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Listen to the PHIDIAS Podcast series, exploring the overall details of the project and sparking a conversation with scientists around HPC and the computing science world.

Episode 3: Phidias HPC & the connection with the current European HPC Landscape

In this episode, we are going to step into another field to contextualise the role of the Phidias-HPC project in the European supercomputer scenario. What Phidias is bringing to the table? How is the project connected with already running and existing HPC initiatives and like-minded networks?

Phidias consortium member, Corentin Lefèvre, shows how the Phidias-HPC project can be regarded as a prototype and how it can seamlessly fit with the current European landscape, namely with initiatives such as EuroHPC Joint Undertaking or the EOSC. Moreover, Corentin outlines the long-term perspective and sustainability of the initiative, in conjunction with the development of a brand new generation of services and machines for scientists.

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Episode 2: Ocean Use Case: Addressing the issues related to the ocean research

Listen as we dive into the first of the PHIDIAS Use Cases, featuring the interview with Charles Troupin, a researcher at the Université de Liège, who will walk us through the PHIDIAS “Ocean use case” and how the project will help in address the issues related to the ocean research.

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Episode 1: Moving towards the increase of HPC & Data Capacities

PHIDIAS 1st Podcast episode features François Bodin, professor at the University of Rennes, IRISA, and PHIDIAS HPC Scientific and End-user Committee Leader. In this episode, he walks us through the current HPC and Computing Science landscape, how Europe is acting to gain a role as a key player in this ecosystem, and how Phidias and its interdisciplinary role is having a concrete impact through the development of the 3 Use Cases.

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