This overview is a mapping of scientific publications in Denmark that included computational resources from a DeiC national HPC facility (Computerome, ABACUS2.0 and Kulturarvsclusteret).
- Overview of scientific publications - sorted by year: PUB_YEAR
- Overview of scientific publications - sorted by JIF: PUB_JIF
- A description of the HPC-facilities in DK can be found here: National Supercomputing in Denmark
- Who found their way to the National supercomputers? This is described in this PODCAST
- How to Bring Value of Domain Specific Big Data in an Interdisciplinary Way? A Software Landscape.
A "Deep Dive" into the 290 publications in order to discover the software tools used.
Registration of Publications
- Is your scientific publication not on the list? Please register here: PUB_REGISTRATION
- Did you acknowledge the DeiC national HPC facility in your paper? Instruction Acknowledgements
High Performance Computing (HPC) has been accessible on a National level for the universities since 2014. An analysis was made, based on collection of scientific publications from the National HPC-facilities, in order to highlight the scientific output for the period 2015-2017. See the results in the sections below.
- COUNT AND OVERVIEW OF DISCIPLINES - A 5-fold increase in the count of publications from 2015-2017
- DIVERSITY AND INTERNATIONAL RANKING - 290 publications in 168 different journals (Eight in "Nature")
- COLLABORATION PATTERNS - Nationally, Internationally and with Industry
- "Research Results from DeiC National Supercomputing" - Presentation at the DeiC Conference 2018
The analysis for 2015-2017 was made in collaboration with the National HPC centers. We will like to acknowledge Myhanh Nguyen, Spela Zajec and Wendy Engelberts for coordinating the contact to the HPC users. Furthermore, Jeannette Ekstrøm is acknowledged for participating in collection of bibliographical data. The analysis was made by Birgitte Vedel Thage, DeiC National eScience Center.