CIC has coordinated/participated in more than 20 projects funded by European Unions Research and Innovation programme and several funded by Croatian Science Fundation
The vision of this experiment (financed by HORIZON 2020 under FF4EuroHPC project) is to establish and predict the impact of heat on the structure and motion system of the industrial machine for additive manufacturing using HPC infrastructure.
The purpose of the EURO CC project (financed by HORIZON 2020) is to establish a network of national competence centres for high-performance computing in 33 member states of the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU).
EOSC-hub (financed by HORIZON 2020) brings together multiple service providers to create the Hub: a single contact point for European researchers and innovators to discover, access, use and reuse a broad spectrum of resources for advanced data-driven research.
HybridScale (financed by Croatian Science Fundation) will research and develop new models for parallelization and optimization of the advanced linear algebra algorithms with the primary goal to make the solution of a very large computation problem faster and more efficient by using large-scale distributed and heterogeneous computing systems.
TETRAMAX (financed by HORIZON 2020) will research and develop new models for parallelization and optimization of the advanced linear algebra algorithms with the primary goal to make the solution of a very large computation problem faster and more efficient by using large-scale distributed and heterogeneous computing systems.
Project category: HORIZON 2020
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation programme ever. Almost €80 billion of funding is available over seven years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private and national public investment that this money will attract. Horizon 2020 will help to achieve smart, sustainable and inclusive economic growth. The goal is to ensure Europe produces world-class science and technology, removes barriers to innovation and makes it easier for the public and private sectors to work together in delivering solutions to big challenges facing our society.
3D CPAM optimizing the 3D fashion design-manufacturing process by significantly reducing the production time combining modern industrial 3D printing technologies and advanced HPC/Cloud services.
For Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) it is important to keep up to date with new technological developments in order to be able to compete within the global market. Technologies such as High Performance Computing and the availability of HPC resources are consequently becoming indispensable for better adaptation to market demands particularly in terms of innovation and fast renewal of product and service offerings. The founder members, consisting of various European HPC centers and institutions will initially exchange experience and best-practices on supporting and collaborating with SMEs. Building upon this experience, the network will work on strategies for improving the services offered to SMEs and raise awareness of the benefit and opportunities of HPC technologies.
This will lead to the establishment and dissemination of a pan-European network built up by HPC centers and SMEs including SMEs from countries without HPC centers.
INDIGO-DataCloud (INtegrating Distributed data Infrastructures for Global ExplOitation), a project funded under the Horizon2020 framework program of the European Union and lead by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN), aims at developing a data and computing platform targeting scientific communities, deployable on multiple hardware and provisioned over hybrid (private or public) e-infrastructures. By filling existing gaps in PaaS and SaaS levels, INDIGO-DataCloud will help developers, resources providers, e-infrastructures and scientific communities to overcome current challenges in the Cloud computing, storage and network areas.
The DARIAH Competence Center (CC) is a virtual research group, consisting of computer scientists and the researchers coming from the Arts and Humanities. Its mission is to broadening the usage of the advanced research infrastructures and technologies, such as cloud-oriented services, computational and storage resources in the domain of the Arts and Humanities research.
Project category: Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
The 7th Framework Programme for Re-search and Technological Development (FP7) is the main financial instrument for support of research and development in the EU which covers almost all scientific disci-plines. The goals of FP7 primarily relate to promoting research and maintaining the com-petitiveness of European industry, support-ing scientific and technological excellence and strengthening the leadership role of Eu-rope in the global knowledge-based econo-my. The purpose of the programme is to help attain the ambitiously set goals formulated in the Lisbon Strategy, especially the goal that by 2010 the EU will become the “most dynamic competitive knowledge-based econ-omy in the world”.
The Center for Scientific Visualization is a project, financed by the 6th EU Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP6), which is seeking to map a new progress step towards the stabilisation and reinforcement of the Western Balkan Countries research potential trough the establishment of the state-of-the-art research and education centre for scientific visualization upon existing e-infrastructure research capabilities of the Centre of Information and Computing of Rudjer Boskovic Institute.