Навчальна платформа EuroHPC та підтримка Міжнародної літньої школи HPC

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EuroHPC Training Platform and support to the International HPC Summer School


Програма «Цифрова Європа» (DIGITAL)


Цифрова координація та підтримка JU





Ідентифікатор запиту


Модель терміну виконання

Один етап

Дата відкриття

26 січня 2023

Термін виконання

04 квітня 2023 р. 20:00



Період програми

2021 - 2027

ExpectedOutcome :

Development of EuroHPC Training Platform:

The Platform would pull together training initiatives including upcoming courses, events organised by EU funded HPC Centres of Excellence, national HPC Competence Centres, EuroHPC hosting entities, EU supercomputing Centres, universities and schools with HPC and Quantum courses, EuroHPC’s private members, companies and SMEs. The platform would provide an accessible archive of courses and other learning materials (preferably open and for free). Lastly, the retained consortium would work with experts and European training providers, including other EuroHPC JU initiatives that offer HPC training, to implement a common standardised EuroHPC training framework. The standardisation efforts should lead to a pan-European HPC training and certification scheme, covering existing and new courses offered within the European HPC ecosystem and build on work of existing initiatives, in particular the European HPC Certification Forum.

EuroHPC support to the International HPC Summer School:

The International Summer School would bring together once a year about 80-100 advanced HPC users who are usually graduate students and post-doctoral researchers with relevant knowledge in HPC. It will be held in different locations across the world. The European part of the programme will include up to 40 students from EuroHPC JU Participating States and contribute to the costs of organising the weekly long event.

The International Summer School focuses on lectures from leading computational scientists and HPC experts on

  • HPC and Big Data challenges in major scientific disciplines
  • HPC programming proficiencies
  • Performance analysis and profiling
  • Software engineering
  • Numerical libraries
  • Big data analysis and analytics
  • Deep learning
  • Scientific visualization
  • Canadian, European, Japanese and U.S and other third countries HPC-infrastructures
Objective :

Development of EuroHPC Training Platform:

EuroHPC JU would like to invite applications from consortia who will develop a EuroHPC Training Platform which will be a portal that will provide a central database of HPC training services based on a user-oriented approach, is inclusive, interactive, easy to administer, and provide a neutral and independent platform to promote training initiatives from across the EuroHPC ecosystem.

EuroHPC support to the International HPC Summer School:

EuroHPC JU would like to build on prior experience to support an International Summer School in HPC and to gradually increase the participation compared to previous International Summer Schools.

The existing initiative brings together once a year about 80-100 participants. EuroHPC JU would like to bring together at least 40 advanced HPC users, primarily from the EuroHPC Participating States, annually to meet and share best practice in the field of HPC and Quantum computing.

The International Summer School aims to attract HPC users who are usually graduate students and post-doctoral researchers with relevant knowledge in HPC. The participants must come from a number different scientific communities from across the world.

Based on the experience built up by the International HPC Summer School ( https://ihpcss.org ), EuroHPC JU would like to invite calls to ensure that this cooperation is sustained.

Scope :

Development of EuroHPC Training Platform:

To build on the PRACE Training Advanced Centres, to develop a EuroHPC Training Platform which will coordinate existing training initiatives supported by a portal.

EuroHPC support to the International HPC Summer School:

Organise and manage three Summer Schools in 2023-2026. The summer school addresses graduate students in computational sciences with strong research plans or postdoctoral fellows in the early stages of their research effort familiar with HPC. The selection of students takes place after an open call which takes place annually.


1. Admissibility conditions: described in section 5 of the call document

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2. Eligible countries: described in section 6 of of the call document

3. Other eligibility conditions: described in section 6 of the call document

4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in section 7 of the call document

5. Evaluation and award:

  • Award criteria, scoring and thresholds: described in section 9 of the call document
  • Submission and evaluation processes : described section 8 of the call document and the Online Manual

The granting authority can fund a maximum of one project.

  • Indicative timeline for evaluation and grant agreement: described in section 4 of the call document

6 . Legal and financial set-up of the grants: described in section 10 of the call document


Call documents:

Call document

Standard application form (CSA) is available in the Submission System

Standard evaluation form (CSA) will be used


Guidance Classification of information in DIGITAL projects

DIGITAL EUROPE - High Performance Computing Work Plan 2022

Digital Europe Programme Regulation 2021/694

EU Financial Regulation 2018/1046

EuroHPC JU Regulation 2021

For help related to this call , please contact: info@eurohpc-ju.europa.eu

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Education, High performance computing, EuroHPC, High Performance Computing, digital skills, IT skills and competence, Education and Training, High-performance computing (HPC), summer school, training platform

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