DEEP-SEA and SEA projects in the media

Find a list of the latest articles on DEEP-SEA and the SEA projects below.

MAY 7, 2024 – DATACENTER-INSIDER – Researchers want to reduce the power requirements of supercomputers

DEEP-SEA is mentioned in an article on energy efficiency in HPC by German industry outlet Datacenter-Insider. The article mentions that DEEP-SEA offers an open-source software stack for HPC systems and that the main aim of the project is to design, operate and use heterogeneous HPC systems more efficiently.

March 15, 2024 – Golem – Europe relies on new generation of exascale supercomputers

German IT news outlet Golem presents the FZJ’s project for a new supercomputer, which will use an architecture based on the work of the SEA projects.

March 14, 2024 – HPCwire – The SEA Projects Are Preparing Europe for the Future of Supercomputing

HPCwire picks up the SEA projects’ press release on the work of the three SEA projects and their results.

March 6, 2024 – HPCwire – BSC Hosts 2nd European Memory Systems Forum, Uniting Global Experts in Barcelona

HPCwire picks up the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre’s press release on the Memory Systems Forum, which was organised as part of the DEEP-SEA project.

November 30, 2023 – HPCwire – SC23 LIVEwire Interviews

HPCwire conducts an interview with DEEP-SEA’s Estela Suarez at the Supercomputing Conference in Denver, 2023.

August 22, 2023 – SAT.1 – ESA calculates the trajectories of space debris

German TV reports on research from TU Darmstadt and European Space Agency. Scientists found new approaches to prevent collisions of space debris in Earth’s orbit. Part of the research was funded through DEEP-SEA.

July 31, 2023 – TU Darmstadt – Dodging space debris with algorithms

Researchers at TU Darmstadt and European Space Agency have found new approaches to prevent objects in Earth’s orbit from colliding with each other or satellites. Part of the research was funded through DEEP-SEA. TU Darmstadt wrote about the research.

May 25, 2023 – HPCwire – Closing ISC Keynote by Sterling and Suarez Looks Backward and Forward

The closing keynote at the ISC this year was given by Thomas Sterling of Indiana University and DEEP-SEA project lead Estela Suarez. If you missed the presentation, we recommend reading this summary by HPCwire.

Apr 25, 2022 – Scientific-Computing World – BSC showcases heterogenous HPC software stack as part of DEEP-SEA project

This article by Scientific Computing World provides a report on DEEP-SEA’s consortium meeting in April this year, which was hosted by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center-Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS).

Feb 10, 2023 – HPCwire – JSC Announces Important Milestones for JUPITER

HPCwire mentions DEEP-SEA in connection with the JSC’s JUPITER system, which will be Europe’s first Exascale supercomputer.

Dec 16, 2022 – Pro-Physik – Towards the first Exascale supercomputer

The physics portal “Pro-Physik” picked up the latest announcement on the hosting agreement between the EuroHPC and the JSC regarding the first Exascale computer in Europe. (in German)

Dec 14, 2022 – Datacenter-Insider – "Exa is a quantitative leap that has significant qualitative implications"

Datacenter-Insider spoke with Professor Estela Suarez of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre about supercomputing in times of climate crisis and energy shortage. (in German)

Dec 14, 2022 – Datacenter-Insider – EuroHPC and Forschungszentrum Jülich want Exascale supercomputer Jupiter

DEEP-SEA is mentioned in connection with the EuroHPC JU’s and the Jülich Supercomputing Centre’s (JSC) agreement regarding the procurement and operation of the first European Exascale supercomputer “Jupiter”. (in German)