DEEP blog

Here you can find the latest news from the DEEP-SEA project.

February 15, 2024

Looking back at HiPEAC 2024

A look back at the SEA projects’ participation in one of the most important HPC events of the year, the HiPEAC Conference.

January 11, 2024

SEA projects all set for joint workshop and HiPEAC

The SEA projects are getting ready for a key week in the current project period. The project members are meeting in Munich for a final joint workshop on 16 January before participating in the HiPEAC Conference from 17-19 January.

December 4, 2023

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.

SEA projects booth at Supercomputing 23 together with ACROSS project
November 30, 2023

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.

October 19, 2023

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.

September 20, 2023

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”.

August 3, 2023

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.

May 1, 2023

DEEP-SEA at the ISC 2023

DEEP-SEA and the SEA projects to be represented at the EuroHPC JU booth – research group leader Estela Suarez to give keynote speech.

March 8, 2023

International Women’s Day 2023: Interview with DEEP-SEA’s Téodora Hovi

We talked to Téodora Hovi, Computer Science Research Engineer at CEA, about her work and ideas to bring more women and girls into STEM.