Access to EuroHPC systems
The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU) was established to enable the coordination of efforts and the sharing of resources at European level with the objective of deploying a world-class High Performance (HPC) infrastructure and a competitive innovation ecosystem in supercomputing technologies, applications and skills in Europe.
The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU) has acquired pre-exascale and petascale supercomputers (the EuroHPC supercomputers) which will be located at and operated by supercomputing centres (Hosting Entities) in the Union.
Once these systems come online, the Joint Undertaking will manage the Union’s access time (from 35% up to 50% of their total capacity) of these supercomputers.
From April 2021, access time will be allocated to European scientific, industrial and public sector users, matching their demanding application requirements, according to the principles stated in the EuroHPC JU Council Regulation and the JU’s Access Policy.
More information on upcoming calls are available here: