Virtual Institute — High Productivity Supercomputing

Technische Universität München

Chair for Computer Architecture

The Department for Informatics of the Technische Universität München (TUM) is one of the leading departments in computer science with more than 40 tenured professors and over 5000 students. It is located on the Research Campus Garching just north of Munich. The Chair for Computer Architecture and Parallel Systems (CAPS) is performing research in the areas of parallel architectures, programming tools and models, and parallel applications for over 30 years. It is headed by Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz and includes Prof. Dr. Michael Gerndt and his research team. CAPS also works closely with the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) - also a member of VI-HPS - the Supercomputing Center of the Max Planck Society (RZG), and various research institutions on the Research Campus Garching to form a center of excellence for High Performance Computing. [More]