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The growing need to process extremely large data sets is one of the main drivers for building exascale HPC systems today.

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Spain

Perfectly aligned with the vision of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, the SparCity project aims at creating a supercomputing framework that will provide efficient algorithms and coherent tools

Project locations
Turkey

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become a mature technology in engineering design, contributing strongly to industrial competitiveness and sustainability

Project locations
France

IO-SEA aims to provide a novel data management and storage platform for exascale computing based on hierarchical storage management (HSM) and on-demand provisioning of storage services.

Project locations
France

In order to enable Exascale computing, next generation interconnection networks must scale to hundreds of thousands of nodes, and must provide features to also allow the HPC, HPDA, and AI applications to reach Exascale, while benefiting from new hardware and software trends.

Project locations
France

DEEP-SEA (“DEEP – Software for Exascale Architectures”) will deliver the programming environment for future European exascale systems, adapting all levels of the software (SW) stack – including low-level drivers, computation and communication libraries, resource management, and programming

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Germany

Cardiovascular diseases are the most frequent cause of death worldwide and half of these deaths are due to cardiac arrhythmia, a disorder of the heart's electrical synchronization system.

Project locations
France

DCoMEX aims to provide unprecedented advances to the field of Computational Mechanics by developing novel numerical methods enhanced by Artificial Intelligence, along with a scalable software framework that enables exascale computing.

Project locations
Greece

NextSim, which stands for CODA: Next Generation of Industrial Aerodynamic Simulation Code, is a collaborative project that brings together top researchers and industry from Europe to increase the capabilities of current Computational Fluid Dynamics tools

Project locations
Spain

In order to support the expanding demands for processing power from emerging HPC applications, within a pragmatic energy envelope, the future HPC systems will incorporate accelerators.

Project locations
Greece