Partners & Project

Current Partners and Project

Partners & Projects

TIME-X: Time parallelization for eXascale computing

Funded by the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU, grant agreement No 955701)
April 2021 to March 2024

TIME-X will take the next leap in the development and deployment of parallel-in-time integration methods for massively parallel HPC simulation, enabling their efficient usage for real-life applications. TIME-X unites all relevant actors at the European level for the first time in a joint strategic research effort.

Contact at Forschungszentrum Jülich: Dr. Robert Speck

Project page: Time parallelization for eXascale computing

Collaborations & Projects

Scientific Computing and High Performance Computing
Bergische Universität Wuppertal

Contact: Prof. Dr. Matthias Bolten

Collaborations & Projects

Chair Computational Mathematics Institute of Mathematics
Hamburg University of Technology

Contact: Prof. Dr. Daniel Ruprecht

Collaborations & Projects

Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Contact: Prof. Dr. Martin Frank

Collaborations & Projects

Chair for Metals and Alloys Facilty of Engineering Science
University of Bayreuth

Contact: PD Dr. rer. nat. Michael Fleck

Partners & Projects

Novel Exascale-Architectures with Heterogeneous Hardware Components for Computational Fluid
Dynamics Simulations

Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research ( grant no. 16ME0708)
October 2022 to September 2025

Contacts: Dr. Robert Speck, Dr. Andreas Lintermann

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High performance computation for realistic applications

TU Dortmund

Contacts: Raphael Münster

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Finished Projects

AlphaNumerics Zero, Helmholtz AI Project

Funded by the Helmholtz Association’s Initiative and Networking Fund (INF)
August 2020 to Juli 2023

The goal of AlphaNumerics Zero is to rethink the design of numerical methods on high-performance computers. The project uses reinforcement learning techniques so that the computer independently learns the optimal numerical solution method for a given simulation problem.

Contact: Dr. Robert Speck

AlphaNumerics Zero in the AI Consultant Team

Projects and Initiatives


Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
2016 to 2019

The goal of the BMBF project ParaPhase - space-time parallel adaptive simulation of phase-field models on HPC architectures (FKZ 01IH15005A, BMBF program “IKT 2020 - Forschung für Innovation") is the development of algorithms and methods that allow for highly efficient space-time parallel and adaptive simulations of phase-field problems.

Contact: Dr. Robert Speck

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PinTSimE: Project on Parallel Simulation of Multi-Modal Energy Systems

Funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG ( Project number 450829162)
February 2021 until August 2025

The goal of PinTSimE is to define methodologies for the use of parallel-in-space-and-time techniques for the simulation of multi-modal energy systems in order to achieve faster than real-time performance. The two parallelization techniques combined will ensure an effective use of simulations for the design, analysis, control, and optimization of multi-modal power grids.

Contacts: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andrea Benigni, Dr. Robert Speck

Project description: Space-time parallel simulation of multi-modal energy systems

Last Modified: 09.04.2024