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High-fidelity simulations using supercomputers play a key role in aerospace and automotive design for reducing the number of ground and in-flight tests. The mesh lies at the heart of the simulation: it reproduces the geometry using elements that, for engineering applications, are required to be curved (high-order).

This project exploits geometric...

The European community requires early stage researchers (ESRs) who can work across the boundaries of traditional disciplines, integrating experimental and in silico approaches to understand and manage complex multifactorial disorders. This training network utilises intervertebral disc degeneration (LDD) leading to low back pain (LBP) as a relevant application for data...

The Center of Excellence in Combustion (CoEC) is a collective effort to exploit Exascale computing technologies to address fundamental challenges related to combustion technologies. The CoEC vision is aligned with the decarbonization goals ofthe European power and transport sectors and the European roadmap to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The consortium...

Personalised Medicine (PerMed) opens unexplored frontiers to treat diseases at the individual level combining clinical and omics information. However, the performances of the current simulation software are still insufficient to tackle medical problems such as tumour evolution or patient-specific treatments. The challenge is to develop a sustainable roadmap to scale-up the...

Digital twins, along with the Internet of Things and Edge computing , are expected to play a decisive role in the nextdecade s industrial markets (Industry 4.0) enabling dramatic improvements in complex systems design and operation.However, this technology has not been yet widely implemented, since it requires the collaboration of experts in multiple fieldsand costly...

The EXSCALATE4CoV (E4C) project aims to exploit the most powerful computing resources currently based in Europe to empowersmart in-silico drug design. Advanced Computer-Aided Drug Design (CADD) in combination with the high throughput biochemicaland phenotypic screening will allow the rapid evaluation of the simulations results and the reduction of time for the discovery ofnew...

The HBP is now poised to start the last of four multi-year work plans, which will take it to the end of its original incarnation asan EU Future and Emerging Technology Flagship. Our plan is that the end of the Flagship will see the start of a new life forthe HBP, as an enduring European scientific research infrastructure, EBRAINS, that is on the European Strategy Forum on...

The MareNostrum Experimental Exascale Platform (MEEP) is a flexible FPGA-based emulation platform that will explore hardware/software co-designs for Exascale Supercomputers and other hardware targets, based on European-developed IP. MEEP provides two very important functions:

  • An evaluation platform of pre-silicon IP and ideas, at speed and scale and
  • A...

The DeepLIM study has two technical goals:

  • understanding, developing and exploiting the use of Generative Artificial Intelligence to improve and augment datasets acquired via observation campaigns, or generated by computationally intensive models.
  • improving the state of the art models that are in use to perform Inversion Modelling with the use of Deep...

CompBioMed2 is a proposal for the second phase of the Computational Biomedicine Centre of Excellence (CoE), CompBioMed, an outward facing CoE comprising members from academia, industry and the healthcare sector. CompBioMed has established itself as a hub for practitioners in the field, successfully nucleating a substantial body of research, education, training, innovation and...

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