• Build a globally competitive European HPC technology value chain.
  • Achieve a critical mass of convergent resources in order to increase the competitiveness of European HPC vendors and solutions.
  • Leverage the transformative power of HPC in order to boost European competitiveness in science and business.
  • Expand the HPC user base, especially SMEs (through facilitating access to HPC resources and technologies) and open new possibilities for SMEs to participate in the provision of competitive HPC technology solutions.
  • Facilitate the provision of innovative solutions to tackle grand societal challenges in Europe such as climate change, better healthcare, predicting and managing large-scale catastrophes, and energy efficiency.
  • Foster international cooperation in research and industry.


  • Designing and updating a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) to provide decision makers with relevant advice and expertise for the long-term development of HPC in Europe.
  • Providing recommendations and support to the implementation of the SRA.
  • Facilitating coordination between the HPC ecosystem and public authorities (EU and Member States) responsible for HPC research and dissemination programmes.
  • Fostering joint initiatives amongst ETP members and other stakeholders in the area of research and innovation programmes.
  • Facilitating the emergence of start-ups and the growth of existing SMEs.
  • Supporting Europe and Member States authorities by reinforcing Europe’s position in the worldwide HPC arena.
  • Representing the voice of the European HPC industry in the worldwide HPC arena.

GENCI's Joliot Curie supercomputer at CEA TGCC   - Courtesy of  CEA CADAM

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