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JARA-HPC: Modular Zonal Flow Solver (ZFS) becomes member of the High Q Club - more

Search Committees for Future JARA Directors Meet - more

Pause for Thought - more

IRTG Winter School 2015 - more

JARA-BRAIN Scientists Research Friedreich’s Ataxia in EFACTS  - more

First Licence for FET-PET Diagnostic Method - more

JARA-HPC Partition is being successively expanded
Due to the considerable demand for calculating capacity for large-scale computing projects the RWTH Aachen and Forschungszentrum Juelich will alternately increase JARA-HPC's calculating capacity as of November 2014.
Battery and Memory Device in One
Resistive memory cells (ReRAM) are regarded as a promising solution for future generations of computer memories.

Researching Soft Matter
Our modern era, in stark contrast to the prehistoric Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages, is characterized by soft matter. Polymers, colloids, amphiphilic structures, and emulsions are amongst the materials categorized by this term. Scientists are primarily interested in the properties of soft matter in order to develop new applications for its structures.


As part of a cooperation project between RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich (JARA), a new database was created, that provides comprehensive overview of the main research areas in energy of the two institutions.


Human Brain Project
JARA Involved in European Megaproject on Human Brain Simulation
JARA FIT Annual Report
You can download the new JARA-FIT Annual Report 2012 from here. Our last year's scientific progress and our achievements are documented there.