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A number of European leading Research Organizations (referred as RTOs hereafter) and research supporting organizations, with a long history of scientific and technology collaboration with Japan, are building a consortium for a proposal focusing on the development of joint High Performance Computing (HPC) applications for future generations of supercomputing...

EuroHPC Joint Undertaking is deploying a European-wide High-performance Computing infrastructure, comprising a number of supercomputers, that range from small petascale, to large high-end pre-exascale and exascale systems, topping the relevant global rankings.

To date, part of the responsibilities of the Hosting Entities is the provision of support...

New architectures for Exascale and post-Exascale computers will have massively parallel and heterogeneous processing capabilities that will require the complete redesign and reimplementation of the used algorithms to fully exploit the possibilities of these supercomputers. The objective of the Inno4scale project is to promote the efficient use of European HPC systems by...

Understanding, predicting, and discovering the properties and performance of materials is key to delivering the technologies that power our economy and allow for the sustainable development of our society. For this reason, materials simulations have become one ofthe most intensive and fast growing domains for high-performance computing worldwide, with a recognized European...


ChEESE-2P is the second phase of a successful research project that was coordinated by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center until 2022. It aims to address the multiple challenges posed by geohazards and accurate predictions with the help of exascale computers. The project primarily addresses European institutions responsible for operational monitoring networks but also at hardware...

Understanding, predicting, and discovering the properties and performance of materials is key to delivering the technologies that power our economy and allow for the sustainable development of our society. For this reason, materials simulations have become one of the most intensive and fast-growing domains for high-performance computing worldwide, with a recognized European...

In Astrophysics and Cosmology (A&C) today, High Performance Computing (HPC)-based numerical simulations are outstandinginstruments for scientific discovery. They represent essential tools and theoretical laboratories able to investigate, interpret and understand the physical processes behind the observed sky. For these laboratories, the efficient and effective...

This proposal shapes the next (third) phase of the ESiWACE Centre of Excellence. As the ability to run Earth system models at ~1km resolution efficiently on EuroHPC supercomputers has already been established in previous phases for specific model configurations, and as developments are now picked up by science-driven projects, this proposal will focus on the support of the...

Life Science is turning into a data-driven and HPC dependent research field. BioTeam/Hyperion s 2022 estimates show that 95% of Life Science projects are being dependent on HPC. The rapid response to Covid-19 showed how an EU collaboration between pharma industry, Life Science researchers and supercomputing centres resulted in several newly identified hits now undergoing...

For many centuries, scientific discovery relied on performing experiments and the subsequent deduction of new theoretical models.The advent of powerful computers, coupled with new and ever more efficient numerical algorithms, makes it possible to simulate complex systems with increasing realism, and to automatize even model discovery using artificial intelligence (AI)...

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