eProcessor: A Major Component of European HPC

A major milestone towards building  entirely made-in-Europe future High Performance Computing (HPC) systems: 10 Partners from 6 EU Member States join forces to build the first 100% European out-of-order (OoO) RISC-V core, a set of advanced tightly couple accelerators, as well as the novel software suite which will take full advantage of the novel processing unit. The eProcessor ecosystem combines […]

Read More

“FPGA Checkpointing for Scientific Computing” – Marc Perelló Bacardit, Leonardo Bautista-Gomez, Osman Unsal; at the 27th IEEE International Symposium on On-Line Testing and Robust System Design (IOLTS’21)

Abstract—The use of FPGAs in computational workloads is becoming increasingly popular due to the flexibility of these devices in comparison to ASICs, and their low power consumption compared to GPUs and CPUs. However, scientific applications run for long periods of time and the hardware is always subject to failures due to either soft or hard errors. Thus, it is important […]

Read More

Barcelona Supercomputing Center to coordinate three projects in the first EuroHPC call to promote R&D of supercomputers with European technology

The three projects coordinated by BSC have a total budget of 19.6 million euros EuroHPC JU aims to pool resources to develop exascale supercomputers based on European technology to process large amounts of data. The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) has been selected as coordinator of three research projects of the call launched by the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking to promote the research and development of […]

Read More

BSC Selected to Coordinate 3 Projects in First EuroHPC Call for European Supercomputer Development

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) has been selected as coordinator of three research projects of the call launched by the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking to promote the research and development of the new supercomputers of the future. In its first call, EuroHPC has selected 20 projects, of which the BSC coordinates three and participates in another six. The projects coordinated by BSC have a […]

Read More

BSC has been selected as coordinator of three projects in the first EuroHPC call to promote research and development of supercomputers with European technology

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) has been selected as coordinator of three research projects of the call launched by the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking to promote the research and development of the new supercomputers of the future. In its first call, EuroHPC has selected 20 projects, of which the BSC coordinates three and participates in another six. The projects coordinated by […]

Read More