ETP4HPC webinar: Industrial Use of HPC: the standpoint of SMEs



11am- noon CEST

This is a follow-up of our webinars on HPC in the industry, and this time we will focus on the needs and expectations of SME users.  Representatives of  Constelcom and NAG  have accepted our invitation to share their experience with attendees. Join us for another lively user-to-user question-and-answer session! 

Fostering the use of HPC by the industry is one of the pillars of the European HPC Strategy implemented by EuroHPC. However, the needs of industrial users are extremely diverse and complex.  The objective of ETP4HPC 's Industrial User Working Group is to gain a better understanding of  these needs and to suggest to EuroHPC  adequate support and mechanisms in research in the area of technology provision, application development, infrastructure and support.




  • Jean-Philippe Nominé, CEA, Vice-chair of ETP4HPC for Research
  • Sai Narasimhamurthy, SEAGATE, Vice-chair of ETP4HPC for Industry



  • Dr Nicolas Tonello, CEO, Constelcom Ltd.

Nicolas founded Constelcom to realise his global vision of 'HPC For All', to open up supercomputing and collaboration to all communities.  Constelcom's Constellation® platform removes the friction between HPC Centres and end users, providing users with seamless access to colleagues, software and true HPC resources, and allowing Centres to optimise resource management, increase end-user engagement and enhance productivity.  All within a unique, secure, private, collaborative and user friendly environment.  Dr Tonello holds a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from The University of Michigan, USA, and has over 25 years' experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics.  He is also a core member of the Industry & Business Partnership Board of the UK's Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).


  • Adrian Tate, CEO, Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG)

Adrian is the CEO of NAG and has built or managed HPC software for 20 years. Adrian began his career developing numerical libraries for world’s most powerful supercomputers at Cray. He worked on the commercialisation of HPC compilers as a Principal Engineer in Cray’s CTO Office. As Director of Cray European Research Lab, he was heavily involved in EU projects on topics such as memory hierarchy and cloud HPC. He has now brought his experience of HPC commercialisation to NAG to build the next generation of HPC services and products. Adrian has a master’s degree in numerical analysis from the University of Manchester.

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