Are you a company/organisation that wants produce products and services more efficiently?

Multiple companies are in need of extreme computing power that is not possible with regular desktop computers, or laptops. High-performance computers (HPC) are capable of running by using simultaneously thousands of CPUs and hundreds of GPUs, as well as extremely large memory and storage.

Analyse Data

Run Simulations

A.I.

Develop a product

Highlights

There are already successful examples of companies getting access to EU resources through the EuroHPC JU infrastructure with the help of ENCCS experts.

Compular has successfully applied for access to EuroHPC JU supercomputer Karolina!
The NLU team at AI Sweden has gained access to VEGA to experiment with a Swedish GPT model.
Associate Professor Biplab Sanyal from the physics department of Uppsala University has gained access to Karolina supercomputer
We are pleased to announce that ERCO Pharma AB has successfully applied
RISE NLU Group will train English BERT model using multiple GPUs on the EuroHPC JU system Vega.
RISE NLU Group will train English BERT model using multiple GPUs on the EuroHPC JU system Vega.
In the project, Icarus aims to focus on development for industrial and commercial applications in the aviation, marine and, automotive industry.
Compular develops cutting-edge analysis tools for molecular dynamics simulations. The awarded project will fund a computational experiment in partnership with Stiftelsen Chalmers Industriteknik, Enerpoly, and ENCCS.
Modelling traffic flow on a specific part of the E4S using deep neural networks. The results give a hint at the most appropriate models for such modeling.
The project leverages the power of HPC and first-principles-based calculations to accelerate the development of CALPHAD thermodynamic and kinetic databases that bring the feasibility of alloys-by-design to reality.
With the awarded HPC time on the Vega EuroHPC JU petascale system within EuroHPC JU development call, Vinnova intends to further develop this AI tool for analysis of new types of government agency documents and enhance it with new features.
Moroxite develops targeted drug delivery strategies for breakthrough therapies. Forcelab provides in silico insight into the drug development pipeline. The access to VEGA will help the companies advance their in silico drug discovery program and accelerate the testing of drug delivery methodologies.
The National Library of Sweden has been awarded development access to the Vega EuroHPC JU system for the development of speech-to-text transformation software.
Cell-free synthetic biology helps to harness the power of nature’s catalysts, enzymes. This gives a unique insight to address many challenges facing the chemical industry in the 21st century, both by accelerating the industry’s transition to sustainability and by innovating solutions for other industries through novel chemical products.
In partnership with ENCCS, Northvolt will investigate the use of classical and reactive molecular dynamics and quantum chemical simulations to devise bottom-up design strategies for improved batteries.

HPC for industry

Use of large supercomputing systems are often mistakenly intertwined with academic research. However, calls for industrial access to European supercomputers are periodically open for applications several times per year. Most supercomputer systems reserve a large portion of their capacity for small/medium enterprises and large businesses.

The team at ENCCS is guiding you through the application process as well as giving expertise on how to efficiently use such systems.

By using High Performance Computing a company is able to:

  • Innovate services and products and compete with tech giants by having access to high-end European supercomputers
  • Cut or eliminate costs
  • Form an ambitious business plan or optimize the production line by easily analyzing huge amounts of data using deep learning and A.I.
  • Train employees on HPC methods for free to use any current HPC system (EuroHPC JU, Amazon, Google, etc). Visit our events page for more.

HPC for Public Administration

Public administration has been digitalizing its services for the past decades, producing enormous amounts of data in the process. Proper analysis of such data can be crucial in optimising vital processes for the operation of the state. Large computer systems, such as multi-GPU systems, give the ability to become more advanced in such routines.  

ENCCS is guiding and helping with the paperwork and the smooth use of such computer systems as well as with the secure handling of the data

By using multi-GPU/multi-CPU systems public authorities are able to:

  • Analyze extremely large amounts of data by using the latest and most efficient methods
  • Run complicated simulations (e.g. Covid-19 spread)

Open Calls

As a company based in the EEA, you can apply for the open calls bellow to get access to European high-performance computers. Don’t know how? We can guide you through the process.

EuroHPC JU Development Access Call

The EuroHPC Development call is designed for projects focusing on code and algorithm development and optimisation. This can be in the context of research projects from academia or industry, or as part of large public or private funded initiatives as for instance Centres of Excellence or Competence Centres. Users will typically be allocated a small number of node hours; the allocation period is one (1) year and is renewable up to 2 times.

EuroHPC JU Benchmark Access

The EuroHPC Benchmark call is designed for code scalability tests, the outcome of which is to be included in the proposal in a future EuroHPC Extreme Scale and Regular Access call. Users receive a limited number of node hours; the maximum allocation period is three (3) months.




Prace Development Access 

The PRACE Development call is intended for code development and optimisation by the user. Users get a small number of core hours. The allocation period is six months.


Prace Benchmark Access 

The PRACE Benchmark call is meant for code scalability tests, the outcome of which is to be included in the proposal in a future PRACE call. Users receive a limited number of core hours; the allocation period is two months.