Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing
Summer School with focus on Intel Xeon Phi (MIC), Bologna, Italy, 8-11 July, 2013 Read more
- PRACE-Annual-Report 2012 Read more
PRACE Call for Proposals for Tier-1 access (DECI-11) Closing date June 10 Read more
Introduction to High-Performance Computing, PDC Summer School, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, August 19-30, 2013. Register June 1 Read more
PRACE Summer of HPC July 1 -Aug 30, Call opens 25 January, closes 17 February 2013 Read more
ICCS 2013: 5-7 June 2013, Barcelona. Early registration starts 15 February Read more
SNIC GPU Pilot project - Clusters "Erik" at Lunarc and "Zorn" at PDC available Read more
ISC'13 - International Supercomputing Conference: 16-20 June 2013, Leipzig. Early registration starts 14 March Read more
Inauguration of Triolith Jan 24 2013, Local TV news, See
The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) has finished a Scientific Case for HPC in Europe for 2012-2020 Read more
- Template for ackowledgements, for the convenience of SNAC users Read more
High-Performance Computing: Europe's place in a Global Race Read more
- New project to tackle data deluge: EUDAT – Towards a pan-European Collaborative Data Infrastructure Read more
- New feature at SNIC web: User Support Please, note that these pages are under construction, and more information will gradually be added.
High Performance Computing Center North Uppsala, UPPMAX:
Uppsala Multidisciplinary Center for Computational Science Stockholm, PDC:
Centre for Parallel Computers Göteborg, C3SE:
Chalmers Centre for Computational Science and Engineering Lund, LUNARC:
Center for scientific and technical computing
Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) is a national metacentre for high-performance computing under the Swedish Research Council.
National coordination of Sweden's six HPC-centres ensures that the resources are used and developed optimally. SNIC also participates in several international projects for high-performance computing.
Infrastructure for efficient computing, i.e. networks, compute servers, data storage, visualization and Grid technologies, are coordinated and develop through SNIC.
Computing facilities with state of the art compute reseources are of strategic relevance for research at the international forefront. SNIC is making these HPC resources available to the Swedish academic research community.