Continuing the previously initiated research under the guidance of Professor Željko Svedružić († April 20, 2023), the scientific team from the University of Rijeka and the Center for Informatics and Computing at the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Croatia, has successfully applied for and secured funding for the implementation of the EHPC-BEN-2023B11-013 project on the LUMI supercomputer. This exceptionally powerful system, the HPE Cray EX, with an installed power of 0.3091 Exaflops, is located at the EuroHPC center CSC in Finland and proudly holds the status of the third most powerful supercomputer globally.
CIR is supporting the development and adoption of the EBSI network at the European level through the project "The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI-NE)""
The objective of the EBSI-NE consortium is to support the development and adoption of the EBSI network at the European level by increasing the number of validator nodes in the production network and the provision of support services for all relevant EBSI stakeholders.
CIR coordinates the establishment of a new, more reliable and efficient ecosystem for scientific publishing through the project "Platform for Democratisation of Academic Publishing (DAP)"
The aim of the platform DAP is to create a democratic, trustworthy and efficient infrastructure for scholarly publishing to support the European Research Area, Open Research Europe and the Digital Europe Programme.
This unique initiative brings together researchers from the Centre for Informatics and Computing at the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) in Zagreb, Croatia, along with experts from NGI Trublo, Moon Code, and HashNET.
CIR was granted access to the Fugaku supercomputer, the second most powerful supercomputer in the world, for the project "Extreme scale eigensolvers for dense and sparse eigenproblems"
The Center for Informatics and Computing (CIR) of the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) in cooperation with the Juelich supercomputer center from Germany and the RIKEN research center from Japan has gained access to the Fugaku supercomputer in Japan, currently the second most powerful supercomputer in the world according to the list of the Top500 fastest computers in the world.
CIR in search for cancer cure through project "Searching for new drug candidates against prostate cancer using the Vini in silico cancer model"
A team of scientists from the Center for Informatics and Computin (CIR) of the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) together with oncologists from KBC Sestre Milosrdnica, under the leadership of Dr. Draška Tomića, uses the Vini application to find new therapies against prostate cancer.
The National Competence Centers in the framework of EuroHPC Phase 2 (EuroCC 2) project started on January 1, 2023 as a continuation of the two-year EuroCC project. During the three years of the project, the network of national competence centers for high-performance computing in 33 member states of EuroHPC JU will be improved, with the aim of providing a portfolio of services adapted to the respective national needs of industry, scientific-academic community and public administration.
In the digitalization of emerging technologies, distributed systems and secure services lead to Smart Industry. In this regard, Blockchain technology has a prominent place by opening up new possibilities and features. BPH initiative wants to create symbiosis and synergy of all stakeholders in order to achieve connection to new digital ecosystems as quickly and efficiently as possible. The establishment of BPH aims to achieve a step forward and prosperity based on individual and general social interests and needs. Become a member of BPH and gain the opportunity to develop new products and services on the Blockchain / DLT technology platform.
By laying wreaths at the monument to Nikola Tesla in Zagreb, organized by the Association Nikola Tesla Genius for the Future and Support of the Mayor of Zagreb and the Director of the Ruđer Bošković Institute on January 7 this year tribute was paid to the great genius, inventor and scientist Nikola Tesla.
The 9th IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA) features its strong interdisciplinary synergy among statistics (via ASA), computing and information/intelligence sciences (via IEEE and ACM), and cross-domain interactions between academia and business for data science and analytics.
10 January 2022 - Members of the project "Scalable High Performance Algorithms for Future Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Systems", funded by the Croatian NSF and led by Davor Davidović, PhD, have been granted access to the EuroHPC supercomputer HPC Vega, located at the Institute of Information Sciences - IZUM in Maribor, Slovenia. Access to the supercomputer was granted through the EuroHPC JU Benchmark and Development Calls.
As part of the FF4EuroHPC project on the Modax machine, modifications were made and mechanical elements were added, as well as design interventions on exterior panels and doors, which are crucial in achieving project results and testing the impact of the heated chamber on the manufactured part.