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Physics at HLRZ

May 21-23, 1990
HLRZ, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

The HLRZ was founded in 1987 by the German research centers DESY, GMD and KFA in order to promote the method of computer simulation in Germany. In April 1987 the first supercomputer, a CRAY X-MP 48, was installed for the HLRZ in the KFA Jülich. Since July 1989 KFA operates a Cray Y-MP 832 for the HLRZ. Computer time at the CRAY Y-MP is provided free of charge for scientific projects on request.

The main areas of research at the HLRZ focus on elementary particle physics and many-body (solid state) physics. The workshop is dedicated to the presentation of the results obtained in these areas at the HLRZ so far.

Organizing Committee:

H. Rollnik, Bonn
F. Gutbrod, HLRZ
D. Stauffer, HLRZ
K. Binder, Mainz
H.J. Herrmann, Saclay
M. Lüscher, DESY
K. Schilling, Wuppertal


A book containing all contributions is published by Forschungszentrum Jülich.