The videos made as part of the DEEP project serve to explore various aspects of HPC and to present them in a comprehensible way.
The second episode in the SEA series
The SEA Projects Series – Episode 2: Space Weather
September 2023 – In the second video of the series, Giovanni Lapenta from the KU Leuven explains his astrophysical research on solar winds known as “space weather” and how DEEP-SEA supports this work.
A new tool to avoid performance bottlenecks in HPC
Extra-P – A performance-modeling tool for applications on HPC systems
September 2023 – Researchers from TU Darmstadt and ETH Zurich have developed “Extra-P”, a software tool that enables application developers to identify the sources of poor scaling before it becomes apparent. This video shows the benefits of this free-of-charge tool and how it can be used.
Credits: TU Darmstadt in collaboration with ETH Zurich
The first episode in the SEA series
The SEA Projects Series – Episode 1: Introduction to Modular Supercomputing
August 2023 – In this video, DEEP-SEA project lead Estela Suarez explains how DEEP-SEA, together with the SEA projects, aims to realise the common vision of the MSA and how the three projects work together.
The collaboration between DEEP-SEA, IO-SEA and RED-SEA
The SEA projects: a Summary
September 2022 – This SEA projects video shows what areas DEEP-SEA, IO-SEA and RED-SEA focus on and how they cooperate with each other.
Celebrating the anniversary of the project series
10 Years DEEP Projects
DEEP projects celebrate their 10th anniversary. The project series with the goal to develop a novel HPC architecture that paves the way for European exascale systems started in December 2011 with their first project “DEEP” (Dynamical Exascale Entry Platform). The sequence continued with DEEP-ER (Extended Reach), DEEP-EST (Extreme Scale Technologies) and the latest endeavor DEEP-SEA (Software for Exascale Architectures). DEEP-SEA started on April 1, 2021 with a term of 3 years.
So far over 30 partners from 13 European countries have been involved in the DEEP projects. This concentration of expertise made it possible to celebrate great successes like the installation of the first modular supercomputer worldwide, the JURECA cluster booster system, or the installation of the DEEP-EST prototype, that features a general-purpose Cluster Module (CM), a focused Data Analytics Module (DAM) and an Extreme Scale Booster (ESB) module.
Watch the video to find out more about the DEEP projects and the major milestones that we reached on the way to a European exascale system.