Since the beginning of 2017 we have one new member.
DCX - SME
DCXperts has established a concept of developing a HPC/Data Center direct liquid cooling system characterized by modular design, two-phase liquid cooling, application of hot-flux dielectric engineering fluids, reuse of heat generated by the infrastructure for various purposes, allowing low PUE when installed.
Since the end of September 2016 we have one new member.
CIDETE Ingenieros SL, is a European leading manufacturer of Thermoelectric cooling devices for electronic applications and telecommunications. CIDETE has over 35 years' experience in manufacturing Nano technologies.
Since the end of June 2016 we have new comers to ETP4HPC, as it grows in size and momentum. We have had the pleasure of welcoming three new members. These are as follows:
CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas Medioambientales y Tecnológicas) was formed in 1951 for the development and leadership of R&D projects in the fields of Energy, Environment and Technology, placing the institution at the forefront of science and technology. As a technological research centre, CIEMAT fosters links between academia and industry.
University Carlos III Madrid researchers have been working on high performance computing and parallel I/O for large scale distributed memory supercomputing architectures for several years with the aim of providing a collaborative environment.
Streamcomputing BV a Dutch SME optimises software and data-processing performance of existing code, programming CPUs, GPUs and FPGAs, giving training in HPC languages and developing high-performance software.
ETP4HPC is growing in size and momentum as more organisations join us as members. Since the end of March 2016 we have experienced an influx of new comers, and had the pleasure of welcoming seven new members. These are as follows:
Associated Individual member:
Change in membership status:
ENEA is a governmental non-profit research and development organisation and the missions of ENEA ICT Division are the operation of hardware and software infrastructures and R&D activities.
The University of Luxembourg (UL) is a Public Institution of Higher Education and Research. The UL HPC department organises, administrates and develops the existing HPC environment at the University of Luxembourg.
NAG is a not-for-profit SME that develops numerical software libraries, and delivers a range of services in HPC from procurement advice all the way through to application development and code optimisation.
Quantum Espresso Foundation is a non-profit organisation, which fosters and supports the design, implementation, maintenance, and free dissemination of high-quality, high-performance open-source scientific software for ab-initio quantum numerical modelling of materials.
Simula Research Laboratory is organised as a limited company owned by the Ministrey of Education and Research, and its main objective is to create knowledge about fundamental scientific challenges that are of genuine value to society.
IT4Innovations national supercomputing center delivers scientifically excellent and relevant research in the fields of high performance computing, and operates the Salomon supercomputer.
Pr. Sabri Pllana is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science of the Linnaeus University in Sweden.
Cray is a supercomputer company, which builds innovative systems and solutions that enable scientists and engineers in academia, government and industry to meet existing and future simulation and analytics challenges.