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2017 activities poster available here

The 2017 ZCAM program is ready

The 2016 ZCAM program is now finished!

Reunión de Usuarios y Desarrolladores de Métodos de Simulación de Aragón

Links to HPC centers and European initiatives

European and International initiatives

The Quixote Project, Data base for Quantum Chemistry calculations: Quixote is an international collaboration heavily relying on web connectivity and voluntary work by motivated researchers. The main objective/vision of the Quixote project is to design, test and deploy a modular, open source system of tools that allow computational chemistry data (now sitting in the darkness of individual hard-disks) to be organized, shared, and queried. This is to be achieved by using lightweight interdependent applications, semantic analysis of the data and linkability.

ETSF European Theoretical Spectroscopy Facility, an I3 infrastructure dedicated to software development considered as a beamline offer, and providing access to several codes such as Abinit, FHI98, Octopus...etc

The Psi'k web site, an organization coordinating activities on Ab initio calculation of complex processes in materials.

HPC Europa, transnational access to HPC.

The Prace initiative, with informations on trainings, schools and calls to access most advanced HPC in Europe. See also the complemetary PRACE RI site.

The Top 500, information on the most powerful computers.

The Exascale Software Project, with links to workshops materials



Research Centers

Center for Atomic-scale Materials design

Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory

Fritz Haber Theory group



High Performance Computing Centers

The Barcelona Supercomputer Center´s web site

The Swiss Supercomputer Center´s web site

The John von Neumann center in Juelich

Cines and Genci

Cineca

Stuttgart

Amsterdam

Edinburgh

NCSA, National Center for Supercomputing Applications

CSC IT Center for Science in Finland