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1. Welcome
2. Podcast: Bringing HPC to SMEs
3. YouTube Series: EXCELLERAT P2 Partners & Use Cases
4. Further news & events

1. Welcome

Dear Reader,

Our journey at EXCELLERAT P2 continues to be marked by discoveries and collaborative efforts. Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting Tomi Ilijaš from Arctur on our HPC Podcast. In Episode 9, we explored the integration of High-Performance Computing into small and medium-sized enterprises, shedding light on the transformative potential for businesses of all sizes.

In addition, we've curated a series of YouTube videos showcasing our partners and their impactful use cases. Looking ahead, we have several notable events and training courses on the horizon. ISC24 awaits us in Hamburg next week, promising valuable insights and networking opportunities within the HPC community. Following that, we'll be participating in the Automotive Testing Expo in Stuttgart in early June, where we'll delve into the latest advancements in automotive technology. Lastly, mark your calendars for the Austrian-Slovenian HPC Meeting in June, where we'll continue our dialogue on the future of high-performance computing.

Warm regards,

Bastian Koller
EXCELLERAT P2 Project Coordinator

2. Podcast: Bringing HPC to SMEs

Image with podcast title and photo of Tomi Ilijas
In the ninth episode of the HPC Podcast powered by EXCELLERAT, we sit down with Tomi Ilijaš, Founder and CEO of Arctur, a pioneer in bringing High-Performance Computing (HPC) to SMEs. Tomi shares insights into challenges faced by SMEs in adopting HPC and how Arctur tackles them. He discusses fostering collaborations between academia and industry, maximising HPC benefits, and promising areas for innovation. Tune in to discover how HPC is transforming SMEs and the role of projects like EXCELLERAT P2 in shaping this future. Listen to the podcast episode now on Spotify.

3. YouTube Series: EXCELLERAT P2 Partners & Use Cases

In the EXCELLERAT Partner Series on YouTube, we dive into the collaborative research efforts of our project partners. Each episode highlights a different partner and their involvement in various use cases within the project. From technical universities to research centers, learn about their contributions to advancing computational engineering. Subscribe for insightful discussions and behind-the-scenes insights into cutting-edge research.

4. Further news & events

ISC High Performance 2024
May 12-16, 2024, Hamburg, Germany, More information
The ISC High Performance 2024 conference and exhibition is an annual global gathering for HPC technology providers and users. EXCELLERAT will be presented in a talk by Sophia Honisch on the EuroHPC JU’s booth (J30) on Tuesday, May 14, 16:15-16:45, and Dennis Grieger will present his paper on interactive in situ visualization, work resulting from the EXCELLERAT P2 project, in the 8th International Workshop on In Situ Visualization on Thursday, May 16, 09:00-13:00.

Automotive Testing Expo 2024
June 4-6, 2024, Stuttgart, Germany, More information
Automotive Testing Expo is the world’s leading international expo for every aspect of automotive testing, development and validation technologies. Together with partners and friends, EXCELLERAT P2 will be part of the Academic Showcase Zone, which aims to bring together leading academics, universities, and research centers in the field of automotive testing to exhibit their cutting-edge research, technologies, and solutions. By participating in the exhibition/conference, exhibitors will have the opportunity to showcase their expertise, network with industry professionals, and contribute to the advancement of automotive testing.

Austrian-Slovenian HPC Meeting
June 10-13, 2024, Grundlsee in Austria, Registration
The ASHPC24 focuses on various aspects of HPC and provides a great opportunity to discuss HPC-related topics and present your latest results. It will also provide an overview and update on the rapidly improving HPC landscape available to European researchers. EXCELLERAT P2 will be represented with a presentation and a poster.

Self-paced course: Approaches to analysing time-series data
Tourist destination managers, service providers, and researchers want to better understand traffic flows: what impact traffic flows have, when do traffic peaks occur, what are the seasonal effects, which areas are more / less congested with tourists, how do weather, holidays and other events affect this behaviour. With the help of data analysis and forecasts, they can prepare for periods of increased visitors, as well as adjust marketing activities, service offerings, or resource allocations. In this tutorial we look at a real-world dataset consisting of traffic counters on Slovenian roads, provided by the Slovenian Road Network (DARS), and its application to the questions above. Get access to the tutorial through our Service Portal.
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Funded by the European Union. This work has received funding from the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) and Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and France under grant agreement No 101092621.

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