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Apr

24

2018

Webinar: Learn about International Cooperation on High Performance Computing open call

From 15:00 to 16:00
Location: GoToWebinar, Online
 

Join INCOBRA webinar and learn about H2020 open call "International Cooperation on High Performance Computing" which aims to develop strategic partnership in High Performance Computing  (HPC) with Brazil and Mexico to advance the work on HPC applications in domains of common interest. 

Brazilian and Mexican partners will not be funded by the EU and they are expected to participate in the project with their own funding.

The cooperation with Brazil focusses on developing state-of-the-art HPC applications in domains of common interest, such as in eHealth and drug design (e.g., related to diseases such as Zika and Dengue) or energy (e.g., renewables or management of natural resources). Proposals should put emphasis on application development towards exascale performance, develop codes, algorithms, other software tools, big data analytics, and hardware where appropriate.

Experts from the EU Delegation in Brazil will present the call and provide insights on these priority areas of EU-Brazil cooperation. 

Moderator

Speakers

  • Dr. Carlos Oliveira, Ministro-Conselheiro Sociedade de Infomaçao e Mercado Digital, Delegação da União Europeia no Brasil
  • Dario Mazzella (EBN Member Meta Group) will present Fet2rin project, managed by EBN and ECN, explaining how to leverage the impact of FET projects with the aim to help the consortia currently working on the proposal. 

TIME: 3.00pm CET and 10.00 am Brasilia’s time

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Published on 19-04-2018 00:00 by Lana Blagojevic. 696 page views

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