One of the goals of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (https://eurohpc-ju.europa.eu/) and EuroCC National Competence Centres is to develop awareness for large-scale, high-performance computational resources in the industrial sector.
At ENCCS (https://enccs.se), we are committed to helping industry and the public sector get access to the computational resources they need on the world-class supercomputers available all around Europe. In our short tenure, we have already provided many actors outside of academia with the support needed to succeed in securing computational resources: https://enccs.se/industry-public-administration/
Today, we are happy to announce the successful application of Compular to the FF4EuroHPC program. Compular is a Swedish SME, based in Gothenburg, that develops cutting-edge analysis tools for molecular dynamics simulations. Compular’s new and innovative technology automatically detects, identifies, and analyses the emergent structures and dynamics within materials that give rise to their technologically relevant properties. The awarded project will fund a computational experiment in partnership with Stiftelsen Chalmers Industriteknik, Enerpoly, and ENCCS
The consortium will leverage HPC resources and state-of-the-art simulation and analysis software developed by Compular to create better performing and sustainable battery solutions. This is an area of intense research, with high societal impact and we are excited to be part of this project.