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

Paris, April 28, 2020

Two of the most powerful supercomputers in France, Joliot-Curie, operated at the CEA’s supercomputing center (TGCC), and Occigen, operated at CPU’s supercomputing center (CINES), are supplying urgent computing accessibility to big computer assets to European exploration groups concerned in the fight in opposition to COVID-19. The purpose is to complete epidemiological reports of COVID-19 virus distribute, have an understanding of its molecular framework and actions and massively display screen and test possible long term molecules, to speed up the search for an productive vaccine and assist the international fight in opposition to the virus. Both of those supercomputers are based on Atos’ BullSequana system, international leader in digital transformation.

Right after only a handful of weeks of GENCI’s COVID 19 speedy observe accessibility, GENCI, the French nationwide large-efficiency computing agency, announces that there are now a lot more than 20 scientifically numerous COVID19 tasks, working on

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