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Some notes on ParCo2017 Conference
15 September 2017

Some notes on ParCo, the International Conference on Parallel Computing that was held 12-15 September in Bologna, co-hosted by Cineca. 

Only a few days left to ParCo2017
1 September 2017

ParCo, the International Conference on Parallel Computing this year will take place on 12-15 September in Bologna, co-hosted by Cineca. Since 1983 the ParCo conferences stimulate the development and application of parallel computers on a world-wide scale.

6 July 2017

European HPC centres have officially opened a market consultation for the purchase of HPC systems as part of the Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions for High-Performance Computing (PPI4HPC) project. It involves four public procurers: BSC, CINECA, FZJ/JSC and GENCI in Spain, Italy, Germany and France.

R2B 2017
6 June 2017

Cineca will be present at R2B Research to Business 2017 in Bologna on 8-9 June 2017. Visit Cineca's booth E17 at Bologna Fiere (Pad 33)

Focus on

The Italian Minister of Universities and Research at Cineca

The Italian Ministrer of Education Universities and Research Ministry, participated at the ceremony of the inauguration of the Cineca new building, and of the MARCONI supercomputer.

European H2020 project: HPC-Europa3

Transnational Access Programme for a Pan-European Network of HPC Research Infrastructures and Laboratories for scientific computing (HPC-Europa3) is the new 4-years project funded by EC. HPC-Europa3 aims at maintaining the persistency of a high quality service of transnational access to the most advanced HPC infrastructures available in Europe for the European research science community.


Do you want present your advancements in HPC-supported science and engineering at PRACEdays17?  Submit your contributions by Sunday 8 January 2017.

 PRACE Winter School: application now open

PRACE 2017 Winter School - Fuelling Scientific Discovery with HPC Infrastructure - will take place on 6-9 February 2017 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The school is offered free of charge to researchers, academics and industrial users, residing in PRACE member states and eligible countries.