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The HPC Competence Center (HPC CC) was established by the Governmental Agency for IT Development in 2020.  It is responsible for promoting the High Performance Computing(HPC) and introducing the HPC infrastructure to potential academic and industrial users. Providing access to supercomputers, and giving user support are among our top priorities. Our experts assess the incoming project applications and manage the appropriate allocation of national HPC capacities, which must be in line with the expected scientific impact of the research to be carried out. In addition, the Competence Center maintains contact with users and international professional partners and represents the Hungarian HPC infrastructure and community in international professional forums.

The mission of the HPC Competence Center is to expand the national HPC community and integrate it into the international ecosystem.

The performance of 50,000 laptops in one supercomputer – Hungary’s most powerful supercomputer the Komondor has arrived.
With a performance of 5 petaflops, the newest and most powerful supercomputer of our country, Komondor, debuts in the ranking of the world's TOP 500 supercomputers. The system operated by the Governmental Information Technology Development Agency (KIFÜ) will soon be available to users after the tests.

"We cannot live without supercomputers" - interview with Bendegúz Tamás Nyári, HPC scholarship PhD student
Bendegúz Nyári is a doctoral student at the Department of Theoretical Physics at the BME Faculty of Science. As a theoretical physicist he is dealing with the ab initio simulation of the electronic structure of solids.

“… supercomputer the new window to the cognition to the world” interview with Kornél Kapás, HPC scholarship PhD student
Kornél Kapás, one of the winners of the 2022 HPC Scholarship, deals with theoretical particle physics. In our interview, Kornél talks about how HPC has opened new horizons in his work.

“... you can find the way to using HPC with ever-growing efficiency.” – interview with Gábor Dániel Balogh, PhD student with HPC Grant.
Gábor Dániel Balogh is an engineering IT specialist, currently at the “Pázmány Péter” Catholic University, and a student of the “Roska Tamás” PhD School of Technical and Natural Sciences. During his research he focused on parallelisation.

 

What exactly is a supercomputer? I can be telescope microscope particle accelerator simulator time machine

Supercomputers have now become the most universal research tool, applicable to all fields of science.

 

 

 

   
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