Mario Kovač held a presentation about the European Processor Initiative at the University of Buenos Aires.  

Mario Kovač from UNIZG held a presentation titled “Croatian success story – European Processor Initiative.”

Mario Kovač from UNIZG held a presentation titled “European Processor Initiative and EU Projects Towards Exascale Computing.”

Mario Kovač from UNIZG held a presentation titled “European Processor Initiative: Cornerstone of European HPC and eHPC strategy” and Benoît Dupont de Dinechin from Kalray held a presentation titled “Engineering a Manycore Processor for Accelerated Edge Computing.”

EPI’s CCO, prof. dr.sc. Mario Kovač, attended ISSIP 2020 and delivered a keynote titled “European Processor Initiative: Europe’s Industrial Technology Cornerstone for the
Exascale Era”.

EPI Consortium members published “How Europe Is Preparing Its Core Solution for Exascale Machines and a Global, Sovereign, Advanced Computing Platform” in Math. Comput. Appl. 202025, 46.

Here you can find a link to an open access version of the article:

https://www.mdpi.com/2297-8747/25/3/46

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/mca25030046

EPI’s CCO, Mario Kovač, presented the latest in EPI at the ESA Earth observation workshop in Zagreb.

 

Changing Approaches to HPC systems

EPI Consortium members published “European Processor Initiative (EPI)—An Approach for a Future Automotive eHPC Semiconductor Platform” in the Electronic Components and Systems for Automotive Applications, proceedings of the 5th CESA Automotive Electronics Congress, Paris, 2018.

Here you can find a link to a post-peer-review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in Electronic Components and Systems for Automotive
Applications – Proceedings of the 5th CESA Automotive Electronics Congress, Paris, 2018. The final authenticated version is
available online at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14156-1_15.

Link to OA: https://hpc.fer.hr/_download/repository/CESA_50_EPI_2018_final.pdf

The HiPEAC issue focused on high-performance computing (HPC) and innovation covered the introduction of EPI.

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