Until November 17th, research teams from non-corporate entities dedicated to Advanced Computing, Medical Physics for Emerging Cancer Therapies, Nanomaterials for New Markets, and Space-Earth Interactions can apply for funding up to 50,000 euros.
The event brings together engineers, administrators and managers of technological systems used in laboratories and institutions of Nuclear and High Energy Physics. It will take place between October 31 and November 3, in Sweden.
MACC (Minho Advanced Computing Centre) and the Portuguese Navy are collaborating in a range of initiatives, with the aim to train the Portuguese Navy in HPC.
The motto for the conference is out: european supercomputing in the exascale era. It’s scheduled for early next year, in Sweden.
The four days of IBERGRID, organized at the University of Algarve, have come to an end. The return of the conference was marked by updates on the Iberian and European panorama and the presentation of numerous works that well illustrate the need for these partnerships. See you next year! (And yes, there are already details about the next edition)
Developed by NVIDIA, it uses Artificial Intelligence to elevate collaboration between humans and machines, particularly in healthcare.
High-fidelity simulations allowed to observe quantities that would not otherwise be accessible, contributing to unveiling crucial mechanisms in engineering and natural flows
Seven master’s students participated in the first program organized by Instituto Superior Técnico, with projects related to HPC and technology transfer.
FF4EuroHPC is organizing initiatives that aim to show the results obtained in experiences that have applied HPC technologies in small and medium-sized enterprises, in various sectors. The first workshop is already scheduled. It’ll be about healthcare.
Eleven projects that had applied for the $2 million in Google Cloud Platform credits, made available through a collaboration agreement between FCT and Google, were approved.