Shaping Europe’s Digital Future – Bulgarian Presidency event on High Performance Computing – Sofia, 19 April 2018

“Shaping Europe’s Digital Future – High Performance Computing for Extreme Scale Scientific and Industrial Applications” is a Bulgarian Presidency event on High Performance Computing. It will take place on 19 April 2018 at the National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria and it is co-organized with the European Commission.


This event aims to raise awareness on the role of High Performance Computing (HPC) in transforming Europe’s digital future by providing solutions to a wide range of societal, scientific, and industrial challenges. Specific targets include the role of HPC in personalized medicine and in understanding the human brain and the link of HPC with other emerging computing paradigms, such as quantum computing.

The event will also address how the proposal of the European Commission on the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking will impact the European scientific, economic and societal developments -including digital skills, focusing on the wider area of South and Eastern Europe.
Bulgarian high-level government representative, together with Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, and Thierry Breton, CEO Atos will open this one-day event that will gather more than 250 scientists and industrialists as well as representatives of ministries from the South and Eastern Europe.

The conference programme can be consulted by clicking here >>

Registrations are free of charge and mandatory. Click here to register >>

Please book your hotel as soon as possible to get the best rate.  The list of hotels within walking distance (5-30 min) from the National Palace of Culture can be found by clicking here >>

More details will be available soon on the Bulgarian Presidency dedicated website.

Organizer Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the European Commission
Contact information European Commission – DG CONNECT
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