News & press releases
In the last decades, the level of accuracy of numerical simulations of physical assets within the manufacturing industry has allowed their throughout study and improvement.
We at eFlows4HPC take pride in doing our bit to support the equality and diversity values in the community.
eFlows4HPC features in the latest edition of the ETP4HPC Handbook of European HPC projects that was launched at the end of August this year.
The eFlows4HPC project aims to promote the adoption of heterogeneous architectures based on GPUs, FPGAs, and custom accelerators in the European industry.
Rosa M. Badia is the first researcher to carry out her work in Europe recognized by this award.
One of the key success factors for eFlows4HPC is the quick, easy, and efficient deployment of the created solution across the heterogeneous resources.
Architecture review meeting: Defining the architecture, Pillars’ workflows requirements and evaluation metrics of the eFlows4HPC platform
The second eFlows4HPC general meeting, which took place online on 26 and 28 May 2021, aimed at reviewing the project architecture and setting the ground for important technical work to be done by the various Work Packages.
HPC has been used to provide computational resources, software environments and programming models to enable the execution of large-scale e-science applications.
The eFlows4HPC project hit the ground running with its Kick-off-Meeting, which took place online on 15-16 March 2021.
Funded by the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) and the participating states, the eFlows4HPC project will create a European workflow platform for the design of complex applications that integrate HPC processes, data analytics, and artificial intelligence.