The CSCS Scientific Computing Research Unit together with the Institute of Computational Sciences at USI is leading the Swiss Platform for High-Performance and High-Productivity Computing initiative, HP2C.
The aim of the HP2C projects is developing applications to run at scale and make efficient use of the next generation of supercomputers.
These are the approved HP2C projects:
- BigDFT - Large scale Density Functional Electronic Structure Calculations in a Systematic Wavelet Basis Set; Prof. Stefan Goedecker, University of Basel
- Cardiovascular - HPC for Cardiovascular System Simulations; Prof. Alfio Quarteroni, EPF Lausanne
- COSMO-CCLM - Regional Climate and Weather Modeling on the Next Generations High-Performance Computers: Towards Cloud-Resolving Simulations; Dr. Isabelle Bey, ETH Zurich
- Cosmology - Computational Cosmology on the Petascale; Prof. George Lake, University of Zurich
- CP2K - New Frontiers in ab initio Molecular Dynamics; Prof. Juerg Hutter, University of Zurich
- Gyrokinetic - Advanced Gyrokinetic Numerical Simulations of Turbulence in Fusion Plasmas; Prof. Laurent Villard, EPF Lausanne
- MAQUIS - Modern Algorithms for Quantum Interacting Systems; Prof. Thierry Giamarchi, University of Geneva
- Petaquake - Large-Scale Parallel Nonlinear Optimization for High Resolution 3D-Seismic Imaging; Prof. Olaf Schenk, University of Basel
- Selectome - Selectome, looking for Darwinian Evolution in the Tree of Life; Prof. Marc Robinson-Rechavi, University of Lausanne
- Supernova - Productive 3D Models of Stellar Explosions; Prof. Matthias Liebendörfer, University of Basel
- Ear Modeling -Numerical modeling of the ear: towards the building of new hearing devices; Prof. Bastien Chopard, University of Geneva