The Norwegian Reference Network for High-Performance Computing (HPC) aims to increase participation in Horizon Europe and other European initiatives within HPC, High-Performance Data Analytics (HPDA) and related ICT initiatives.
What is the HPC Reference Network?
The goal of the HPC Reference Network is to promote and foster Norwegian strategic priorities, interests and participation in the HPC activities in the EU arena and disseminate information to Norwegian stakeholders.
The Reference network monitors selected calls and activities, forwards information and coordinates hearings for calls together with the Research Council of Norway. We also organize workshops with information about relevant activities and calls as well as networking opportunities.
It was established with support from the Research Council of Norway's IKT-Pluss programme, and is currently maintained by the Norwegian Competence Centre for HPC, which is funded by the Research Council of Norway and EuroHPC Joint Undertaking.
Who can participate?
The Reference Network for HPC is open for everyone in Norway interested in high-performance computing and national and European collaboration. This includes both research and applications across academia and industry.
Sign up for our newsletter by following the link on the right if you would like to join the network and get updates on relevant news and activities. Please contact Roger Kvam if you have any questions about the Reference network or the Competence Centre for HPC.