Computing has become a central component of modern scientific research: large volumes of data are generated by increasingly automated measuring devices, which need to be stored, organized and analyzed to extract new insights. New discoveries often only reveal their relevance by comparing them in the context of the already available knowledge, requiring extensive comparison with large public datasets. Computational simulation has become a third pillar of science - next to experiment and theory - which allows researchers to challenge their understanding of complex systems in silico.
sciCORE supports scientists in their work by:
Providing high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructures.
Providing direct support to researchers in using these resources.
Training scientists using scientific high-performance computing.
Hosting and support of tools for software development, data management and data analysis.