- LRZ Bio-Lab – We are in close contact with the colleagues at LRZ about licensing questions, optimized build settings and software support in general as well as the selection of optimal hardware platforms.
- BwForCluster Chemistry at University of Ulm – Exchange about software installation and batch job modalities.
DFG-funded joint research projects located at FAU
- Excellence Cluster “Engineering of Advanced Materials” (EXC315): Funding period: 2007–2018;
HPC-relevant projects: Research Area A3 (Modeling and Simulation) with about 10 participating groups (Profs. Bitzek, Clark, Görling, Meyer, etc.). Research Area A3 (Modeling and Simulation, M&S) established interdisciplinary expertise in both atomistic and continuum simulation methods over multiple scales. ZISC is the continuation of A3, in which the interdisciplinary character of M&S at FAU was established.
- SFB 814 “Additive Manufacturing”: Funding period: 2011–2023; 4 HPC-relevant projects: B1 (Pöschel), C2 (Stingl), C3 (Mergheim), C5 (Steinmann)
- SFB 953 “Synthetic Carbon Allotropes”: Funding period: 2012–2023; 4 HPC-relevant projects: C1 (Clark/Meyer), C2 (Görling), C3 (Shallcross), C4 (Thoss)
- SFB/Transregio 103 “From Atoms to Turbine Blades – a Scientific Basis for a New Generation of Single Crystal Superalloys” (together with Ruhr-University Bochum): Funding period: 2012–2023; HPC-relevant project at FAU: C3 (Bitzek): Atomistic simulations of elementary dislocation processes in coherent and semi-coherent γ/γ 0 -microstructures: influence of temperature and alloying elements
- SFB 1411 “Design of Particulate Products”: Funding period: 2020–2023; 6 HPC-relevant projects: D1 (Smith), D2 (Harting), D3 (Pflug), D4 (Engel), D5 (Stingl), D6 (Liers)
- GRK 1896 „In situ Mikroskopie mit Elektronen, Röntgenstrahlen und Rastersonden“ / “In situ Microscopy with Electrons, X-Rays and Scanning Probes”: Funding period: 2013–2022; HPC-relevant project: B6 (Bitzek): Atomistic simulation of mechanical properties of nanostructures and interfaces
- GRK1910 “Medicinal Chemistry of Selective GPCR Ligands” (together with Uni Regensburg): Funding period: 2013–2022; HPC-relevant project at FAU: A6 (Clark): Understanding the principles of selectivity by homology modeling and simulation of ternary complexes; A8 (Sticht): Effect of GPCR sequence variability on ligand binding properties. Metadynamics-based MD simulations play a major role in GRK 1910. The project pr74su (Clark, Sticht, Hildebrand, Leipzig) has been allocated almost 100 million core hours on SuperMUC and SuperMUC-NG.
- GRK 1962 “Dynamic Interactions at Biological Membranes – From Single Molecules to Tissue”: Funding period: 2014–2018; HPC-relevant projects: Böckmann, Smith
- GRK 2423 “Fracture across Scales: Integrating Mechanics, Chemistry, and Physics” (Frascal): Funding period: 2019–2023; 12 HPC-relevant projects: Bitzek, Leyendecker, Mergheim, Meyer, Moretti, Pfaller, Pöschel, Smith, Steinmann, Stingl, Zahn, Zaiser
- GRK 2495 “Energy Conversion Systems: From Materials to Devices”: Funding period: 2020–2024; 4 HPC-relevant projects: Mergheim, Meyer, Steinmann, Wendler/Zaiser
- GRK 2504 “Novel Antiviral Approaches – From Small Molecules to Immune Intervention”: Funding period: 2019–2024; HPC-relevant project: C2 (Sticht): Structure-based design and optimisation of ligands for novel antiviral strategies
- FOR 1878 “Functional Molecular Structures on Complex Oxide Surfaces” (funCOS): Funding period: 2014–2021; 3 HPC-relevant projects: Bockstedte, Görling, Meyer
Other joint research projects located at FAU
- SolarTechnologies go Hybrid (SolTech), a joint program between five Bavarian Universities funded by the Bavarian State Government: Funding period: 2011–2022; 2 HPC-relevant projects at FAU: Clark, Görling. Prof. Clark is a member of the executive committee and FAU coordinator of Soltech, in which Modeling and Simulation using HPC plays a major role, especially at FAU, the University of Bayreuth and the TU Munich.
KONWIHR funded projects
DFG-funded joint research projects located at other universities