The EuroHPC initiative is a joint effort by the European Commission and 31 countries to establish a world-class ecosystem in supercomputing to Europe (read more here). One of its first concrete efforts is to install three flagship supercomputers, each of which being among the top 10 systems in the world.
The 10-country LUMI consortium, consisting of Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland, will collaboratively host one of these systems in Kajaani, Finland.
This system, LUMI, will be one of the most powerful and advanced computing systems on the planet at the time of its installation. The vast consortium of countries with an established tradition in scientific computing and strong national computing centers will be a key asset for the successful infrastructure.
In this webinar, Pekka Manninen, Program Director at CSC, will present the technical details of the LUMI infrastructure and its great value and potential for many research communities, as well as discuss how to prepare for the system.