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Funded Projects

FFMK ▪ 2013 - 2015
HARNESS ▪ 2012 - 2015
IES Cities ▪ 2013 - 2016
Many-Core HPC ▪ 2013 - 
MCData ▪ 2014
METRIK ▪ 2006 - 2015
SECOS ▪ 2013 - 2016


Former Projects

Contrail ▪ 2010 - 2014
C3-INAD ▪ 2010 - 2013
MCData ▪ 2013
Enhance ▪ 2011 - 2013
LABIMI/F ▪ 2011 - 2013
4CaaSt ▪ 2010 - 2013
DGrid Kernknoten ▪ 2006 - 2012
PneumoGrid ▪ 2009 - 2012
MoSGrid ▪ 2009 - 2012
DGSI ▪ 2009 - 2012
PT-Grid ▪ 2009 - 2012
WissGrid ▪ 2009 - 2012
AstroVDZ ▪ 2010 - 2012
First we take Berlin ▪ 2010 - 2011
DGI-2 ▪ 2008 - 2010
Grid Chem ▪ 2006 - 2010
MedInfoGrid ▪ 2008 - 2010
XtreemOS ▪ 2006 - 2010
AstroGrid-D ▪ 2005 - 2009 
C3-Grid ▪ 2005 - 2009 
MediGrid ▪ 2005 - 2009
SELFMAN ▪ 2006 - 2009 
Services@MediGRID ▪ 2008 - 09
CoreGrid ▪ 2004 - 2008 
DGI ▪ 2005 - 2008 
BCB ▪ 2001 - 2006
GridCoord ▪ 2004 - 2006 
GridLab ▪ 2002 - 2005
MetaChem ▪ 2000 - 2005 
DataGrid ▪ 2001 - 2004
FlowGrid ▪ 2002 - 2004
VS ▪ 2003 - 2004
CoRes ▪ 2002 - 2003
UNICORE ▪ 2000 - 2002 
Meta ▪ 1999 - 2000  


Computer Science

Head
Prof. Dr. Alexander Reinefeld

Secretariat
Petra Fehlhauer

Takustraße 7
14195 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-84185-130
Fax:      +49-30-84185-311


The Computer Science Division has two departments

The department Distributed Algorithms and Supercomputing performs research and provides scientific services for parallel and distributed computing. We operate the Northern German Supercomputer HLRN and provide scientific consulting for researchers in various application domains. Our research emphasizes on scalable, fault-tolerant algorithms for distributed systems, especially for the management and analysis of big data.

The IT Service department is responsible for the planning, procurement, installation, and maintenance of the information and communication technology at ZIB. This includes computers, servers, networks, periphery, web- and mail-services, telephone and an electronic lab. The IT Service department also runs the headquarters of the Berlin metropolitan area network BRAIN and high-end data facilities for long-term data storage.