Riga Technical University (RTU) High Performance Computing (HPC) Centre is an initiative under the supervision of the Office of Vice-Rector for Research and it aims at providing support to application of e-science technology in research:

  • access to modern computing infrastructure (supercomputer, data storage facilities);
  • technical support in transferring computing problems to HPC;
  • access to European e-infrastructures;
  • scientific software for research and studies;
  • training and seminars.

HPC Centre was established in June 2012 as a follow up to computing activities initiated by the project BalticGrid (2005‒2010) within the Sixth and Seventh EU Framework Programmes. Since then the Centre has accumulated experience in supporting wide range of engineering applications at RTU and providing services also to other research institutions in Latvia. HPC Centre is open to cooperation with industry.

cation of e-science technologies in research. The HPC Centre was established in June 2012 as a follow up to computing activities initiated by FP6 and FP7 project BalticGrid (2005‒2010). Since then we have accumulated experience in supporting wide range of engineering applications at RTU. Our services have also been used by other research institutions in Latvia and we are open to cooperation with industry.

Team

Lauris Cikovskis

Dr. sc. ing.

Head of the Centre

HPC expert

Phone: 67089453
Email: Lauris.Cikovskis@rtu.lv

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Zane Circāne

Project manager

Phone: 67089453
Email: Zane.Circane@rtu.lv

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Artūrs Āboltiņš

Dr. sc. ing.

Lead Researcher

Expert in parallel software developement

Email: Arturs.Aboltins_1@rtu.lv

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Arnis Lektauers

Assoc. professor Dr. sc. ing.

CUDA Training Provider

Email: Arnis.Lektauers@rtu.lv

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