Applications for computing resources of IT4Innovations in the 30th Open Access Grant Competition
are open until 1 December 2023, and for the Special Call until 26 November 2023.

Interview with Luďek Matyska about EOSC

Professor RNDr. Luděk Matyska, CSc, representative of the mandated organization CESNET, which representing EOSC for the Czech Republic, spoke about the EOSC-CZ project in an interview for EOSC Focus.

Terms and conditions for the submission of EuroHPC 2023+ project proposals

The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (hereinafter EuroHPC JU) is part of the portfolio of implementation tools of the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon Europe (2021-2027). Its purpose is to concentrate the investments made by European countries and the European Commission in research, development and innovation of supercomputing technologies, to increase them to the necessary level - compared to other global macro-regions - and to strengthen the capacities and competencies of European research organisations and enterprises to develop state-of-the-art HPC systems for the European research and industrial sector and to increase Europe's international competitiveness on a global scale so that the EU research and industrial sector is not primarily dependent on non-European suppliers of supercomputing technologies.

LUMI-Q consortium one step closer to its quantum computer

The hosting agreement was signed in Luxembourg for the acquisition and operation of a quantum computer by the international LUMI-Q consortium. It will be installed at IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center in Ostrava, Czechia, in 2024 and become the first Czech quantum computer, which will also be available to the European research community.    

Masaryk University operates the most advanced AI computing system

Masaryk University has become a pioneer in supporting artificial intelligence (AI) and powerful computing technology by installing the latest and most advanced NVIDIA DGX H100 system. This is the first facility of its kind in the entire country, bringing extreme computing power and innovative research capabilities.