Overview participation - EuroHPC
On these pages, the team of Primeur Magazine keeps you up to date on the EuroHPC developments. EuroHPC is a joint collaboration between European countries and the European Union about developing and supporting exascale supercomputing by 2022/2023. The EuroHPC declaration, signed on March 23 2017 signed by 7 countries marked the beginning of EuroHPC and of this portal.
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The 8 hosting sites will be located in Sofia (Bulgaria), Ostrava (Czechia), Kajaani (Finland), Bologna (Italy), Bissen (Luxembourg), Minho (Portugal), Maribor (Slovenia), and Barcelona (Spain). In total, 19 of the 28 countries participating in the Joint Undertaking will be part of the consortia operating the centres. Together with EU funds, it represents a total budget of 840 million euro. The exact funding arrangements for the new supercomputers will be reflected in hosting agreements that will be signed soon.
The systems in Barcelona (Spain), Bologna (Italy), and Kajaani (Finland) will host pre-exascale systems.
In the Spanish consortium, also Portugal and Turkey participate. In the Italian Consortium also Slovenia and Hungary participate. In the Finnish consortium, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland participate.
The quest for European HPC research and innovation funding
Almere, 2019-08-09 - All H2020 funding for HPC has been transferred to EuroHPC, has it not? All EuroHPC projects are funded fifty-fifty by EuroHPC and participating countries, are they not? The answers may come as a surprise to you: there is still a considerable amount of HPC funding that surfaced in H2020 and for some research projects the EuroHPC funding is 100%. To help you in your quest to find the right HPC funding opportunity we have compiled a list of all open and future EuroHPC and H2020 HPC Calls. Read further...
Which countries match the EuroHPC budget for the open Research and Innovation calls?
Almere, 2019-07-26 - The EuroHPC grants will only cover 50% of a project proposal's budget. Each partner in an accepted project proposal must pay the other 50% from other sources. The general idea is the countries' national research and development programmes cover this. For the calls that opened yesterday, about half of the participating EuroHPC countries already know if they will make money available, and whether that amount has a maximum or not. Yes, it is complicated. About half of the countries do not know yet. This makes it very difficult for organisations to start working in an international consortium on preparing proposals as the first call already closes in November. Read further...
First EuroHPC research and innovation calls are now open for submission
Luxembourg, 2019-07-25 - The EuroHPC JU calls for proposals opened today July 25, 2019. The first "Call - Towards Extreme Scale Technologies and Applications" will have a budget of 55 million euro and close on January 14, 2010. The second "Call - Innovating and Widening the HPC use and skills base" will have a budget of 40 million euro and close on November 14, 2019. Read further...
Hungary joins Italian pre-exascale EuroHPC consortium
Budapest, 2019-07-22 - Hungary is also taking part in the Italian-led consortium that will create one of the world's largest capacity supercomputers in Bologna by mid-2020. Read further...
EuroHPC Research and Innovation calls open July 25 with a total budget of 95 million euro
Luxembourg, 2019-07-19 - The EuroHPC JU will open two calls for proposals on July 25, 2019. The first "Call - Towards Extreme Scale Technologies and Applications" will have a budget of 55 million euro and close on January 14, 2010. The second "Call - Innovating and Widening the HPC use and skills base" will have a budget of 40 million euro and close on November 14, 2019. Read further...
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