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Those who accompanied us doing the first steps in summer 2006 know that progress was not straightforward, and some battles got lost - unfortunately and unluckily. However, the "yes, we can!" turned out to be finally true for MAC,
 
too. Thus, in the beginning of the year 2009, MAC consists of ten new and thriving interdisciplinary research projects in the context of Advanced
 
Computing.
 
  
 
More than 20 research groups from TUM as well as from collaborating research institutions are involved in [[Research Projects | MAC's projects]], and more than 40 additional positions of Ph.D. students or research assistants, respectively, have been created and are funded in the framework of MAC.  
 
More than 20 research groups from TUM as well as from collaborating research institutions are involved in [[Research Projects | MAC's projects]], and more than 40 additional positions of Ph.D. students or research assistants, respectively, have been created and are funded in the framework of MAC.  

Revision as of 11:26, 2 September 2011

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Bildnachweis: TUM (links), Kai Hamann, produced by gsiCom (2.v.links), Christoph Rehbach (3.v. links)

Faszination Forschung 8/11


Latest Activities & News

Highlights of the MAC Summer Workshop 2011

The TUM Science Magazine Faszination Forschung presents MAC, 08/11

Munich Centre of Advanced Computing - Summer Workshop 2011, Garching, July 13, 2011

IGSSE Comments on the FRAVE System: A MAC-IGSSE-KAUST Joint Endeavor, June 16, 2011

2nd Coding Days, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, 17-21 April, 2011

Older Activities...


Welcome to the web site of MAC, the Munich Centre of Advanced Computing!

More than 20 research groups from TUM as well as from collaborating research institutions are involved in MAC's projects, and more than 40 additional positions of Ph.D. students or research assistants, respectively, have been created and are funded in the framework of MAC. Furthermore, by adopting the successful educational program of TUM's International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE), MAC further strengthens IGSSE's research profile and scope; by being a main pillar of the strategic partnership of TUM and KAUST, the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, MAC contributes to TUM's international profile and visibility; and via its focus on computing, MAC further strengthens Munich's position as a top player in high-performance computing. So have a look at what currently happens within MAC, and stay tuned for the future developments!