Providing training on GPU usage, AI and HPC optimisations as well as on usage of HPC in scientific disciplines such as Life sciences, Chemistry, Climate modelling, Engineering and more.

Assisting SMEs, large businesses and public administration in delivering competitive benefits from advanced HPC and build awareness about HPC and AI/HPDA competences and identifying strategies for technology transfer from academia.

Helping researchers both in industry and academia with application forms to apply for access to EuroHPC JU (pre)exa-scale system application support.

Support users move to pre-exascale systems. Set up mechanisms to educate users about technical requirements for scaling and provide consulting in HPC, GPU acceleration AI/HPDA and data handling.

Want to get 100x more CPU/GPU power?

Get up to a year access to European high-performance computers to develop, test, or run your code for free!

Do you need compute capacity for your Jupyter hub solutions, or for data analysis? Perhaps you use simulations in engineering or life science or any other domain? Check your needs below!

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EuroHPC JU Extreme Access

For getting a large amount of compute time (12 to 24 month access)

  • CPU Hours: ≈ 80 million
  • GPU hours: ≈ 55 million

EuroHPC JU Regular Access

For getting a large amount of compute time (12 month access)

  • CPU Hours: ≈ 20 million
  • GPU hours: ≈ 2 million

EuroHPC JU Development Access

For developing your solution or software (6-12 month access)

  • CPU Hours: 2 560 000
  • GPU hours: 384 000

EuroHPC JU Benchmark Access

For benchmarking and small tests (3-month access)

  • CPU Hours: 896 000
  • GPU hours: 128 000

How do you go about applying?

In this video we explain how a company, public authority or researcher can apply for access to EuroHPC JU supercomputers.

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HPC for research and development – EuroCC Latvia/ENCCS

HPC for research and development – EuroCC Latvia/ENCCS

Overview We invite you to take part in a scientific workshop “HPC for research and development” taking place from October 4 to October 6 at “Avalon hotel Riga” (Address: 13th […]

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04 October 2022
ENCCS Industry Days 2022

ENCCS Industry Days 2022


ENCCS is organizing the Swedish HPC Industry Day 2022, 10-11 October. This event will provide a comprehensive introduction to HPC targeted toward a broad audience, for example:

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10 October 2022
Julia for High-Performance Scientific Computing

Julia for High-Performance Scientific Computing


Julia is a modern high-level programming language which is both fast (on par with traditional HPC languages like Fortran and C) and relatively easy to write like Python or Matlab.

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08 November 2022
Developing Applications with the AMD ROCm Ecosystem

Developing Applications with the AMD ROCm Ecosystem


Presented by AMD in collaboration with ENCCS. This four half-day online workshop will cover how to develop and port applications to run on AMD GPU and CPU hardware on top […]

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29 November 2022

Did You Know We Support Businesses and Public Administration free of charge?

Want to develop a new service or product? Do you run simulations, or streamline data-heavy procedures by using Machine Learning or A.I.?

ENCCS provides help and support to access and use European High-Performance Computers that unlock such capabilities.

SMEs and Large Businesses

Innovate services and products and compete with tech giants by having access to high-end European supercomputers. 

Public Administration

Analyze large amounts of data by using the latest, efficient, and most secure high-performance machines in Europe.

As ENCCS, we are parties in the FF4EuroHPC experiment grant awarded to Compular AB with the goal of optimizing the CHAMPION software
On August 22-24 we held the first ENCCS Training Material Hackathon
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Collaborator Testimonials

“Without the help of ENCCS we would be unaware of the possibilities of access to EuroHPC JU supercomputing resources for Northvolt AB. ENCCS helped us in all the steps of our application, it’s support was fundamental to understand which kind of resources where the best option for our needs. Furthermore, from a more technical point of view, the support of ENCCS was fundamental to write and review the project proposal and to help us in justifying our needs in terms of computational resources and parallelization objectives.”

Matteo Ambrosetti


“With the help of ENCCS we successfully applied for PRACE preparatory access (…) ENCCS has been a great help in clarifying the PRACE requirements, guiding our use of the PRACE application system, directing us to the right technical documentation and procedures, giving us input on our preparatory proposal, providing advice on the scaling tests needed for the full proposal, and helping our communication with the computer center where we obtained preparatory access (…) Ιt is good to have access to help from experts that streamlines the application process and prevents mistakes that could lead to a rejected proposal.”

Rickard Armiento


“ENCCS was essential for my groups successful LUMI application. The targeted help we received allowed us to quickly understand the nature of the LUMI supercomputer and why this can be highly beneficial to our science goals. ENCCS walked us through the necessary steps and kept us up to date regarding essential deadlines. This kind of focused help is a new to us, and we are very happy with the whole experience.”

Oscar Agertz

Lund University

“ENCCS exposed in a very efficient way the PRACE resources to the scientists active within the Department of Engineering Mechanics at KTH. Moreover, ENCCS guided us to build the application required to access the PRACE resources, application which was successful. I believe that ENCCS guidance and consulting is essential for the Swedish scientists, enabling us to explore the HPC possibilities beyond Sweden.”

Mihai Mihaescu


”The Department of Theoretical Chemistry and Biology (TCB) conducts application-driven development of software for quantum molecular modelling in HPC environments. Being application-driven (…) the software must be user-accessible on SNIC-provided HPC resources. (…) With often large efforts, we adapt algorithms to run efficiently on available hardware, such as the Dardel and LUMI clusters. In this implementation step it is of vital importance for TCB to get help from the ENCCS domain expert with a deep understanding of parallel programming in general and of the LUMI architecture specifically. (…) The joint TCB-ENCCS efforts will impact the entire community chemists using LUMI/Dardel. ENCCS plays an additional important role in terms of user education, the recent VeloxChem training event was an excellent example of this aspect.”

Patrick Norman