|Name of the research team:
|High Performance Computing (HPC) Research Team
|Name of the institute hosting the research team:
|Institute of Information and Electrical Technology
|Head of the research team and their academic qualification:
|Members of the research team
|Scope of the research team
Advanced and modern research, such as detailed and multi-level simulations, data analysis and large-scale calculations, nowadays exceed the capacity of a single computer. The complexity of computing performance is making these demands increasingly difficult to meet, although cluster systems and supercomputers, consisting of hundreds of processors and terabytes to petabytes of high-performance storage, and tightly integrated GPU systems are increasingly able to meet these demands.
However, in addition to the powerful hardware, the software running on these systems must also be written to take advantage of the computing power available on the system. The combination of these hardware and software systems is the field of high-performance computing (HPC).
|Research objectives of the research team
One of the main goals of the High-Performance Computing (HPC) research group is to use high-performance computing architectures and methods to develop and accelerate engineering simulations and bioinformatics applications.
In this context, the group aims to be at the forefront of new technologies and to pioneer emerging trends such as GPU systems and cloud computing. The team is also developing new mathematical methods.
|Education, Research, and Innovation graph
2020 - 2023 MTMT data
Dr. Péter Iványi
Dr. Géza Várady
Dr. Zoltán Sári