High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region
InnoHPC project was a pioneering effort to improve framework conditions for innovation by providing institutional and technological infrastructure, designed specifically to pool and exploit HPC (High Performance Computing) infrastructure on a transnational level.
HPC dealt with the use of super computers and parallel processing techniques for solving complex computational problems such as automotive modelling.
The aim of the project was to form and support better access to HPC technology and tools for SMEs.
SMEs, higher education institutions, research organizations and policy makers have been involved in the implementation. Design and creation of a transnational InnoHPC Lab will serve as a background for the cooperation. Enterprises in the automotive and electronics sectors are supported by this project providing them access to HPC tools and resources. For capacity building and disseminating the results, HPC-focused trainings and workshops will be organized for the stakeholders.
Co-financed by the European Union and the Hungarian State, the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry participates in this Danube Transnational Programme project as a partner under the priority Innovative and Socially responsible Danube region within the specific objective Improve specific conditions for innovation.
Lead partner: Faculty of Information Studies from Novo Mesto, Slovenia
Project total budget: 2.054.600 EUR
Implementation period: 1 January 2017-30 June 2019
Project official website: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/innohpc