InnoHPC - Online Newsletter 02/2019


Dear reader,

Dear reader, after two and a half years the InnoHPC is approaching a conclusion. Our activities managed to contribute towards not only awareness raising but also to better cooperation between SMEs and HPC centers/providers. Important steps were taken to initiate a new level of collaboration in the respected field.

Overall, the project achieved some important milestones and provided the readers with an important result: the book published that is a comprehensive trans-national analysis with national case studies on HPC. The book titled GO WITH THE FLOW contribute towards dissemination and industrial innovation in the Danube region. Additionally, a new initiative was formed, in the shape of the InnoHPC LAB, with partners agreeing on continuation of joint work in the field of HPC with the aim to bring HPC closer to SMEs also in the Danube region.

All the best,
InnoHPC team




We are proud to inform you, the project InnoHPC was one of the two projects that were endorsed by the DTP to compete at this years competition

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On 7th of June, European Commission selected 8 supercomputing centers across the continent to host the EuroHPC supercomputing infrastructure.


Supercomputers will be located in Bulgaria, Finland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic (Ostrava, InnoHPC Partner IT4I as hosting institution) and Slovenia (University of Maribor). 


For more info, visit HERE.





InnoHPC pilot projects were held in Budapest (Hungary) , Bucharest (Romania) and Ljubljana Slovenia).


To read more about them, please visit:

- Project Workshop in Budapest

- Project Workshop im Bucharest

- Project Workshop in Ljubljana






On 24. 06. 2019 the FInal Event of InnoHPC Project took place in Timisoara at the West University of Timisoara.


There are over 40 attending partners, stakeholders and interested actors. 


Red more about it HERE.


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