The DEEP Projects have received funding from the European Commission’s FP7, H2020, and EuroHPC Programmes, under Grant Agreements n° 287530, 610476, 754304, and 955606. The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU) receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Germany, France, Spain, Greece, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland.
Developing a programming environment for European Exascale systems
Following the successful completion of DEEP-EST and the launch of the prototype at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre, the DEEP projects face a new challenge: how to design programming environments that can support future Exascale systems with a wide variety of different workloads.
Enter DEEP-SEA (DEEP – Software for Exascale Architectures). DEEP-SEA started in April 2021 with a duration of 3 years. The project provides the programming environment for future European Exascale systems, adapting all levels of the software stack to support highly heterogeneous compute and memory configurations. It will also enable code optimisation across existing and future architectures and systems. The software stack includes low-level drivers, computation and communication libraries, resource management and programming abstractions with associated runtime systems and tools.
Final SEA projects workshop in January 2024
The SEA projects are organising a final workshop for January 2024. The projects will present key results of their work and demonstrate open source software elements and best practices.
Looking back at Supercomputing 2023
With more than 14.000 people attending the conference, Supercomputing 23 was a full success. We asked one of our experts for his take aways from the annual HPC event.
Exascale in Colorado – DEEP-SEA at this year’s Supercomputing Conference
The Supercomputing Conference (SC) is taking place in Denver, USA, this year. DEEP-SEA will also be represented at the world’s largest HPC event.
SEA video series continues
In the second video of the SEA video series, the KU Leuven’s Giovanni Lapenta explains how supercomputing benefits astrophysical research on solar winds known as “space weather”.
SEA projects launch new video series
DEEP-SEA, IO-SEA and RED-SEA have launched the first of several videos that highlight their collaborative work to realise the Modular Supercomputing Architecture.
THE FOUR DEEP PROJECTS
DEEP stands for Dynamical Exascale Entry Platform. Since 2011, the DEEP series of projects (DEEP, DEEP-ER, DEEP-EST and now DEEP-SEA) has pioneered an innovative concept known as the Modular Supercomputer Architecture (MSA). This novel HPC architecture paves the way for the next milestone in supercomputing: Exascale systems with the power to perform 1018 Floating Point Operations per second.
Learn more about the four projects on the projects page.