The next Plasma-PEPSC webinar on “Using alpaka for Portable Parallel Programming” by Mehmet Yusufoglu (HZDR, Germany) will be held on Tuesday, 28th May at 2:00 PM (CEST). Join Zoom Meeting: ID: 644 7597 5479Password: 037419 High-performance computing (HPC) platforms[…]

Plasma-PEPSC participated at the 4th Baltic HPC and Cloud conference at Riga, Latvia! We introduced Plasma-PEPSC at the CoEs pitch session. We presented our poster and engaged in interesting discussions with HPC experts from industry and academia from the[…]

Our team Plasma-PEPSC are thrilled to introduce our project at EuroHPC Summit 2024 in Antwerp, Belgium. Together, we are pushing scientific boundaries with four European flagship plasma codes: BIT, GENE, PIConGPU, and Vlasiator.

Plasma-PEPSC CoE together with ENCCS organized the hybrid training workshop from 13-15 February at Stockholm, Sweden. This workshop was focused on bringing together code developers, researchers, and research software engineers working on plasma science, and create an amazing opportunity[…]

Several of our partners presented and engaged in lively discussion at the workshop “Plasma Physics Towards the ExaScale Era” at HiPEAC 2024 conference held in Munich, Germany from 17-19 January 2024. In the picture you can see the project[…]

Jeremy J. Williams, Plasma-PEPSC Project Manager at KTH, who represented the project at SC23 was delighted to receive the award of ACM SIGHPC Computational and Data Science Fellowship for 2023. The ACM SIGHPC fellowships are highly competitive, and are[…]

The Plasma-PEPSC Summer Code Camp 2023 was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, providing participants with a comprehensive introduction to Particle-in-Cell codes and their exascale computing capabilities. The code-camp included hands-on workshops,[…]

As part of our community-building initiatives, Plasma-PEPSC coordinated a Birds of aFeather (BoF) session at ISC2023 in Hamburg, Germany, with a turnout of 35 attendeesand 142 views on Twitter/X. The primary objective was to bring together a diverse group[…]

The project was featured at KTH internal newsletter, with the title “Four codes that can change the future of energy use and cancer treatments”, which can be read here.