A Science|Business dinner debate
Through years of steady investment and research, high performance computing in Europe has started paying returns to many parts of the economy - aerospace, pharmaceuticals, energy, automotive, the environment and climate research. But the best could be yet to come, as computing powers worldwide jump upwards and HPC becomes an essential tool for competitiveness across the European economy. In short, supercomputers will be for all, no longer a few.
How will this come about? What sectors will benefit first? And how robust is the current European HPC capacity? Those key questions will be addressed during an exclusive event bringing together 25 HPC experts from research, academia, industry and policy who will discuss the role of HPC in Europe’s innovation capacity.
The event is organised with the support of PRACE – Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe.