RIKEN R-CCS Software Center was founded in 2017 to promote software developed at R-CCS.
The missions of RIKEN R-CCS Software Center are:
– to develop and deploy high quality applications, libraries, programming tools, etc. (called “R-CCS Software”) for many HPC platforms including the K computer and the successor Fugaku.
– to support and collaborate with R-CCS Software users from various fields of science and engineering to improve and enhance the R-CCS software.
Currently we are promoting five software developed by R-CCS and plan to expand the lineup in the near future.
The RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) operates the K computer, and is currently developing the successor Fugaku. We also conduct cutting edge, world-leading research on high performance computing & computational science, and promote their results through open source software.
RIKEN is Japan’s largest comprehensive research institution renowned for high-quality research in a diverse range of scientific disciplines including physics, engineering, chemistry, information science, computational science, bioscience, and medicine. RIKEN serves society by engaging in joint research with universities and corporate partners, and by actively promoting the transfer of intellectual property to the private sector.