11am - noon CEST


In June, we continue our tour of the EuroHPC supercomputers! Benedikt von St. Vieth and Andreas Herten of FZJ have kindly agreed to present JUPITER.


The installation of JUPITER, the first Exascale system in Europe, is scheduled to begin soon. The system features two modules, JUPITER Booster and JUPITER Cluster. The Booster utilizes about 24,000 NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchips to break the exascale barrier, while the JUPITER Cluster deploys thousands of SiPearl Rhea1 CPUs for well-balanced workloads. An important feature of JUPITER is its energy efficiency – the JUPITER development system JEDI just entered the Green500 at first place.


The talk will introduce the system and design decisions, and focus on the user enablement currently ongoing.



Benedikt von St. Vieth is the head of the "HPC, Cloud and Data Systems and Services" division at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) of Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH. This division is responsible for the design, procurement, installation and operation of the productive HPC systems at JSC and also various storage systems and cloud infrastructures.





Dr Andreas Herten is the Co-Head of the Novel System Architecture Design Division at JSC, where he and his team study accelerators, like GPUs, to accommodate the future needs of HPC workloads. 








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