The Netherlands has become the eleventh member of the LUMI consortium, which hosts the LUMI supercomputer – Europe's flagship supercomputer – at CSC’s data center in Kajaani, Finland.

LUMI is fully operational and provides unprecedented computing resources, including those for artificial intelligence computing, for the benefit of European researchers from academia, industry and SMEs. Researchers and companies in the Netherlands will have their own national share of LUMI's computing resources. The same applies to the Czech Republic, one of the founding members of the LUMI consortium. In addition, users located in any EU Member State or Horizon 2020 associated country can apply for a share of the LUMI resources through dedicated calls from the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking.

Read more about the LUMI supercomputer here and the LUMI consortium press release here.