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What does HP‐SEE project do?

  • Links HPC facilities in South East Europe in a common Infrastructure and provides operational solutions for it
  • Opens the South East European HPCinfrastructure to a wide range of scientific user communities
  • Offers equal opportunities to all scientists in the region who require HPCresources for their research
  • Enables and provides a high level of HPC expertise in the region
  • Fosters collaboration and provides advanced capabilities to researchers, with an emphasis on strategic groups in Computational Physics, Computational Chemistry and Life Sciences

Why use HPC facilities?

  • HPC enables new science discoveries, industrial and technological advances, innovations in products and services
  • Results obtained by using HPC facilities can be used to improve every day activities
  • HPC has valuable and indispensable economical and societal impact
  • HPC domain offers new job, career and learning opportunities 

Global Collaboration

Sharing of HPC resources, knowledge, expertise and scientific results beyond national and regional scopes further strengthens the human network and accelerates the evelopment of scientific research, technological and industrial advance, modernization and innovation.

Have you ever dreamt about making your mark in the scientific world?

You are a scientist and you need access to high‐performance computing resources for your next big discovery? HP‐SEE can help you connect to local or regional HPC centers and explore the best possibilities together. Get your hands on HPC!

More on: The Fast track access to regional HPC resources for new user communities

Get your hands on HPC!

The HP‐SEE project has opened a continuouscall for proposals for fast track access toHPC resources available in the South‐EastEurope region, targeted at new user communities. Researchers from the region are invited to apply for support in running their scientific applications to resources. Selected applications will be given access to HPCresources and will benefit from the technical support of HP‐SEE experts during a period of two months. 

Don’t ‘speak’ HPC? No problem!

HP‐SEE is offering trainings for potential new users and also current ones. Regional and national trainings are organized regularly. The training curriculum and material are adapted to accommodate the users needs. HP‐SEE training courses meet the expectations of the scientific research communities and the R&D and industrial domains.

More on: The HP-SEE events calendar
 

Knowledge base for all

HP‐SEE created a publicly available content‐rich common knowledge base. HP‐SEE Wiki pages contain the necessary documents as well as public deliverables . All training materials, scientific publications, applications documentation and guides are uploaded here along with other important documents.

More on: The HP-SEE Wiki
 

Improving your business with HPC

If you are interested to benefit from HPC and use it to innovate your products and services, as well as to achieve industrial and technological advances, HP‐SEE can help you start‐up. Our experts can offer you procurement guidelines, HPC centre setup cookbook and training for your HPC system operators and users.

Looking for a role‐model?

HP‐SEE provides proven models, policies and guidelines for establishing national HPC initiatives and long‐lasting international collaboration based on sharing resources and knowledge.

HP-SEE Newsletter, Issue 6

HP-SEE newsletter - Issue 6. You can read/download the newsletter here

 

Fast track access to regional HPC resources for new user communities

The HP-SEE project has opened a continuous call for proposals for fast track access to HPC resources available in the South-East Europe region, targeted at new user communities.

Researchers from the region are invited to apply for support in running their scientific applications on resources such as HPC Clusters with Intel-based CPUs, IBM POWER6 CPUs, PowerXCell 8i CPUs, NVIDIA GPUs, interconnected with Gigabit Ethernet or Infiniband. The resources for the fast track access are currently provided by HPC centers in Bulgaria, Serbia, and Romania. Selected applications will be given access to HPC resources and will benefit from the technical support of HP-SEE experts during a two- or three-months period.

Read more: Fast track access to regional HPC resources for new user communities

 

HP-SEE Pilot Call: Awarded Applications

HP-SEE project gives access for 13 scientific projects to HPC resources in South East Europe through the 1st pilot call for access.  

HP-SEE (High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s Research Communities) pilot call for proposals was organized between 7th September and 5th October 2012. In total 20 projects were submitted from 9 different countries in the fields of Computational Chemistry, Computational Physics, Life Sciences, Earth and Space Sciences, and Engineering. The submitted projects underwent both technical evaluation by technical reviewers-experts of the participating HPC centers (Centers offering resources to the plot call), and scientific peer review by selected scientific reviewers from all the participating countries in the region. Finally, 11 projects which satisfied the eligibility criteria are selected and will take access to the powerful national High Performance Computing systems available in the SEE region, for a period of 12 months, starting from December, 2012. Another 2 projects from the Eastern Mediterranean region gained access to limited HPC resources in collaboration with the LinkSCEEM-2 project.

Read more: HP-SEE Pilot Call: Awarded Applications

 

HP-SEE User Forum 2012

HP-SEE User Forum will take place in Belgrade, Serbia on October 17-19, 2012 in National Library of Serbia.
It will gather scientists from the SEE Region and beyond, with main focus on the following fields:  

  • Computational Physics
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Life Science
  • Scientific Computing
  • HPC Systems and Network Operation

Read more: HP-SEE User Forum 2012

 

Featured Application

Molecular Dynamics Study of Complex Systems (MDSCS)

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The parallel molecular dynamics simulation of complex system consisting of surfactant/polymer mixtures is planning to carry out. The self –assembling of surfactant systems is also planning to study. The molecular dynamics results together with experimental finding will help to understand the mechanism of interactions in physical point of view and, which is most important, will give us an important information concerning the conformation and localization of system components (polymer, surfactant, water, ect.).

Read more: Molecular Dynamics Study of Complex Systems (MDSCS)

 

Project Overview

High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s Research Communities

HP-SEE, High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s Research Communities will link existing and upcoming HPC facilities in South East Europe in a common infrastructure, and it will provide operational solutions for it. As a complementary action, the project will establish and maintain a GÉANT link for Southern Caucasus. The initiative will open the South East European HPC infrastructure to a wide range of new user communities, including those of less-resourced countries, fostering collaboration and providing advanced capabilities to researchers, with an emphasis on strategic groups in computational physics, computational chemistry and life sciences. HP-SEE receives EC support through FP7 under the "Research Infrastructures" action.

Read more: Project Overview

 

HP-SEE receives EC support through FP7 under the "Research Infrastructures" action

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