InnoHPC - High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region

High performance computing (HPC) is an emerging general-purpose technology. It can improve framework conditions for innovations by drastically increasing effectiveness of innovations and reducing product development time.

The main objective of InnoHPC is to create transnational HPC laboratory for co-designing knowledge-intensive innovative products with high value-added in transnational value-chains. Key outputs are transnational InnoHPC Lab pooling regional HPC infrastructure and competencies, web platform providing HPC access, integrated services and capacity building tools, and sustainability toolkit, to support durability of InnoHPC Lab beyond the project.

InnoHPC targets SMEs and clusters, providing the opportunity to increase efficiency of innovations and join transnational value-chains in the Danube region. Higher education and research institutions with HPC will get access to exciting real-life cases and opportunities to exploit their entrepreneurial potential. Policy-makers and business support organizations will receive a valuable institutional support for their policies and initiatives.

Photo: InnoHPC project team at 1st Partner meeting in Novo mesto

InnoHPC project is a pioneering effort to improve framework conditions for innovation by providing unique institutional and technological infrastructure, designed specifically to pool and exploit HPC infrastructure on a transnational level. InnoHPC will join 18 partner from across the Danube in order to reach the widest audiences.

 

High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2054600
ERDF Contribution: 1455540
IPA Contribution: 290870
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Innovative and socially responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Improve framework conditions for innovation

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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Faculty of Information studies in Novo mesto Lead partner borut.roncevic@fis.unm.si Slovenia
Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding ERDF partner marius.mitroi@uefiscdi.ro Romania
RISC Software GmbH ERDF partner thomas.ponweiser@risc-software.at Austria
Research Centre Regional and Global Development ERDF partner yanakiev@pims.org Bulgaria
University of Rijeka, Center for Advanced Computing and Modelling ERDF partner zlatan.car@uniri.hr Croatia
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Project News

  • InnoHPC - The announcement of the event InnoHPC Workshop in SLovenia 13. 9 .2017
    - 11-08-2017

    Establishing a supportive environment for encouraging the Increasing of the industrial use of high-computing performance in Slovenia.   Date: September 13, 2017 Place: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia - Hall F, Dimičeva 13,...

  • InnoHPC - InnoHPC poster printed in A3 by all partners
    - 27-06-2017
  • InnoHPC - information leaflet is now out!
    - 27-06-2017

    It is essential that all visual appearance and communication at project level reflect the global objective of the Danube Transnational Programme of promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion in the Danube region. This aim is put in...

  • InnoHPC - we are conductiong a Regional HPC Benchmark.
    - 22-06-2017

    The Regional Benchmark is a systematic assessment of availability and access to HPC infrastructure, of the levels of awareness, HPC providers and competence centres, as well as needs and usage of HPC among enterprises, particularly SMEs, which...

  • InnoHPC - LP TEAM JOINS RSA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017
    - 13-06-2017

    During the period of 4 th – 7 th June 2017, the Faculty of Information Studies Team presented the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme: InnoHPC - High-Performance Computing For Effective Innovation In The Danube Region at the RSA Annual...

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Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)