GENCI, CEA, CPU and Atos arm European scientists against COVID19 with HPC facilities

Paris, April 28, 2020

Two of the most impressive supercomputers in France, Joliot-Curie, operated at the CEA’s supercomputing centre (TGCC), and Occigen, operated at CPU’s supercomputing centre (CINES), are supplying urgent computing access to large computer resources to European research teams concerned in the fight versus COVID-19. The goal is to execute epidemiological scientific studies of COVID-19 virus spread, comprehend its molecular composition and conduct and massively monitor and take a look at potential long run molecules, to speed up the lookup for an powerful vaccine and support the world wide fight versus the virus. Both of those supercomputers are centered on Atos’ BullSequana system, world wide chief in digital transformation.

Right after only a number of months of GENCI’s COVID 19 quick track access, GENCI, the French countrywide large-efficiency computing agency, announces that there are now a lot more than twenty scientifically assorted COVID19 jobs, operating on its three

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