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RoNCC organised HPC Masterclass

Between May 20 and 24, 2024, the Romanian National Competence Center in HPC (RoNCC), in collaboration with Ovidius University of Constanța, organised the 'HPC Masterclass' hybrid event. This five-day event brought together leading experts, academics, and industry professionals to explore high-performance computing (HPC) technology advancements together.

The masterclass began with presentations on the RoNCC initiative, the "Ovidius Cyber Cloud" (OCC) data center, AI tools for medical applications, and case studies on traffic data processing and air quality in Constanța Municipality. The second day featured hands-on sessions focusing on OCC hardware infrastructure and data center management.

On the third day, European HPC experts delivered interactive workshops and presentations, including insights from the University of Donja Gorica (Montenegro), the University of Évora (Portugal), the HPC European Consortium Leading Education Activities (EUMaster4HPC—Luxembourg), and Teratec (France), who shared their experiences and advancements in HPC.

On the fourth day, NCC Netherlands (SURF) presented advanced computing services for research and introduced supercomputing, highlighting the critical role of HPC in scientific innovation. The event concluded with a comprehensive machine learning tutorial by NCC Netherlands, emphasising the significance of artificial intelligence and machine learning in HPC.

This event brought together participants from both the private sector (industry, SMEs, start-ups) and the public sector (universities, public administration, research and development institutes, etc.). It offered a valuable opportunity to delve into high-performance computing (HPC), foster connections, and share expertise. Together, we are driving technological progress and paving the way for exciting developments in high-performance computing.

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