of the HPC group at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of University of Basel, Switzerland concentrates on the following topics:

  1. Parallelization

  2. Heterogeneity

  3. Mapping

  4. Scheduling

  5. Robustness (fault tolerance)

  6. Scalability and

  7. Reproducibility

of parallel applications executing on small (multi-many cores) to large scale (multi-node) high performance computers.


Other topics of interest include:

  1. Data mining

  2. Process mining

  3. Information security

        (protection and privacy)

  1. System and application monitoring

  2. Modeling and simulation of parallel applications and systems.

Contact


Address: Department of Mathematics

                and Computer Science

                High Performance Computing

                Spiegelgasse 1

                CH-4051, Basel


Email:      dmi-hpc_at_unibas_dot_ch


Phone:   +41 61 207 05 54 (secretary)


Directions: see map here

PASC18 Submissions now open!


PASC18, co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), will be held from July 2 to 4, 2018 at the Congress Center Basel, located in Basel, Switzerland.











PASC18 submissions are invited and now open for papers, minisymposia and poster presentations.


Upcoming Submission Deadlines

- Minisymposia: November 26, 2017

- Papers: January 19, 2018

  1. -Posters: February 4, 2018


More information: https://pasc18.pasc-conference.org and on the news page.