Workshop in Rēzekne – HPC in Science and Economy
An exciting workshop on digital applications beyond the limits of technological advances.
Join us for a workshop on the use of high-performance computing in science and the economy on 19th of December in Rēzekne (in person), where you will learn about the experience of the EuroHPC project “EuroHPC National Competence Centres” (EuroCC), the growing role of supercomputers in European countries, applied solutions in science and business specific projects, expected benefits and how to increase the efficiency of digital technologies.
Program of the workshop
The seminar will take place over one day – 19th of December – and will include presentations by experienced experts, including the EuroCC-Latvia project. It will be aimed at scientists and companies with and without initial experience of supercomputing power.
Potential audiences will include academics, scientists, engineers, strategic planners, digital technology users, IT specialists, municipal planners, as well as those interested in medicine, energy efficiency, agriculture, bioeconomy, construction, geodesy, materials research and 3D modelling, forecasters, who are faced with the need to use growing data sets, to model the compliance of technical solutions with EU standards in various fields, as well as those who think and work with AI solutions to meet the needs of sustainable development of the region, urban environment and countryside.
The workshop will also provide the opportunity to learn more about HPC opportunities, training, open and information days and the specific mentoring and advisory support already provided by the project.
The event will be held in person. Working language – Latvian.
The workshop is open to current and potential HPC users – scientists, academics, business and public sector professionals, IT teachers and talented high school students.
Please register in advance. Places are limited. Participation is free of charge.
Venue – large hall of Rezekne Academy of Technologies, 115 Atbrīvošanas Alejā.
The workshop is organised by the HPC Competence Centre in Latvia “SuperS” within the EuroHPC project “EuroHPC National Competence Centres” (EuroCC) in cooperation with the HPC Centre of Riga Technical University and the Institute of Computational Modelling of the University of Latvia.
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