On January 31, NSC celebrated its 30th anniversary and inaugurated five new HPC systems:
Tetralith – funded by SNIC, used for research by Swedish research groups and located at NSC in Linköping
Sigma – funded by and dedicated to Linköping University users, located at NSC in Linköping
Cirrus – funded by SMHI to provide computing power for operational numerical weather prediction and located at SMHI in Norrköping
Stratus – funded by SMHI to provide computing power for operational numerical weather prediction and located at NSC in Linköping
Nebula – funded by MET Norway and uses for research and development, primarily for MET Norway, located at NSC in Linköping
All of the clusters are operated by NSC.
The keynote speaker at the NSC 30 year’s celebration was Thomas Sterling, Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering at Indiana University (IU) School of Informatics and Director of the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST). His presentations can be found here: