Recent Writing for the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS)

In April I started a new job as a science writer and editor at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), a core facility of the University of Stuttgart and a member of the Gauss Center for Supercomputing. HLRS is the home of Hazel Hen, the fastest supercomputer in Germany, conducts its own research focusing on issues related to high-performance computing, and supports academic and industrial researchers, with emphases on simulation, data analytics, and visualization, among others. Here are a few of my first pieces of writing about some work underway there.

> Hazel Hen’s Millionth Compute Job
> HLRS Focuses on Sustainability in Supercomputing
> Hazel Hen Helps Explain Ultrafast Phase Transition