TREX e-Summer School on Quantum Monte Carlo with TurboRVB

07 Jun 2021

Take part in the TREX e-Summer School on Quantum Monte Carlo with TurboRVB

On 12-16 July 2021, TREX is organising a joint e-summer school in partnership with the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA, Italy) and with the Psi-K network. It aims to develop and apply high-performance software solutions for quantum mechanical simulations at the exascale via efficient and portable QMC libraries, and to feed a stronger QMC community of users.
Testimonial Spotlight

11 May 2021

TREX Testimonial Spotlight

Luchon Winter School of the Erasmus Mundus held a training event from 25th of January to 8th of February 2021.

The École des Sciences Avancées de Luchon aims to promote the development of advanced sciences and to enhance interdisciplinary exchange between different sciences. 

Dirk Pleiter

TREX: Creating engineering solutions for exascale

TREX is one of the EC-funded projects aimed to bring together computational and domain scientists, and experts from the HPC and the technology, collaborating to find good solutions which will prepare the TREX applications for the upcoming exascale systems in Europe.

Dirk Pleiter, Professor and Director of PDC at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, provides his perspective on the project and its engineering solutions for exascale.

ETP4HPC handbook 2020

12 Nov 2020

ETP4HPC handbook 2020 released

The 2020 edition of the ETP4HPC Handbook of HPC projects is available. It offers a comprehensive overview over the European HPC landscape that currently consists of around 50 active projects and initiatives. Amongst these is TREX, one of the 14 Centres of Excellence in HPC funded by the European Commission.


21 Oct 2020

Providing the research community with unique exascale computational power instruments to push quantum chemistry simulations a step further

Recently launched under the EU Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, the TREX  is the new HPC Centre of Excellence for quantum chemistry. It tackles the great challenge of enhancing the tools available for the chemistry community to understand the fundamental properties of the matter.