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Title: Parallel Computing in Paderborn: The SFB 376 "Massive Parallelism - Algorithms, Design Methods, Applications"
Subject: Friedhelm Meyer Auf Der Heide,Thomas Decker Parallel Computing in Paderborn: The SFB 376 "Massive Parallelism - Algorithms, Design Methods, Applications"
Description: Introduction A major research area in the University of Paderborn is Parallel Computing. Next to computer scientists, also researchers in mathematics, electrical and machine engineering, and manufacturing technology employ the computation power of parallel and distributed systems. Further, many institutions of our university focus on research related to this topic: the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC 2 ) offers support for efficient, comfortable use of parallel machines not only to users of the Paderborn or other universities, but also to users in international industries. Parallel computing in the Heinz Nixdorf Institute and its DFG-Graduate College ranges from basic research to applications in manufacturing technology. The C-LAB, a joint venture with Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG, contributes design methodology for complex distributed real time systems. All these activities are supported within numerous projects, by, e.g., DFG, BMBF, EU
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