In the series of webinars held by DeiC, you can now look forward to a presentation of one of the world's most powerful supercomputers with a focus on research.
LUMI (Large Unified Modern Infrastructure) is a unique European supercomputer initiative where ten countries, including Denmark, together invest in a very large research computer with a top performance of 552 petaflop / s. Danish Universities are part of LUMI with DeiC as administrator.
Behind LUMI is the EuroHPC initiative, a joint effort by the European Commission and 31 countries to establish a world-class ecosystem in the field of supercomputing in Europe. One of the concrete actions of the initiative is to establish three supercomputers, each of which is among the top 10 systems in the world.
The LUMI consortium consists of Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland, which together will build one of these systems in Kajaani, Finland.
You can read more about LUMI here:
Huge HPC project offers great opportunities but is not without challenges.
Now begins the work with the supercomputer LUMI.
- Large HPC project offers great opportunities but comes not without any challenges.
- The work with the supercomputer LUMI has now begun.
In this webinar, Pekka Manninen, Program Director at CSC, will present the technical details of the LUMI infrastructure and the great value and potential of the computer for many research environments, as well as discuss how to prepare for the system.
It is free to attend and you can register here.