The ‘PRACE Industry Access Track’ represents a new chapter in the evolution of PRACE as a major partner in Europe supporting excellence in research through HPC. Historically rooted in science with billions of core hours awarded since 2010, PRACE continues to widen its scope to foster the inclusion of purely industrial applications in its 19th Call for Proposals for Project Access, reserving 10% of the total resources in each Call.
PRACE is very pleased to announce that, following the 9th Call for applications to SHAPE, five more SMEs will be able to start working with PRACE to gain access to HPC expertise and resources, expand their HPC experience and ultimately enhance their business. Of these five SMEs, one is from Poland and one from Luxembourg, both countries new to SHAPE. Two of the projects are from start-up companies.
Now it is time to wrap up the PRACE activities during a dynamic week at SC19 from 18 to 22 November 2019 in Denver, Colorado, USA. The PRACE booth was opened with a Welcome Talk by Serge Bogaerts, PRACE Managing Director, on Monday evening. He gave a brief overview of PRACE and invited the visitors to attend the different mini-presentations during the exhibition days at the PRACE booth and to participate in the BoF “European HPC Ecosystem Summit” on Thursday 22 November 2019.
PRACE is delighted to receive the HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Award, in the category Workforce Diversity Leadership for its PRACE Ada Lovelace Award in HPC at the 2019 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19), in Denver, Colorado. Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications, publisher of HPCwire, personally handed over the award to PRACE.
CEA Researchers using PRACE resources receive HPCwire Editors’ Choice – Best Use of HPC in Life Sciences Award
The distinguished HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Award, in the category Best Use of HPC in Life Sciences was presented to PRACE, CEA and GENCI at the 2019 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19), in Denver, Colorado. Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications, publisher of HPCwire, personally handed over the award to PRACE.
On this page you can find a collection of excerpts of PRACE awarded projects published on the GCS website.
Cerebrovascular accidents (CVA) are caused by a perturbation in the blood supply of the brain leading to a quick loss of cerebral functions, that is very often lethal. There are two categories of CVA: ischemic CVA (80% cases) resulting from the occlusion of a cerebral artery and haemorrhagic CVA (20% cases) provoked by a bleeding vessel.
Architectures of future PRACE Petascale systems are taking shape