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CEA Researchers using PRACE resources receive HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice – Best Use of HPC in Life Sciences award

The distinguished HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Award, in the category Best Use of HPC in Life Sciences was presented to PRACE, CEA and GENCI at the 2019 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19), in Denver, Colorado. Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications, publisher of HPCwire, personally handed over the award to representatives from...

TOP500: GENCI and Atos announce first supercomputer installed worldwide with next-generation AMD EPYC processors

GENCI and Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announce that the latest extension of its Joliot-Curie supercomputer, installed by Atos and administered by the CEA teams at its TGCC (Very Large Computing Centre), and based on Atos’ record-breaking BullSequana XH2000 solution, is now live. It is the first operational supercomputer worldwide to include the AMD next-generation EPYC...

GENCI to deploy new strategic plan 2019-2023

GENCI Strategic Plan unveils the next major orientations of the Very Large Computing Research Infrastructure for the years to come. It highlights several issues at the heart of GENCI's concerns, including the convergence of HPC with artificial intelligence and, more generally, aims to put the acquisition of an exascale machine at the centre within the framework of the European dynamic driven by...

Inauguration of Joliot-Curie, the French supercomputer dedicated to French and European research

Inauguration of Joliot-Curie, the French supercomputer dedicated to French and European research
At 9.4 petaflops, Joliot-Curie is France’s third supercomputer and is set to become the most powerful French research supercomputer in 2020 when it reaches 22 petaflops. Designed by the European leader in supercomputing, Atos, for the French national high-performance computing organisation (GENCI),...

GENCI receives HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice – Best Use of HPC in Energy award

The distinguished HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Award, in the category “Best Use of HPC in Energy” was presented to GENCI, PRACE and Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), at the 2018 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC18), in Dallas, Texas. Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications, publisher of HPCwire, personally handed over the...

SC18: First results of the Joliot-Curie Grands Challenges unveiled

Taking the opportunity of its participation at SC18 in Dallas – the Supercomputing Conference (November 11-16, 2018) GENCI, will present the early scientific results produced during the Grand Challenges on Joliot-Curie, its latest 9.4 petaflops supercomputer, hosted at the CEA’s TGCC. GENCI will present the results on the booth 711 (“French Computing” of the CNRS cc-IN2P3). From among the ten or...

Enzymatic activity in crowded spaces

Insight into the behavior of molecules is needed in order to understand living organisms at the microscopic level. Moreover, cellular compartments have recently become an inspiration to the fields of biotechnology and biomedicine (such as new biological nanoreactors). The research team led by Fabio Sterpone, CNRS senior scientist at LBT (Laboratoire de Biochimie Théorique, Institut de Biologie...

French summer of HPC : Earth’s changing magnetic field

The ground magnetic field doubtless played an essential role for the development of life on Earth. Indeed, the planets which do not possess magnetic field are also often deprived of atmosphere, as it is the case of Mars. Because without magnetic field, the atmosphere is vulnerable in an erosion by the solar wind. To know the history and thus the evolution in time of the magnetic field allows to...

French Summer of HPC : Study of cardiac arrhythmias using high performance computing

This week, GENCI present the cardiac diseases and the searches for a team common to the INRIA and to the University of Bordeaux managed by Mark Post, to diagnose better and treat better the patients. This work fits into the IHU Liryc, the research institute dedicated to the cardiac arrhythmias, the clinical team of which is one of the most important in the world for the treatment of these...