Transforming Engineering with Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing

In today’s rapidly evolving research and engineering landscape, the convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) has become a transformative force. The synergy of AI and HPC is reshaping industries such as manufacturing, automotive, energy, aerospace, and climate research. From designing smarter vehicles to enabling sustainable energy sources and improving aerospace precision, AI and HPC are making engineering smarter, safer, and more sustainable. In this blog post, we will provide some insight on applications of AI and HPC in some engineering sectors including our own EXCELLERAT approaches.

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HPC for Industry: an overview of the European landscape

Industry holds a vital position within the economic framework of the European Union, contributing significantly to its prosperity and progress. The following blog article provides an overview of the pivotal role of HPC in enhancing the competitiveness of industry, especially SMEs, across sectors.

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Success Story: In situ VR visualisation of Nek5000 simulations with Vistle

Nek5000 cases that use Exascale level performance compute data on very large grids. Writing this data to disk frequently becomes a major run time bottleneck, while handling all the data on disk comes with its own challenges. With increasing data sizes and complexity analysing the usually 3D data with conventional 2D methods becomes even harder. Running large simulations is also costly, therefore errors should better be identified rather sooner than later.

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Success Story: Running AVBP Industrial code on Arm architectures

With the diversification of the micro-processor catalogue for High-Performance systems, porting and evaluating software performance on Arm-based architectures has become an imperative step for code developers. For core performance to multi-node scalability, real application benchmarks remain elusive. Given the myriad of Arm flavours available, a comprehensive real case benchmark would give developers and users a first look for the future usage of the European Processor Initiative (EPI) and Arm-based leadership class systems.
In collaboration with Arm Ltd., CERFACS has performed a first benchmark using the AVBP code, a state-of-the-art Navier Stokes solver on unstructured grids for reactive compressible flows written in Fortran and based on MPI for parallelism.

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Press release: EXCELLERAT CoE supports COVID-19-related research

A group of researchers from EXCELLERAT’s consortium partner SSC-Services GmbH, an IT service provider in Böblingen, Germany and the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) is supporting the German Federal Institute for Population Research (Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung, BiB). SSC has developed an intelligent data transfer platform, which enables the BiB to upload data, start simulations and download results. The platform supports the work of BiB researchers in predicting the demand for intensive care units during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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