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Κick off meeting of the EU funded project NFFA-Europe,
Apr 08, 2016The international team of NFFA-Europe, a research infrastructure funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme, will convene in Milano, Italy, on 12th April, to mark the start of operation of the first full suite of key infrastructures for nanoscience research to the public.
A 4,37m€ European investment towards next generation Virtual Research Environments for 70.000 researchers
Feb 23, 2016Sophia Antipolis, France – 1 February 2016 – ERCIM is leading a new EC research investment of 4,37m€ (the VRE4EIC project) to enhance Virtual Research Environments (VRE) aimed at (4) Empowering multi-disciplinary research communities and accelerate Innovation and Collaboration (EIC).
GreenVM: Energy-Efficient Runtimes for Scalable Multicore Arcitectures
Feb 01, 2016The research project GreenVM, for which Prof. Manolis Katevenis, Head of the Computer Architecture and VLSI (CARV) laboratory of the Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH), and Prof. Panagiota Fatourou, affiliated faculty member of CARV, acted as Principal Investigators, has recently concluded. GreenVM has been funded through the “Excellence” action of the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology, operating under the National Strategic Reference Framework 2007–2013.
How to fit ten million computers into a single Supercomputer? – The ExaNeSt project paves the way. European consortium becomes the trailblazer in the development of the most challenging architectures
Feb 01, 2016The next generation of supercomputers must be capable of a billion billion calculations per second. These are referred to as Exascale computersand with this ability to undertake such volume of calculations, they will transform our understanding of the world through advanced simulation and problem solving.