PRACE CollaborationsAt European and international level PRACE strives to establish an HPC ecosystem. Part of this work is to establish networks and co-operations with other scientific, research, industrial and HPC-related projects, programmes and organisations. Below are the current collaborations that PRACE is engaged in.PRACE has a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with: EMI – European Middleware […]
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PRACE Research Infrastructure
– the top level of the European HPC ecosystem -
PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, created a persistent pan-European Research Infrastructure (RI) providing leading High Performance Computing (HPC) resources. PRACE enables world-class science and engineering for academia and industry. The PRACE RI is operated in collaboration with national HPC centres and governed by representatives of Member governments. Scientists and researchers from around the world can apply for access to PRACE resources through a rigorous peer review process. Industrial users can apply if they have their head offices or substantial R&D activity in Europe. The PRACE Access Committee, composed of leading European scientists and engineers, ranks the project proposals that will be awarded access to PRACE resources.
The Council of PRACE has unanimously approved the publication of various PRACE user statistics. The tables and graphs below represent the awarded projects per country, and the awarded hours per country. PRACE will update these statistics periodically, adding information on each successive Call for Proposals as it becomes available.
Last update: May 2013
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This page was created in reply to the PRACE Council Action 2012-07-1: BoD should compile the new systems installed by all members and publish this continuously in the PRACE website.
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