There are 14 European Centres of Excellence (CoEs) for High Performance Computing (HPC) applications that were selected following the calls under the European Research Infrastructures.
CoEC (The Centre of Excellence in Combustion) has been created in order to apply exascale computing technologies targeting scientific breakthroughs in combustion to promote and develop advanced simulation software that can support the decarbonisation goals of the European Union within the energy and transportation sectors
ChEESE - ChEESE (Centre of Excellence in the domain of Solid earth) ChEESE will capitalize on the European institutions responsible for operating and monitoring Tier-0 HPC centers, hardware manufactures, industry, government and third party SMEs.
CompBioMed is collectively redirecting substantial research effort and funding to swiftly focus on computational investigations that will improve the understanding of SARS-CoV-2 virus and the associated COVID-19 disease, and accelerate the development of treatment options, including antiviral drugs and vaccines
E-CAM is an e-infrastructure for software development, training, and industrial discussion in simulation and modeling. Their main goal is to develop software modules packed in applications, modules, scripts, and wrappers compatible with the next generation of exascale computers in order to solve simulation and modelling problems.