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The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU)

Research & Innovation Advisory Group (RIAG)

The Research and Innovation Advisory Group (RIAG) is one of two Advisory Groups of the Industrial and Scientific Advisory Board and it shall consist of no more than twelve members, whereof no more than six shall be appointed by the Private Members, and no more than six shall be appointed by the Governing Board. Moreover, the RIAG may include up to six observers proposed by Participating States and appointed by the Governing Board.

This Advisory Group:

  • draws up and regularly update the draft multiannual strategic research and innovation agenda of the EuroHPC JU. This draft agenda identifies research and innovation priorities to support the development of an integrated HPC, quantum computing and data ecosystem in the European Union;
  • provides advice on potential international cooperation activities in research and innovation;
  • issues recommendations to promote training and education priorities for addressing key competences and the skills gap in HPC and quantum computing technologies and applications, in particular for industry;
  • organises public consultations open to all public and private stakeholders having an interest in the fields of HPC and quantum computing to inform them and collect feedback.

 

RIAG Members

Estela SUAREZ (Chair)

University of Bonn & Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC)

Daniele CESARINI (Vice-Chair)

CINECA (Interuniversity Consortium for Automatic Computing in North Eastern Italy)

Rosa BADIA

Barcelona Supercomputing Centre (BSC)

Maike GILLIOT

CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)

Hans-Christian HOPPE

ParTec AG

André MARTINS

University of Lisbon

Jeanette NILSSON

Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE)

Jesse ROBBERS

Quantum Delta NL

Partick van der SMAGT

Volkswagen AG

Bruno TAKETANI

ParTec AG

Sophie Jacqueline Emmanuelle VALCKE

Centre Européen de Recherche et de Formation Avancée en Calcul Scientifique (CERFACS)

Roel WUYTS

IMEC

RIAG Observers

Marco ALDINUCCI

Torino University

Rémi BARBARIN

Atos

Valeria BARTSCH

Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM

Are Magnus BRUASET

Simula Research Laboratory

Anna HERMSEN

TNO

Norbert MEYER

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC)

Martin PALKOVIC

European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)

Antonio PEÑA

Barcelona Supercomputing Centre (BSC)

Craig PRUNTY

SiPearl

Samo STANIC 

University of Nova Gorica

Alba VILLARINO

Multivers Computing

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