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High-Performance Computing: Jülich Researchers at EU Event “Shaping Europe’s Digital Future”

Jülich/Sofia, 24 April 2018 – Scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich have presented their research in the fields of neuroscience and high-performance computing at the EU event entitled “Shaping Europe’s Digital Future”.

The conference was organized by the Bulgarian Council Presidency and the European Commission and held in Sofia on 19 April. Researchers, industry representatives, and representatives of EU institutions and ministries took the opportunity to discuss the central role played by high-performance computing (HPC) in many areas of European science and industry.

Further information (Human Brain Project website)







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