EoCoE-II European Center of Excellence
The European center of excellence EoCoE-II brings together 20 partners from 7 European countries around exascale computing for energy-oriented numerical models.
As a follow-up to the proof-of-principle phase of EoCoE (energy-oriented center of excellence), EoCoE-II will build on its unique, established role at the crossroads of HPC and renewable energy to accelerate the adoption of production, storage and distribution of clean electricity.
Involved in 2 work packages, Cerfacs will conduct research around scalable multigrid solvers for the gyrokinetic fusion code GyselaX on the one hand, and surrogate models for uncertainty quantification and data assimilation with 2D hydrodynamics solvers on the other hand.
EXCELLERAT European Center of Excellence and EPEEC project
EXCELLERAT is a European Centre of Excellence for Engineering Applications. The Centre is an initiative of several European High Performance Computing Centres to team up to support several key engineering industries in Europe in dealing with complex applications using HPC technologies. It conducts research, provides leadership, guidance on good practice, and user support mechanisms . Its goal is to help Europe leverage scientific progress in HPC driven engineering and address current economic and societal challenges.
EPEEC aims ot bring european parallel programming technology to the exascale era. It consist of 10 leaders in research and applications from Europe.
CoE RAISE European Center of Excellence
The European Center of Excellence in Exascale Computing “Research on AI- and Simulation-Based Engineering at Exascale” (CoE RAISE, https://www.coe-raise.eu/) is a project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, European research infrastructures (including e-Infrastructures). In RAISE, researchers from science and industry develop novel, scalable Artificial Intelligence technologies towards Exascale along representative use-cases from Engineering and Natural Sciences.