In March 2022, Paris hosted the European High Performance Computing (HPC) Summit. This year, it is heading to Gothenburg, Sweden, between the 20th and 23rd of the same month.
The annual event is designed for all those interested in HPC subjects, from suppliers, to scientific and industrial users and policy makers.
The upcoming edition will have a particular focus on exascale supercomputing, but no details about the current European landscape, as well as present and future opportunities and challenges, will be left out.
The program is already out and is made up of thematic days. The first (20th) will start at lunchtime and will be dedicated to plenary sessions.
The next day, 21st, the theme will be “EuroHPC User Opportunities Day” and will focus, as the name suggests, on opportunities for business, industry and the scientific community. There will also be a session dedicated to digital twins in HPC.
On the 22nd, the doors open to the “EuroHPC JU Scientific Challenges Day”, in which the participants will be able to expect a wide range of sessions, but it is worth highlighting the one on user preparation for the Exascale era, the one on emerging technologies for HPC in Europe, as well as the one of advances in quantum computing already achieved in Europe.
The last day of the summit will only take place during the morning. Two workshops have been prepared in parallel for this “EuroHPC Ecosystem Communities Day”: one on centers of excellence and the other on competence centers.
More information about the program and registration can be found here.