A new report prepared jointly by the European Commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB) InnovFin Advisory shows that the use of supercomputing for industrial and commercial applications in Europe has grown rapidly in recent years.
This webinar, organised by DG Connect, took place on 25 January. It was meant for all those interested in funding for health research, big data, cloud and High Performance Computing (HPC). The presentation slides and recording are now available.
The 'targeted stakeholder consultation' on the Common European initiative on High Performance Computing (HPC) was held from 3 August to 5 September 2017. You will find below the responses of participants and stakeholders who gave their consent to publication as well as a synopsis report analysing the results of this public consultation.
HPC is at the core of major advances and innovation in the digital age. It dramatically increases our ability to process large amounts of big data and carry out complex computations, which is critical for a large number of scientific or industrial domains. HPC is also a critical tool for understanding and responding to citizens’ increasing concerns in modern societies.
The last phase of Horizon 2020, the EU's Research and Innovation programme, has been launched. Roughly EUR 6 billion out of the overall budget of EUR 30 billion will be spent on research and innovations in the ICT sector. ICT is present in many of the Horizon 2020 areas. This guide is designed to help potential proposers find ICT-related topics across the different parts of H2020 in work programme 2018-20.
The targeted stakeholder consultation on the High Performance Computing (HPC) initiative in Europe and the EuroHPC inception impact assessment ran from 3 August to 5 September 2017. This summary report takes stock of the contributions and presents preliminary trends that emerge from them, focusing on the quantitative aspects of the consultation input.
The EuroHPC initiative gathered all Member States to discuss about the importance of High Performance Computing (HPC) for the digital economy and the necessity of implementing this project at European level.
The EOSC summit organised by the European Commission was an important milestone towards further commitment to the implementation of a digital, rich, reliable and innovative environment for all researchers in Europe, across scientific disciplines.