We invite you to improve your knowledge about the advantages of various open-source platforms on November 24 and 25.
We invite you to take part in a scientific workshop “HPC for research and development” taking place from October 4 to October 6 at “Avalon Hotel” (Address: 13th January street 19, Riga, Latvia). Each day will be dedicated to a specific topic – achievements and prospects, best practices in Europe on training and education, as […]
RTU HPC Centre in collaboration with HPC Competence Centre in Latvia within the EuroCC project offers representatives from industry, academia, and beyond to take part in “Open HPC week” from June 28 to 29 to find out more about opportunities that an HPC can offer.
Within the CoE RAISE, RTU HPC Centre offers training webinar “Accelerating Machine Learning with CUDA”. The event will be translated on June 9 via Zoom.
A project proposal from a consortium created by a start-up SIA “CastPrint”, Riga Technical University’s (RTU) HPC Center and University of Latvia’s (UL) Numeric Modeling Institute has acquired funds in the amount of 140 000 EUR within the H2020 project’s FF4EuroHPC call.
Riga Technical university’s HPC Center has been involved in the establishment of the European-level HPC Center of Excellence – RAISE. Now you can find out the latest information about RAISE activities – developments in the field of artificial intelligence and supercomputing – on the RAISE official website.
BEEGFS2 data storage purchased in 2020 thanks to the financial support of MikroTik Ltd. supplements the existing HPC data storage capacity and offers Latvian scientists opportunities to process bigger amounts of data.
To provide Latvian research institutions and companies with an opportunity to use high-performance computing (supercomputing), on 25 February 2021, the government adopted the decision on participation of Latvia in the projects of the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking.
Riga Technical University (RTU), together with ten project partners, including Jülich Supercomputing Center (project coordinator), the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) and partners from the industry, will establish a new European Center of Excellence, which will offer AI- and simulation-based engineering-supercomputing opportunities for development of these technologies in Europe both in industrial and academic environment, […]
The EOSC Nordic project will host the second policy workshop on 9 March at 10-15 o’clock CET as an online event. The event will discuss the current status and progress of the EOSC Nordic project, the state of play regarding EOSC and FAIR implementation in the Nordics and discuss how to move EOSC forward based […]