Enzian is a research computer built by the Systems Group at ETH Zurich.

As a research computer, Enzian is designed for computer systems software research, rather than any particular commercial workload. An Enzian node has a big server-class CPU closely coupled to a large FPGA, with ample main memory and network bandwidth on both sides.

June 29, 2018

Mothy gave a talk at Dagstuhl

Prof. Mothy Roscoe gave a talk at the Dagstuhl seminar on "Convergence in Networked Systems".

We're hiring! We're looking for great PhD students to work on research projects around Enzian. To apply, contact the Systems Group using the instructions here.

We’re building Enzian to have a platform for our research into operating systems, databases, hardware acceleration, machine learning, networking, and high-performance computing, and because there was nothing comparable out there that we could get hold of otherwise.

If it works, we’d like make Enzian systems available to the rest of the research community. Find out more about it at this site.