Hall 3, 19/09/2019 (16:00-17:15)
Booth: HPC & QUANTUM
High Performance Computing
The EuroHPC JU 2019 R&I calls will support the development of a sustainable HPC ecosystem in Europe by addressing on the one hand the technology supply to develop next generation power-efficient and highly resilient HPC and data technologies and on the other to scale up applications with tangible scientific, social and industrial value, such as climate change; clean and efficient energy; etc.
EuroHPC-01-2019 Extreme scale computing and data driven technologies
EuroHPC-02-2019 HPC and data centric environments and application platforms
EuroHPC-03-2019 Industrial software codes for extreme scale computing environments and applications
The Calls will also boost HPC capacity building and widening HPC use in Europe. Calls will support the establishment of National HPC Competence Centres across Europe will also stimulate the innovation potential of European SMEs by facilitating and fostering wider use of advanced HPC services.
EuroHPC-04-2019 National HPC Competence Centres
EuroHPC-04-2019 Networking & Coordination of National HPC Competence Centres (CSA)
EuroHPC-05-2019 Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs
A complementary call for supporting HPC Centres of Excellence will promote the use of upcoming exascale and extreme performance computing capabilities
INFRAEDI-05-2020: Centres of Excellence in exascale computing
FETFLAG-04-2020: Quantum Flagship - ERA-NET Cofund
The aim of the Research and Innovation Action (RIA) is to support the networking and coordination of national activities in support of the Quantum Flagship by implementing a joint call for proposals resulting primarily in grants to third parties with EU co-funding in this area. Of importance is how the ERA-NET addresses the gaps in the Strategic Research Agenda, not covered by the Flagship activities.
FETFLAG-05-2020: Complementary call on Quantum Computing
The challenge of the Research and Innovation Action (RIA) is to kick-start a European industry in quantum computers compatible with the fabrication techniques of the semiconductor industry, by achieving breakthroughs in miniaturization and scalability of quantum computing devices of high-quality qubits. Moreover, Europe needs quantum software environments for quantum computers in order to address concrete industrial and scientific applications with expected quantum advantage.
FETFLAG-06-2020: International Cooperation on Quantum Technologies
The Coordination and Support Action (CSA) should deliver a roadmap for international cooperation that outlines where Europe’s strengths are, the competences missing in Europe, and in which of the target regions those can be found. Target countries are the USA, Canada and Japan.
FETFLAG-07-2020: Training and Education on Quantum Technologies
The Coordination and Support Action (CSA) should propose a pilot programme that aims to develop a quality-controlled educational master programme for quantum engineering and industrial applications of pan-European reach. It should be developed and launched in close cooperation with the relevant European industry players in order to provide a programme that addresses concrete industry needs in quantum technologies.
Recording of the session
Coordinator: Juan PELEGRIN (EUROPEAN COMMISSION, European Commission DG Connect, Unit C2. High Performance Computing & Quantum Technology, Luxembourg), Evangelia MARKIDOU (European Commission, DG CNECT, Luxembourg)
Track: FET, Innovation & EOSC
3 Presentations: Submit your own
- HPC application and technology development across the Digital Continuum - the priorities of European HPC application and technology research – ETP4HPC’s Strategic Research Agenda 2019
- IBM Research - Ireland High Performance Computing
- EuroHPC Workplan 2019
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