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The EuroCC-project may facilitate contact between industry and academia in order to develop research and development projects in the areas of HPC, AI and HPDA.

Focus is especially on small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), who may not have the knowledge in-house and can benefit from HPC infrastructure and expertise.

Industrial contact representatives

If industry and SMEs need more information about what academia can offer in the areas of HPC, HPDA and AI/ML solutions, they are welcome to contact the universities.

Table 1. Industrial contact representatives at universities

University name

Contact information

Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

University of Cogenhagen (UCPH)

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

  • Sven Karlsson, Company and research collaborations and contact. EuroCC project leader at DTU (svea@dtu.dk)
  • Henning Christiansen, General HPC and data management support. Guidance towards access to resources (deic-frontoffice@dtu.dk)

University of Southern Denmark (SDU)

  • Claudio Pica, EuroCC project leader at SDU and head of SDU e-Science center (pica@cp3.sdu.dk)

Roskilde University (RUC)

  • Thomas Schrøder, EuroCC project leader at RUC (tbs@ruc.dk)

Aarhus University (AU)

Aalborg University (AAU)

IT University of Copenhagen (ITU)

  • Pinar Tözün, EuroCC project leader at ITU (pito@itu.dk)
  • Lottie Greenwood, HPC System Administrator (logr@itu.dk)

HPC services for the industry

DeiC has established national HPC systems for research, which can also provide services for industry and SMEs. Companies have two options for using DeiC national HPC facilities:

  1. Industry and SMEs can participate as partner in research collaboration projects together with academia. Access is granted via the universities via specific project. Details on the national services for research use can be found here. Please contact your academic partner for access to the HPC resources. Industrial contact representatives in Table 1 can provide more information for research collaborations at each university.
  2. Industry and SMEs can buy access to the services of HPC facilities for internal and commercial use, without being part of a research project with academic partners. Support for commercial projects is available at the individual HPC facilities. For information on the commercial services provided and their prices, please contact the individual HPC facilities in the table below.
Table 2. Entry point for SMEs for buying access to the services of HPC facilities for internal and commercial use

HPC facility

Description Contact Terms of Service

DeiC Interactive HPC



UCloud – SDU eScience

Interactive supercomputing with intuitive GUI. The facility provides secure virtual environment for data analytics and simulations. Both CPU and GPU are available. A large library of applications is supported as well as the ability to “bring your own environment”. Pay-as-you-go pricing model. ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified facility.

Claudio Pica (SDU)


SDU eScience Terms of Service

DeiC Throughput HPC



Computerome 2.0 Wiki

Traditional HPC environment optimized to run many tasks in parallel using many computing nodes. SSH/terminal access with possibility of providing secure virtual environments. Large number of “slim” nodes available, with possibility to access “fat” and GPU accelerated nodes. A large library of applications is supported. Virtual environments can be configured as required.

Computerome Support


Computerome Terms

DeiC Throughput HPC




ISO 27001-compliant, pay-for-what-you-use HPC environment optimized to run many tasks in parallel using many computing cores. SSH/terminal access. Access to both Intel and AMD architectures. A large library of applications is supported. Provides isolated “zones” on request for additional security.

GenomeDK Support


GenomeDK Terms

DeiC Large Memory HPC



DeiC National Type 3 System

Traditional HPC environment optimized for single node applications which require large amounts of RAM memory up to 4TB. SSH/terminal access. A large library of applications is supported. Pay-as-you-go pricing model. ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified facility.

Claudio Pica (SDU)


SDU eScience Terms of Service

The LUMI supercomputer is also available for Industry (Table 3).

LUMI will be one of the world’s fastest computer systems, having theoretical computing power of more than 550 petaflops. LUMI will also be one of the world’s leading platforms for artificial intelligence. Expected to be available in the second half of 2022. 

Access entry Description Contact Terms of service
Table 3. Access to LUMI for industry

LUMI access via Danish universities

On the Danish National part of LUMI, industry can access LUMI via a collaboration project with one of the 8 Danish universities. See Table 1

LUMI - General terms of use

Privacy notice for processing of user data on the LUMI Service

LUMI access via EuroHPC JU/EU On the JU part of LUMI, up to 20% of the capacity is available for industry via EuroHPC JU calls. See EuroHPC calls JU access policy
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EuroHPC joint undertakingEuropean flag This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 951732. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Germany, Bulgaria, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro.