OBJECTIVE The Zurich study is a longitudinal study in psychiatric epidemiology that started in the late 1970s. The sixth interview in 1999 provides the basis to investigate and update the participation and drop-out patterns of the Zurich subjects. METHOD Aside from descriptive analyses, particular attention was paid to the Symptom Checklist 90-R… (More)
Anticipating large-scale molecular dynamics simulations (MD) in nano-fluidics, we conduct performance and scalability studies of an optimized version of the code ls1 mardyn. We present our implementation requiring only 32 Bytes per molecule, which allows us to run the, to our knowledge, largest MD simulation to date. Our optimizations tailored to the Intel… (More)
To determine whether a High-Performance Computing (HPC) data center is energy efficient, various aspects have to be taken into account: the data center's power distribution and cooling infrastructure, the HPC system itself, the influence of the system management software, and the HPC workloads; all can contribute to the overall energy efficiency of the data… (More)
We report lessons learned during the friendly user block operation period of the new system at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (SuperMUC Phase 2).
This presentation explores energy management, liquid cooling and heat re-use as well as contract specialities for LRZ: Leibniz-Rechenzentrum.