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Meet(up) HPC: powering business growth


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In entrepreneurship, maintaining a competitive advantage is a key element for  success, especially now, when companies are struggling to find solutions to get their business through this pandemic crisis. 

Within the two-days of Meet(up) HPC: powering business growth event, company’s representatives have the opportunity to learn about high-performance computing (HPC), how it can support them to save money and efforts through higher speed and why this becomes an indispensable resource in the digital age.  

This 100% online tailored support event gives participants the opportunity to acquire knowledge in HPC, learn how they can adopt HPC solutions and who are the main actors active at the EU level in the field, as well as meet both providers and other industry representatives.  

The event will enjoy the presence of experts and practitioners from various EU countries, such as Ireland, Slovenia and Romania.  

Benefits of taking part at the event: 

  • Access to the self-study learning material: HPC for SMEs , developed within  the project
  • Meet Expert speakers
  • Network with HPC providers and other companies
  • Opportunity to identify solutions for your business needs

Participation at the event is free of charge. All we expect from the participants is full involvement during the event and filling out an online questionnaire at the end of the training event. You will receive the link to the survey to your e-mailbox.   

The event is organised within the SME/HPC project funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme.  

For further information, don’t hesitate to contact the organizers at or just use the private message option on our Facebook page.

Attendance is FREE of charge, in the limit of the seats available. Register today to receive the access link!


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