On 13 October 2017 the European declaration on high-performance computing (HPC) was signed in Sofia by Bulgarian Minister of Education and Science, Krasimir Valchev, in the presence of Commissioner Gabriel. Bulgaria is the tenth Member State who is joining the European effort to build the next generation of computing and data infrastructures. Read the full story here.
A week later, Switzerland became the eleventh signatory of the declaration. Switzerland’s broad experience in HPC will further strengthen Europe’s efforts to build the next generation of computing and data infrastructures. Indeed “Piz Daint”, a Swiss supercomputer, recently became the world’s third most powerful supercomputer. Read the full story here.
The EuroHPC declaration was originally launched and signed in Rome in March 2017 during the Digital Day.