Institute for Scientific Computing
The Institute for Scientific Computing works on various aspects of computational sciences, with a focus on high-performance computing, performance engineering, and algorithmic differentiation. Our research includes tools and methodologies to support domain scientists in developing correct and efficient applications.
Scientific Computing was installed as part of the when Department of Computer Science was called to the Professor Dr. Bischof. As part of this chair we offer Technical University of Darmstadt on parallel computers, parallel programming, and computer science foundations of simulation technology. teaching activities
An overview of our research activities is available Furthermore, we are always interested in students looking for here. and thesis topics . research assistants
Invited talk by Johannes Doerfert organized by SC
May 25, 2023
LLVM in HPC – Enabling Performance Portability, Interoperability, and Novel Features The talk will be held on Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at 2pm. You can login without registration using the following Zoom.
LLVM Social Darmstadt (Germany) on 29.03.23 from 18.45h
March 29, 2023
The Scientific Computing group is hosting the LLVM Social Darmstadt meetup. We will have Alexander Hück (TU Darmstadt) giving the talk “Opaque pointers, the need for debug information and how to use them“.
Information – Bachelor- and Master-Theses at SC
February 28, 2023
Visit us February 28th at 1PM in S1|03 Room 7, for a full overview of available theses, and topics of interest at SC.
FOSDEM'23 talk video online: Link-time Call Graph Analysis
February 12, 2023
The FOSDEM'23 talk about: “Link-time Call Graph Analysis to facilitate user-guided program instrumentation” is now available
FOSDEM talk video online: “MUST: Compiler-aided MPI correctness checking with TypeART”
February 10, 2023
The FOSDEM'23 talk about: “MUST: Compiler-aided MPI correctness checking with TypeART” is now available
preCICE-workshop talk: A preCICE-Interface for the Ice-sheet and Sea-level System Model (ISSM)
February 10, 2023
Yannic Fischler will present his current work on coupling of ISSM and CUAS-MPI at the preCICE-workshop in Munich on Tuesday 14th February.
ACSW 2023 – Paper Accepted
February 06, 2023
Our paper has been accepted in 2023 Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2023), a conference held from Jan. 30 to Feb. 2, 2023, in Melbourne, Australia.
FOSDEM'23 Contributions by SC
February 01, 2023
Members of the SC group will present two talks in the upcoming FOSDEM event at the HPC, Big Data and Data Science devroom on Sunday, 5th February.
LLVM Social Darmstadt
January 25, 2023
The Scientific Computing group is hosting the first LLVM Social Darmstadt meetup tomorrow, Tuesday, 25th Jan, 19.00h. Jan-Patrick Lehr (AMD) is presenting about OpenMP Target Offload for AMD GPUs with AOMP. Meeting is at our offices: https://www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/sc/fg/location/index.en.jsp