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EUMaster4HPC is composed of European universities, research/supercomputing centres and industrial partners with the mission of defining a joint curriculum in HPC across Europe

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Luxembourg

The European Processor Initiative (EPI) is a cornerstone of the European initiative towards strategic autonomy in HPC, chip technologies and infrastructure.

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France

EUPEX aims to develop and demonstrate the first European platform for HPC, gathering and integrating European technologies from system architecture, processor, system software and development tools all the way to applications

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France

The European PILOT project (Pilot using Independent, Local and Open Technologies) aims at showcasing an European accelerator, designed, implemented, manufactured, and owned by Europe and based on open source and open standards

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Spain

The project HPCQS aims to integrate two quantum simulators, each controlling about 100+ quantum bits (qubits) in two already existing supercomputers

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Germany

Recent successes have established the potential of parallel-in-time integration as a powerful algorithmic paradigm to unlock the performance of Exascale systems

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Belgium

With exascale systems almost outside our door, we need now to turn our attention on how to make the most out of these large investments towards societal prosperity and economic growth.

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Greece

The eProcessor ecosystem combines open source software (SW) and hardware (HW) to deliver the first completely open source European full stack ecosystem

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Spain

With climate change being described as the greatest threat facing modern humans ever, it’s necessary to develop the tools needed to prepare for its potential future effects. Machine learning can help improve weather and climate modelling.

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United Kingdom

To achieve high performance and high energy efficiency on near-future exascale computing systems, a technology gap needs to be bridged.

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Italy