Competition in France

Scientists, academics and researchers can now – individually and in team – register their projects in one of the following categories: Advanced computing & Artificial Intelligence, with a focus on Decarbonation.

The competition is running from March 18th, 2021.
The submission deadline is April, 30th.

The winners – one per category – will receive €10,000 to assist them in their research. Additionally, GENCI will offer a total of 250,000 computing hours (200,000 for advanced computing, and 50,000 for AI).

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GENCI

Since its creation in 2007 by the French Public Authorities, GENCI’s main role is to equip the three French computing centers with HPC and storage technologies and make such facilities available for researchers from academia and industry in numerical simulation, high performance data analytics and artificial intelligence. They also aim to support the creation of an integrated European high performance computing ecosystem and to work to promote numerical simulation and high performance computing within the academic and industrial communities, including SMEs.Since its creation in 2007 by the French Public Authorities, GENCI’s main role is to equip the three French computing centers with HPC and storage technologies and make such facilities available for researchers from academia and industry in numerical simulation, high performance data analytics and artificial intelligence. They also aim to support the creation of an integrated European high performance computing ecosystem and to work to promote numerical simulation and high performance computing within the academic and industrial communities, including SMEs.

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