BremHLR - The Bremen Supercomputing Competence Center
The Bremen supercomputing competence center BremHLR (bremhlr.uni-bremen.de) is a cooperation of the University Bremen (UB), the Jacobs University Bremen (JUB), the Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven (AWI), the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven, and the Hochschule Bremen - City University of Applied Sciences. The center was founded in the year 2003 and is supported by the “Bremer Senatorin für Wissenschaft und Häfen”.
BremHLR provides support to scientists in scientific computing on the supercomputer systems of the North German Supercomputer Alliance (HLRN) as well as other national computing centers, like the John von Neumann Insitute for Computing (NIC) in at the Research Center Jülich. The branch Scientific Computing coordinates the consulting in high performance computing for the federal state of Bremen, which is conducted by consultants from participating centers (ZARM/UB, CLAMV/JUB as well as the Computer Centre of AWI). In addition, user workshops and user training courses on high-performance computing are coordinated and organized.