Baltic Large Scale Computing
The aim of Baltic Large-Scale Computing (BalticLSC) project is to significantly increase capacities to create new innovative data-intense and computation-intense products and services by a vast array of smaller actors in the Baltic Sea Region. The project will analyse and develop a universal and practical solution – the BalticLSC (Supercomputing) Environment: a hardware Platform and easy-to-use Software. It will assure scalability, affordability, ease-of-use, and efficient distribution across the BSR.
The BalticLSC Environment will impact the Baltic Sea Region (and beyond) by significantly supporting two major groups of actors. First, it will significantly facilitate the emergence of new LSC service providers. Even small start-ups will be able to take up the BalticLSC specifications and create their own local LSC centres. Moreover, several such local centres will be able to network and combine their computing capacities, distributed trans-nationally. Second, even very small innovation and design centres will be able to develop easily their own computing applications within the emerging BalticLSC environment. This way, they will significantly reduce time-to-market of innovative engineering products through easy access to LSC resources that were previously not accessible and too difficult to use.
Lead partner: Warsaw University of Technology (PL)
Partners: RISE SICS North AB (SE), Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science,
University of Latvia (IMCS UL) (LV), EurA AG (DE), Municipality of Vejle (DK), Lithuanian Innovation Center (LT), Machine Technology Center Turku Ltd. (FI), Tartu Science Park Foundation (EE).
Project website: https://www.balticlsc.eu/
Project is funded by INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION programme
Project duration: 1 January 2019 – 30 June 2021 (30 months)
Total project budget: 2,4 M. €
Contacts: Vilma Vilutytė, Project manager, ph.: +370 686 53415, e-mail: email@example.com.