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  • Featured ImagePRACE on the Road (Press Releases)

    PRACE presented lively, entertaining and informative booths at the Sofia Science Festival in Bulgaria from 14 to 17 May and at the Project Information and Dissemination Event (PRIDE) in Croatia from 25 to 29 May 2015. These events reached out to young people and the general public informing them of the benefits of High Performance Computing and the activities of PRACE.


  • Featured ImageScientific Programmer NeSI (Job vacancies)

    A unique opportunity to work within New Zealand’s National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI). As part of a collaborative national team, they provide expert scientific programming services to research teams around the country, using one of NeSI’s High Performance Computer systems.


  • Featured ImageApplications Support Specialist NeSI (Job vacancies)

    A unique opportunity to work within New Zealand’s National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI). As part of a collaborative national team, they provide expert application support services to research teams around the country, using one of NeSI’s High Performance Computer systems.


  • Featured ImageApplications Support Specialist NeSI (PT) (Job vacancies)

    A unique opportunity to work within New Zealand’s National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI). As part of a collaborative national team, they provide expert application support services to research teams around the country, using one of NeSI’s High Performance Computer systems.


  • Featured ImagePRACEdays15: HPC Brings Industry and Academia Together (Press Releases)

    PRACEdays15, which ran from 26 to 28 May in Dublin, Ireland, marked another successful edition of the annual PRACE Scientific and Industrial Conference. The Irish Centre for High End Computing hosted the conference and satellite events locally and, with this year’s theme being “Enable Science Foster Industry”, attracted close to 200 experts from academia and industry. The two satellite events focussing on Women in HPC and Exascale European projects proved very popular on 25 and 26 May and the EESI2 Project held its final conference on 28 and 29 May to round off the week. The PRACE User Forum invited all participants to an Open Session on Wednesday afternoon.


  • Featured ImagePRACE supercomputers help researchers calculate mass difference between neutrons and protons (Press Releases Success stories)

    With the help of PRACE HPC resources, a team of physicists from France, Germany, and Hungary headed by Zoltán Fodor, a researcher from Wuppertal, has successfully calculated the tiny neutron-proton mass difference. The results of this research, published in the 27 March 2015 edition of Science, are considered a milestone by many physicists and confirm the theory of the strong interaction.


  • Open applications for program “Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC) (Announcements)

      The Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC) is an innovative degree program that prepares students for exciting careers in the fast-growing field of HPC. Set in the stimulating research environment of its co-organizer institutions, SISSA and ICTP, the program combines lectures with hands-on and applied projects to prepare future HPC specialists for academia and industry. MHPC […]


  • Featured Image4th PRACE Implementation Phase Project Kick Off Meeting (Press Releases)

    On 1 February 2015 the PRACE-4IP project began and a kick-off meeting open for project participants took place on the VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava campus in Ostrava on 28-29 April 2015. PRACE aisbl and its Members collaborate in the PRACE-4IP project, which is a 27 month project funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project is coordinated by Forschungzentrum Jülich (JUELICH) on behalf of PRACE aisbl.

    PRACE-4IP is designed to build on and seamlessly continue the successes of the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) and start new innovative and collaborative activities that fit with the main objectives of the PRACE-4IP project