15 March 2019
The most recent workshop in the BDEC2 series was held in Kobe, Japan at RIKEN Center for Computational Science from 19 to 21 February 2019. This first workshop of this year, which addressed the topic “Platforms for the Digital Continuum”, gathered more than 70 participants – the EU HPC ecosystem was represented thanks to the EXDCI-2 project.
23 May 2018
The third issue of the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA 3) has been issued within the EXDCI project. Its publication has been made possible by the funding available within EXDCI. The preparation of this document was one of the tasks of the project.
27 November 2017
Do you want to participate in the European HPC Summit Week 2018 with a workshop? Following the success of previous editions, EXDCI is pleased to announce an open call for workshops for HPC stakeholders (institutions, service providers, users, communities, vendors and consultants) to shape and contribute to the European HPC Summit Week 2018 (EHPCSW18), that will take place from 28 May to 1 June in Ljubljana, Slovenia.EXDCI Call for workshops 2018, Application Form
15 November 2017
EXDCI collaborates with other international members of the HPC ecosystem.
17 October 2017
EXDCI has participated in the elaboration of ETP4HPC’s 2017 Handbook of European HPC Projects that has just been released. This professional publication includes up-to-date details of all the European HPC Projects covering the complete European HPC ecosystem. The handbook gives special emphasis to their international collaboration potential.
11 October 2017
In the video below you will understand the major achievements of the EXDCI project. This video was recorded during a face-to-face meeting we organized in Bologna and the major contributors to this European project try to summarize in only 3 minutes the major outcome of EXDCI:
07 September 2017
EXDCI holds an event with the objective in disseminating the future path of HPC, trends, challenges and innovations of the next HPC generation
With over 100 attendees and organized jointly with the ACM Europe community, it will gather HPC academia and industry, students and ACM members worldwide
06 July 2016
Missed our presentation from EXDCI during ISC2016? Watch it here:
29 June 2016
EXDCI is pleased to announce an open call for HPC stakeholders (institutions, service providers, users, communities, vendors and consultants) to shape and contribute the ongoing European HPC Summit Week event series, hosted by EXDCI. This conference series started its first edition in 2016 with the organization of the European HPC Summit Week 2016 that was held in Prague, Czech Republic. The aim of the European HPC Summit Week series is to gather all related European initiatives and actors related to HPC in a single week.European HPC Summit Week: Open Call
09 May 2016
Missed the first day of EXDCI workshop? See a summary video here with some of the key moments:
21 April 2016
EXDCI is gathering inputs of the Centers of Excellence and the EU FET HPC projects, in order to foster collaboration, share knowledge, vision and needs of the EU HPC ecosystem and prepare the future. The EXDCI team has designed a questionnaire for this purpose and has organised, on Friday the 15th of April, a webinar dedicated to its presentation, as well as to answer questions of the community. The presentation has been recorded and is now available online:
18 April 2016
The European HPC event called International Supercomputing Conference 2016 (ISC2016) will take place from 19-23 June 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany.
For the first time, you will be able to find us on the exhibition floor at the European Exascale Project booth #1340. EXDCI related projects will participate with the different activities summarized in the table below
29 March 2016
The EXDCI project has helped secure a residence for two leading European artists to deliver high-impact artwork to present Exascale computing in a novel, thought-provoking way to a wide audience, enhancing the more typical Horizon 2020 dissemination activities and publicity channels. The residence has been established through the EU project Future Emerging Art and Technology (FEAT), which is funding residences for six artists to work with a selection of the current crop of Horizon 2020 R&D projects.
18 March 2016
The 37th edition of the ORAP Forum was dedicated to the evolution of the European HPC landscape and on the return on experience on accelerators and other many-cores architecture. On this occasion, the EXDCI project coordinator, Sergi Girona presented an overview of the EXDCI project. The ORAP forum decided to highlight for its 2016 edition the evolution of the European HPC ecosystem, boosted by initiatives on Exascale and driven by the EC strategy implemented in Horizon 2020. To present this evolution, the ORAP forum ga