The first call for regular access to EuroHPC resources has been opened - the deadline for submitting proposals is 3 December 2021, 10:00 Central European Time. You can find more about regular access to EuroHPC resources on the "EuroHPC resources" subpage.
Research topic: Mutualistic Symbiosis of Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Ledger Technologies for Social Good Applications in Human–Machine Ecosystems
One year of work on the establishment of the Croatian Competence Center for High Performance Computing
The project “National Competence Centres in the Framework of EuroHPC” – EuroCC, which establishes the Croatian Center for Competence for High Performance Computing, marked the first year of work on establishing networks of national competence centers for high performance computing in 33 member states of the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU).
The Flemish Supercomputer Center (VSC) is, on 7th October, organizing a first VSC Lunch Session. The topic will be AI meets HPC. Two use cases are presented: Kurt De Grave of Flanders Make on AI and the manufacturing industry, Michael Sluydts of ePotentia on AI and materials research. Kenneth Hoste of VSC/UGent will then talk about artificial intelligence and GPUs.
During this two-day online Bootcamp, participants will learn about multiple GPU programming models and can choose the one that best fits their needs to run their scientific codes on GPUs. This Bootcamp will cover an introduction to GPU programming using OpenACC, OpenMP, stdpar and CUDA C, and provides hands-on opportunities to learn how to analyse GPU-enabled applications using NVIDIA® Nsight™ Systems.
New resources for high-performance computing are available to the Croatian academic community: a call has been opened for access to the first EuroHPC supercomputer Vega.
As part of FF4euroHPC, a European initiative to make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises to access high-performance computers (HPCs) and related technologies, funding has been approved for the "Multi-head Additive Manufacturing with Optimal HPC Thermal Stabilization (AMOTS)" experiment. The holder of the AMOTS experiment is Mikrotvornica, a domestic company specializing in prototyping and small production batches using 3D printers, which will implement the experiment in cooperation with the Ruđer Bošković Institute and the Center for Informatics and Computing and the Rijeka company Yotta Advanced Computing, from which you will gain experience and professional support in the application of HPC technology for successful project execution.
Welcome to the first issue of our EuroCC Newsletter! Here you will find updates about systems, events and more – directly from the National Competence Centres in High-Performance Computing (NCCs for HPC)
Stitching Smart Everything into Smart Life
The smart world is set to enhance everyday things with abilities of sensation, communication, computation and intelligence so that many tasks and processes could be simplified, efficient, and enjoyable. It consists of numerous "smart things" that can be endowed with different levels/forms of intelligence and be connected together for a network level of intelligence. At the same time, the fairness and ethics in utilizing such an intelligence is of extreme importance. Research on ubiquitous and trustworthy smart world is an emerging research field covering many interdisciplinary areas that benefits humanity and will have significant societal impacts.