The total funding allocated for projects FF4EuroHPC is 5 million euros, the maximum funding for one project is 200 000 euros. A total of 74 applications from 27 countries have been submitted and are currently being evaluated. The results are expected to be announced by the end of January 2022.
HPC competence centers are being established in Latvia and other European countries across the European Union as part of the Horizon 2020 EuroCC project. The HPC Center of Riga Technical University in cooperation with the Institute of Numerical Modeling of the University of Latvia are part of this project. The aim of the competence centers established within the framework of the project is to create a one-stop HPC contact point – a single support structure to promote the use of HPC opportunities in higher education, research, public administration, and all types of businesses, including manufacturing.