Mont-Blanc projects: the Sequel
Press Release: the Mont-Blanc 2020 project will pave the way to a European scalable, modular and power efficient High Performance Computing processorMore information
Mont-Blanc activities at ISC 2018
In June, the Mont-Blanc team will head back to Frankfurt for ISC! Meet us on booth M-214, and discover our research and results through our research paper / research poster / project poster / talk...Full list of our ISC activities
A fast and accurate gem5 trace-driven simulator for multicore systems, developed as part of the Mont-Blanc software tools. Read the description by CNRS's Alejandro Nocua, Florent Bruguier, and Gilles Sassatelli.More information
Hello from Graz
Our partners the University of Graz and AVL welcomed the Mont-Blanc team for a face-to-face meeting in their beautiful home town Graz, in Austria.
Keep in touch!
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Investigating cardiovascular simulations
One of the objectives of the Mont-Blanc project is to assess the behaviour of real applications on Arm platforms. The University of Graz worked on biophysical applications, and specifically on the particularly complex cardiovascular simulations.More information