Cineca ritiene strategica la partecipazione a progetti di carattere nazionale ed europeo. La collaborazione con partner illustri e di rilievo a livello internazionale permette a Cineca di diffondere, ma anche di ampliare le proprie competenze in nuovi ambiti. I progetti in corso sono elencati in questa pagina, suddivisi in base alle aree tematiche. E' possibile cercare i progetti in base all'ambito di riferimento, ai contenuti, e allo stato (in corso, concluso)
The National High Performance Computing Competence Center of EUROCC is an initiative aimed at encouraging activities related to supercomputing, big data and artificial intelligence for the benefit of companies through innovation projects, training and dissemination of successful cases
CYBELE generates innovation and creates value in the agri-food domain, and focus on the sub-domains of Precision Agriculture and Precision Livestock Farming in specific, as the real-life industrial cases supported, so the project empower capacity building within the industrial and research community.
IoTwins: a unique and flexible platform for the creation of digital twins for industrial plants, a 20 million Euro European-funded project in which CINECA participates by providing its know-how in the field of big data analysis and in the definition of complex workflows on cloud and HPC systems. Within the project there will be 12 testbeds, each realizing a digital twin, the digitization of an industrial process, in order to optimize and improve its management.
The European Processor Initiative (EPI) gets together 23 partners from 10 European countries, with the aim to bring to the market a low power microprocessor.
The EPI SGA1 project will be the first phase of the European Processor Initiative FPA (Framework partnership agreement), whose aim is to design and implement a roadmap for a new family of low-power European processors for extreme scale computing, high-performance Big-Data and a range of emerging applications.
Leveraging national initiatives of the EU Member States and thematic initiatives developed by research communities to help build an Open Science and FAIR data-based European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
Currently PRACE is finalizing the transition to PRACE 2, the successor of the initial five year period. The objectives of PRACE-6IP are to build on and seamlessly continue the successes of PRACE and start new innovative and collaborative activities proposed by the consortium.
The ICEI project will realise key elements of the Fenix infrastructure, which aims at providing scalable compute and data services in a federated manner. The focus is to meet the computing infrastructure needs of the neuroscience community.
The overarching goal of HIGHLANDER is to support a smarter (environmental and economically sustainable) management of lands in their mosaic of natural resources, land uses, sectors, human activities and assets, while also
reducing risks and taking opportunities posed by climate change and its variability.
DARE wants to demonstrate the effectiveness of an INNOVATIVE DIGITAL-BASED AND CITIZEN-CENTRED GOVERNANCE APPROACH, aimed at facilitating, supporting & fastening the implementation & evaluation of the DARSENA (Ravenna) URBAN REGENERATION PROCESS, to be replied in other EU MIDDLE-SIZED CITIES.
EPEEC’s main goal is to develop and deploy a production-ready parallel programming environment that turns upcoming overwhelmingly-heterogeneous exascale supercomputers into manageable platforms for domain application developers. The consortium will significantly advance and integrate existing state-of-the-art components based on European technology (programming models, runtime systems, and tools) with key features enabling 3 overarching objectives: high coding productivity, high performance, and energy awareness.
EXCELLERAT is a European Centre of Excellence for Engineering Applications. EXCELLERAT is built from the established activities and synergies of three leading High Performance Computing centres in Europe who provide pioneering technology solutions and support to the European engineering community, including both academia and industry.
The main objective of ChEESE is to establish a new Center of Excellence (CoE) in the domain of Solid Earth (SE) targeting the preparation of 10 Community flagship European codes for the upcoming pre-Exascale (2020) and Exascale (2022) supercomputers.