The EuroHPC Declaration is an agreement in which the signatory countries commit to work together and with the European Commission for acquiring and deploying an integrated world-class High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure. The EuroHPC Declaration was originally launched in March 2017 and signed by France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. Belgium, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Greece and Croatia have joined them in this effort ever since.
The Czech Republic has signed the EuroHPC declaration in January 2018, becoming the 14th country to participate in the joint national and European effort to build together world-class computing and data infrastructures in Europe. Information on the European Commission webpage:
Invitation to the course Advanced OpenMP Programming – Host Performance and Accelerator Offloading (28-29/11/2018)
When: Wednesday 28 November 2018, 9.30am – 29 November 2018, 3.30pm Where: campus VŠB-TUO in […]
1st Open Call for Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer Experiments within the project TETRAMAX
The overall goal of an Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer Experiment (TTX) is to mobilize, challenge and […]
15th Open Access Grant Competition
Announced regularly three times a year for employees of research institutions, scientific and educational organizations. […]
8th PRACE SHAPE Call for Applications for SMEs
The Eight Call for Applications to SHAPE opened on Monday 1 October 2018 with a […]
Extension of the open call for SMEs to engage in the InnoHPC Lab platform
Extension of the open call for SMEs to engage in the InnoHPC Lab platform
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