Shuttle to Quantum Processor Made in Germany

The quantum computer race is in full swing. Germany has long been one of the world leaders in basic research. Forschungszentrum Jülich, together with national partners, now aims to apply the results to industrial production. The goal is a semiconductor quantum processor made in Germany that is based on the "shuttling" of electrons.

Intelligent Heating with Supercomputer Waste Heat

The Jülich supercomputer JUWELS can solve highly complex computing tasks – and it gets quite hot in the process! In future, this waste heat, which is invariably produced during operation, will be used to heat the JSC and seven other neighbouring buildings on the campus efficiently and intelligently.

A turbo for artificial intelligence

Computers consume large amounts of energy, as data storage and processing take place in separate components. As an alternative, researchers from Jülich now want to develop economical chips modelled on nature. The technology offers many opportunities, especially for AI applications.

Causing Continued Concern: Forests

It has been too dry and warm in Germany for the third year in a row. Many trees are suffering, especially spruce. One of the consequences: they are more susceptible to pests. Jülich researchers are observing the development in the Eifel and measuring the effects, for example on the atmosphere’s CO2 content.

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Intelligent Heating with Supercomputer Waste Heat

The Jülich supercomputer JUWELS can solve highly complex computing tasks – and it gets quite hot in the process! In future, this waste heat, which is invariably produced during operation, will be used to heat the JSC and seven other neighbouring buildings on the campus efficiently and intelligently.