New CoE RAISE focusses on research in AI- and Simulation-Based Engineering

RAISE, a new HPC Centre of Excellence, is developing new workflows to analyse and process big data on future exascale HPC systems >> Read More

There are 15 European Centres of Excellence (CoEs) for High Performance Computing (HPC) applications that were selected following the calls under the European Research Infrastructures.
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This overview illustrates the various ways in which EU HPC projects work on supercomputing applications to help contain the corona virus pandemic.
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Browse throught the CoE’s use cases, where codes and machines of the CoEs are used to get state-of-the-art solutions of typical domain-specific problems. >> Read More

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Each story shows a successful experiment that is a result of a  cooperation between one of the HPC CoE projects and one or more partners from industry, society or science.
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CoEs at Teratec Forum 2021 and ISC21

With the support of FocusCoE, a number of HPC CoEs will give short presentations at the virtual PRACE booth in the following two HPC-related events: Teratec Forum 2021 and ISC2021 that will take place towards the end of this month. See the schedule below for more details.

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EoCoE: Performance Portability on HPC Accelerator Architectures with Modern Techniques: The ParFlow Blueprint

Objectives are to achieve performance portability developing and applying the ParFlow eDSL including support for coupled simulations where ParFlow is used in combination with other independently developed terrestrial models such as land-surface and atmospheric models. Multi-vendor support (i.e. performance portability) is preferred to guarantee compatibility with different supercomputer architectures.

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