Make HPC accessible to all companies and researchers in a wide range of sectors: this is the objective of the National Competence Centre in High Performance Computing. The partners behind the centre – Luxinnovation, LuxProvide and the University of Luxembourg – are launching HPC Thursdays to provide an insight into why HPC is relevant and useful for businesses & research, and how it can be used. The webinars will provide concrete examples of use cases in different sectors and introduce you to the experts who can help you get your own projects off the ground.

8 webinars, taking place twice per month on Thursday from 11:00 – 12:00, will highlight the following topics:

We reserve the right to cancel a session if a minimum of five people are not registered. The proposed dates of the upcoming webinars are for information only. The date may change due to unforeseen circumstances. For more information, please contact

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