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As of 31 March, 2022, FocusCoE has successfully completed its project activities, which have supported the EU HPC CoEs by enhancing their interaction with industry, facilitating inter HPC CoE collaboration, and strengthening their position in the European HPC ecosystem.
Mitigating the Impacts of Climate Change: How EU HPC Centres of Excellence Are Meeting the Challenge
In this article, you can learn how the EU HPC Centres of Excellence are mitigating the impacts of climate change.
On March 17th, FocusCoE participated in a live AI for Media Web Café alongside the three Centres of Excellence: RAISE, CoEC, and HiDALGO. The virtual session brought together the CoEs working in AI sectors to explain how HPC technologies can help AI. In all, over 40 participants from industry and research joined the hour and a half café.
Proton Dynamics Mass spectrometry has revolutionized proteomics, i.e. the investigation of the myriad of protein/protein interactions in the cell. By using a very small sample content of proteins (usually in the micromolar concentration), a powerful implementation of the technique, so-called ionization/ion mobility mass spectrometry (ESI/IM-MS), can measure stoichiometry, shape and subunit architecture of protein and protein complexes in the gas phase.
On March 2, 2022 FocusCoE hosted Intel for a workshop introducing the oneAPI development environment. In all, over 40 researchers representing the EU HPC Centres of Excellence (CoEs) were able to attend the single day workshop to gain an overview of OneAPI.
POP and PerMed Centers of Excellence are Getting Cell-Level Simulations Ready for Exascale Collaboration of CoEs workflow Success story # Highlights: Industry sector: Computational biology Key codes used: PhysiCell Keywords:
EoCoE: Performance Portability on HPC Accelerator Architectures with Modern Techniques: The ParFlow Blueprint
Performance Portability on HPC Accelerator Architectures with Modern Techniques: The ParFlow Blueprint A Use Case by Short description Rapidly changing heterogeneous supercomputer architectures pose a great challenge to many scientific