EuroHPC Summit Week 2022

Europe/Brussels
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie Paris (19th arrondissement)
Description

The EuroHPC Summit Week (EHPCSW) 2022 will gather the main European HPC stakeholders from technology suppliers and HPC infrastructures to scientific and industrial HPC users in Europe. As in previous years, PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, co-locates its Scientific and Industrial Conference (PRACEdays22) at the EuroHPC Summit Week 2022. Furthermore, the EHPCSW 2022 will provide a great opportunity for the attendees to network.

Videos of the plenary sessions can be watched on the PRACE YouTube channel.

If you have registered for remote attendance only, go here to enter the live-stream of the plenary sessions. You will receive the password via e-mail in due time.

The main organisers of the EHPCSW 2022 are the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE), and the European Technology Platform for High-Performance Computing (ETP4HPC). The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) and the European Commission (EC) are also involved in the organisation of the conference. The logistical organisation is supported by a local host: for the 2022 edition, this will be GENCI (Grand équipement national de calcul intensif).

    • 08:00 09:00
      Registration Open: 08:00 - 18:00
    • 09:00 10:45
      HPC Ecosystem & EuroHPC Day
      Convener: Serge Bogaerts (Managing Director, PRACE aisbl)
      • 09:00
        Housekeeping Messages 5m
        Speaker: Marjolein Oorsprong (PRACE aisbl)
      • 09:05
        Opening & Welcome 10m
        Speaker: Serge Bogaerts (Managing Director, PRACE aisbl)
      • 09:15
        Directorat générale de la recherche et de l'innovation Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation 15m
        Speaker: Claire Giry (Directrice générale de la recherche et de l'innovation - Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation)
      • 09:30
        European Commission 15m
        Speaker: Thomas Skordas (Director of Digital Excellence and Science Infrastructure, European Commission)
      • 09:45
        The future of European Computing Infrastructures - EuroHPC’s road ahead 10m
        Speaker: Herbert Zeisel (Chair of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 09:55
        Executive Director of the EuroHPC JU 10m
        Speaker: Anders Dam Jensen (Executive Director of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 10:05
        Chair of the PRACE Council 10m
        Speaker: Janne Ignatius (PRACE Council)
      • 10:15
        Overview of the European HPC Ecosystem 30m
        Speaker: Florian Berberich (Operations Director, PRACE aisbl)
    • 10:45 11:15
      Break 30m
    • 11:15 12:00
      HPC Ecosystem & EuroHPC Day: Peer Review Process
      Convener: Derek Groen (Chair of the PRACE User Forum)
    • 12:00 13:00
      HPC Ecosystem & EuroHPC Day: User Forum Open Session
      Convener: Derek Groen (Chair of the PRACE User Forum)
      • 12:00
        User Forum Open Session 1h
        Speakers: Derek Groen (Chair of the PRACE User Forum) , Gabriel Staffelbach (Cerfacs)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Break 1h 30m
    • 14:30 16:00
      Update of EuroHPC JU new missions - 2022-2027: Presentations + Q&A

      new Council regulation, work programme, available HPC resources, HPC access for applicants, upcoming activities and calls

      Convener: Josephine Wood (Senior Programme Officer EuroHPC JU)
      • 14:30
        Presentations + Q&A 10m
        Speaker: Herbert Zeisel (Chair of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 14:40
        Presentations + Q&A 10m

        Anders will briefly touch on the JU’s achievements so far and present the JU’s new missions following the adoption of the new regulation in 2021, including the selection of hosting entities to host and operate new supercomputers and the acquisition of the first European exascale supercomputers and quantum computers.

        Speaker: Anders Dam Jensen (Executive Director of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 14:50
        Upcoming R&I opportunities 10m

        Daniel will present current and upcoming opportunities at the EuroHPC JU to apply for R&D&I grants. The JU has recently launched an open call for European Centres of Excellence for HPC Applications (CoEs) and is accepting submissions for proposals that will support the transition towards the exascale and post–exascale era.

        Speaker: Daniel Opalka (Programme Officer R&I of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 15:00
        Available HPC resources 10m

        Evangelos will present the available and upcoming HPC resources of the EuroHPC JU. The EuroHPC JU has so far procured 8 supercomputers, with 4 petascale systems becoming operational in 2021 and 3 more systems expected to become operational in 2022, and an ongoing procurement process for a further pre-exascale system. He will also lay out the JU’s goals for resources over the next 5-year period, which include the procurement of the 1st European exascale machine, alongside a number of midscale computers, and will also present the JU’s access policy and what the criteria are to access these EuroHPC resources.

        Speaker: Evangelos Floros (Infrastructure officer of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 15:10
        Q&A 50m

        With the participation of:
        Gabriella Scipione (Cineca)
        Sergi Girona (BSC)
        Fredrik Robertsen (CSC)

    • 14:30 16:10
      Workshop on the European HPC ecosystem Room 1

      Room 1

      Convener: Florian Berberich (Operations Director, PRACE aisbl)
      • 14:30
        Introduction 5m

        The objective of this workshop is to present and discuss the current European HPC landscape and the efforts undertaken to further deploy and consolidate the position of Europe in the global HPC environment.
        The workshop will be divided in two parts. In the first part, the diversity of the European HPC ecosystem will be presented around the Infrastructure, Applications and Technology pillars, with participation of the key institutions GÉANT, SKAO, ETP4HPC cPPP, Fenix infrastructure, CASTIEL / EuroCC and FocusCoE coordination projects, the European Processor Initiative (EPI) technology project and TERATEC Campus to showcase their role, complementarities, interactions and coordination process.
        In the second part, the present and future deployment of HPC Infrastructure in Europe and its coordination of competence development will be analysed, chiefly the EuroHPC investments in Infrastructure and Research, within the framework of ESFRI roadmap, the role of PRACE RI in this framework, complemented by the relation with EOSC initiative.
        The second parts will end with round table discussions to assess the integration of actors, investments and competences towards a well-integrated, strong, world-class HPC ecosystem, what projects to deploy that vision and what structure to guarantee the delivery of a persistent set of service to the benefit of academic and industrial users of HPC.

      • 14:35
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Chiarra Ferrari (SKAO)
      • 14:45
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Guy Lonsdale (FocusCoE)
      • 14:55
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Bastian Koller (CASTIEL/EuroCC)
      • 15:05
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Daniel Verwaerde (TERATEC)
      • 15:15
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Jean-Pierre Panziera (ETP4HPC)
      • 15:25
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Etienne Walter (EPI)
      • 15:35
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m
        Speaker: Sadaf Alam (Fenix)
      • 15:45
        European HPC Ecosystem 15m
        Speaker: Annabelle Grant (GEANT)
      • 16:00
        European HPC Ecosystem 10m

        The speaker will review challenges and opportunities in international scientific cooperation on High-Performance Computing and related fields. It will provide some practical experience and reference to projects within the EU various R&D framework programs and with industry. It will conclude with some forecasts for the future ahead.

        Speaker: Dr Fabrizio Gagliardi (European Centre for Particle Physics, Geneva, Switzerland)
    • 16:00 16:30
      Break 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      European HPC CoEs: perspectives for a healthy HPC application eco-system and Exascale

      The European HPC CoE Council (HPC3) & FocusCoE

      Convener: Edouard Audit (HPC3 chair / EoCoE)
      • 16:30
        Introductory presentation 20m
        Speaker: Edouard Audit (HPC3 chair / EoCoE)
      • 16:50
        Round table discussion 1 35m

        Representatives of the current HPC CoEs will take part in the round tables:
        BioExcel, ChEESE, CompBioMed, EoCoE, EsiWACE2, EXCELLERAT, HiDALGO, MaX, POP, TREX, NOMAD, PerMedCoE, CoEC, RAISE

      • 17:25
        Round table discussion 2 35m

        Representatives of the current HPC CoEs will take part in the round tables:
        BioExcel, ChEESE, CompBioMed, EoCoE, EsiWACE2, EXCELLERAT, HiDALGO, MaX, POP, TREX, NOMAD, PerMedCoE, CoEC, RAISE

    • 16:30 18:00
      International cooperation
      Convener: Josephine Wood (Senior Programme Officer EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 16:30
        Presentation of concrete and successful cooperation 10m
        Speaker: Olivier Bringer (Head of the Unit Policy Outreach and International Affairs,DG Connect, European Commission )
      • 16:40
        Concrete examples from the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 10m

        Bastian will give a glance on the world-wide collaborations of the High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (Germany). After this short introduction, concrete examples on the centres collaboration with Japanese colleagues and institutions will be presented, which covers a series of workshops now for 18 years, bringing together the Japanese and German HPC communities.

        Speaker: Bastian Koller (Managing Director, High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (HLRS) )
      • 16:50
        Presentation of concrete and successful cooperation 10m
        Speaker: Fabrizio Gagliardi (Senior Strategy Advisor at Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC))
      • 17:00
        Q&A 1h
    • 16:30 18:00
      The European Chips Act and the development of European processors for HPC
      Convener: Leonardo Flores Añover (DG Connect, European Commission)
      • 16:30
        Building large-scale design capacities 10m

        On 8 February 2022, the Commission adopted the European Chips Act package, which will support reaching the ambitious goal set to double the EU’s current semiconductors production market share to 20% in 2030. The “Chips for Europe Initiative” is part of the Chips Act and aims to support large-scale technological capacity building and innovation in the Union. The Initiative will support the development of pilot lines to prototype and scale up innovation, to bridge from the lab to the fab. The initiative will also support design capacities and a network of competence centres across the Union. This presentation will outline the large-scale design capacities for integrated semiconductor technologies, and indicate how these relate to the development of European processors for HPC.

        Speaker: Panagiotis (Panos) Tsarchopoulos (Programme Officer at DG Connect – European Commission)
      • 16:40
        RISC-V & Open-Source : Fundaments for European processors sovereignty 10m

        In May 2021 a European working group was established to work out recommendations and a roadmap for European sovereignty in open-source hardware, software and RISC-V technologies. This working group consisted of representatives of large enterprises, SME’s and RTO’s who are strong believers in RISC-V towards high performance computing and embedded applications in multiple application domains, as a.o. automotive, industrial automation, networking and communications. A first report has been delivered in November 2021. It explained increased adoption of open-source and how open-source fits into different value chains. Key players and market drivers have been described. An initial roadmap has been worked out in terms of future expectations on different types of processor architectures, accelerators, domain-specific applications, peripherals, software and EDA-tools. It showed a vision on how a future open-source repository and landscape could look like for Europe. A second and final report is expected end-of-March 2022. This report is translating the vision into an implementation program over the next 10 years. It focuses on RISC-V, it’s value and different business models and strategies on the market. Furthermore the gaps and future needs have been identified on short-, mid- and long-term, and have been translated into an implementation program based on a number of Focus Topics.

        Speaker: Patrick Pype (Director Strategic Partnerships at NXP Semiconductors)
      • 16:50
        Sovereignty in motion 10m

        SiPearl is the European Company, incorporated in France, that has been created in 2019 to bring to the market the first European HPC general purpose microprocessor, totally designed in Europe. SiPearl is one of the partners of the European Processor Initiative (EPI), one of the most important European projects toward European sovereignty in microelectronics. SiPearl is EPI’s industrial hand and intends to release its first generation of microprocessor for the EuroHPC Exascale supercomputers.
        In this presentation, SiPearl will be shortly presented, as well as SiPearl technology strategy toward full sovereignty, from IP to manufacturing.

        Speaker: Jean-Marc Denis (Chief Strategy Officer at SiPearl)
      • 17:00
        Building an Open HPC Ecosystem 10m

        Over that last 3 decades, we have witnessed a transition from closed software ecosystems being the foundation for HPC, enterprise, and business to open source software ecosystems based on Linux and other software in the stack. The combination of current technology trends, the slowing of Moore’s Law, and cost prohibitive silicon manufacturing inhibit significant power-performance gains by relying on traditional closed ecosystems, especially in HPC, technology pushed to the extreme. This new regime forces systems to be much more specialized to achieve the power-performance profiles required for a supercomputer. In the past, HPC has led the way forward, defining the bleeding edge of technology. HPC can do this again with open hardware, as it has done in software with adopting Linux and open source in general. The RISC-V ISA provides the open standard in HW to enable this open HPC ecosystem. Much like Arm, RISC-V can follow the same, now accelerated path from embedded/IoT to HPC. This is not only a technology imperative, but one born out of current geopolitics. Given this technology and geopolitical backdrop, we describe how Europe can exploit its resources targeting research and development for technological independence.

        Speaker: John Davis (Director of the Laboratory for Open Computer Architecture at BSC)
      • 17:20
        Panel Discussion / Q&A with the presenters 40m
    • 16:30 18:00
      Workshop on the European HPC ecosystem
      Convener: Philippe Segers (GENCI)
    • 08:00 09:00
      Registration Open: 08:00 - 18:00
    • 09:00 09:05
      Industry Day: Housekeeping Messages
      Convener: Marjolein Oorsprong (PRACE aisbl)
    • 09:15 10:00
      Industry Day
      Convener: Vincent Galinier (Vice-Chair of the PRACE Industrial Advisory Committee (IAC))
    • 10:00 10:45
      Industry Day
      Convener: Matej Praprotnik
    • 10:45 11:15
      Break 30m
    • 11:15 12:00
      Award Session
      Convener: Laura Grigori (Sorbonne Université)
    • 12:00 13:00
      Panel Session
      Convener: Guy Lonsdale (FocusCoE)
      • 12:00
        Emerging applications, model and implementation 55m

        Panel Members

        Marie-Alice Foujols
        Climate modeling and HPC expert, CNRS, Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, Paris, France

        Kristel Michielsen
        Head of RG `Quantum Information Processing’ and JUNIQ
        Jülich Supercomputer Centre

        Marija Vranic
        Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa

        Michielsen Kristel
      • 12:55
        Conclusion 5m
        Speaker: Serge Bogaerts (Managing Director, PRACE aisbl)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Break 1h 30m
    • 14:30 16:00
      Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity
      Convener: Philippe Segers (GENCI)
      • 14:30
        Daphné Marnat, Unbias.fr 30m
        Speaker: Daphné Marnat (Unbias.fr)
      • 15:00
        Inclusion of a person with Asperger’s Syndrome in the workplace 30m
        Speaker: Georges Huard (Université du Québec à Montréal)
      • 15:30
        Every Day Positive Actions 30m
        Speaker: Marjolein Oorsprong (PRACE aisbl)
    • 14:30 16:00
      HPC & Energy Transition
      Convener: Diego Klahr (TotalEnergies)
      • 14:30
        Primary spray breakup modelling of prefilming airblast atomizers in aeronautical burners 30m

        R. Payri, F.J. Salvador, M. Carreres, C. Moreno-Montagud

      • 15:00
        The simulation of the energy transition and energy of simulation 30m

        With the timely focus on energy transition simulation is poised as the perfect tool to analyze alternatives to current energy production using hydrocarbons.
        This presentation will focus on center of excellence and European projects examples of ongoing efforts towards understanding combustion alternatives but also how to minimize energy consumption for HPC.

        Speaker: Gabriel Staffelbach (Cerfacs)
        Staffelbach_Gabriel
      • 15:30
        Numerical investigation of soot formation in aircraft engines 30m
        Speaker: Daniel Mira (BSC)
    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACE & ETP4HPC Workshop on HPC Education and Training - Industry Perspectives Room 1

      Room 1

      Panel Session #1: Skills needs of "Supply-side" industry

      Workshop Description

      There is a growing ambition to develop globally competitive European HPC technologies together with scientific but also industrial uses. It is also a major strategic objective of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU), which is hugely dependent upon nurturing the right skills and talent to innovate. A previous workshop focused on skills development for industry end-users of HPC. There has been a recognized need to also examine the education and training landscape in the context of an industry that supply and/or develop HPC technology, i.e. what skills are needed to make new European breakthroughs in HPC technology. Moreover, there are ample opportunities where this industry sector can play a larger role in developing the skills of the end-user community. Therefore this workshop aims to reflect and discuss potential activities that will lead to better planning of education and training for industry from HPC technology supply to HPC use.

      The workshop will consist of a mix of short presentations and panel discussions from key stakeholders across industry and other HPC technology/training organizations. The topics at the workshop should encompass:
      • Methods to engage with industry, e.g. to capture/monitor skills needs
      • Industry training success stories
      • Lessons learned from past approaches and activities
      • Industry expectations now and future, from hard to soft skills
      • How to build different career paths with the support of HPC education
      • What are suitable curricula and formats
      • Collaboration with supply chain industry for educating/training end-users
      • Other perspectives from the speakers

      The workshop welcomes all HPC training stakeholders - from training providers/funders to industry representatives who are training target audiences.

      Conveners: Jean-Philippe Nominé (ETP4HPC) , Maike Gilliot (ETP4HPC/CEA)
    • 14:30 16:00
      Quantum Computing & Use Cases from Industry
      Convener: Elvira Shishenina (BMW)
      • 14:30
        Introduction 5m
      • 14:35
        Aerospace 20m
        Speaker: Gerd Büttner (Airbus)
      • 14:55
        Quantum computing and technologies at EDF R&D, an overview 20m

        EDF is currently actively investigating the potential applications of quantum technologies to its businesses. We will present EDF's expectations and positioning on the different technological axes of the French National Quantum Plan, our use cases currently under study, our current and planned partnerships, as well as our contributions to the development of the "quantum ecosystem.

        Speaker: Marc Porcheron (EDF)
        Porcheron_Marc
      • 15:15
        QC @ BMW GROUP: From technology radar to a QC application portfolio 20m
        Speaker: Elvira Shishenina (BMW)
        Shishenina_Elvira
      • 15:35
        Finance 20m
        Speakers: Ali El-Hamidi (CA-CIB) , Didier Tamon (CA-CIB)
    • 14:30 16:00
      Workshop on user requirements (notably SMEs needs) in HPC: Short opening statements from panellists
      Convener: Evangelos Floros (Infrastructure officer of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking)
      • 14:30
        SMEs first time users from the NCCs perspective 10m

        In my presentation, I will pinpoint the differences between HPC users from academia, big industry and SMEs, with a particular focus on the latter group, as they are a vital aspect of the activities within the National Competence Centres in HPC and associated technologies (HPC+). All 33 NCCs are currently in the process of acquiring or widening the necessary capabilities to support these user types in the best possible way.
        Through the experience in the EuroCC project, it became clear that the NCCs need to be also able to speak the language of the SMEs in order to succeed. The particular challenge lies in dealing with a user group which partially has low or nearly no expertise in the use of HPC+, but is very solution-focused. Still, there is a high amount of untapped potential in the uptake of certain SME-domains, which can be only explored by a well-established interaction mechanism between NCCs and the SMEs.

        Speakers: Bastian Koller (CASTIEL/EuroCC) , Natalie Lewandowski (High-Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (HLRS))
      • 14:45
        User needs from the SMEs perspective 10m

        The FF4EuroHPC project continues the Fortissimo approach of executing “experiments” with SMEs, delivering real business impact through use of HPC. The purpose is to demonstrate how SMEs can benefit from the use of advanced HPC services (for example, modelling & simulation, data analytics, machine-learning and AI, and possibly combinations thereof). Since the FF4EuroHPC experiments address business challenges of the participating SMEs, they encounter the general issues faced by SMEs when seeking to transition their business processes (be they design, operation or the products and services they offer to customers) to include HPC applications software, methods and computational services. Depending on the specific competencies and existing practices of the SME, there is a need for support in some or all of the following: identifying the right software suites and adapting and/or integrating these into the workflows required for the business challenges; collaboration and consultation on computational methods for the application field and on the deployment on, and use of, HPC computing facilities; establishing collaboration frameworks to ensure the continued operation and further expansion of the HPC components in a commercial setting.

        Speaker: Guy Lonsdale (FocusCoE)
      • 15:00
        Needs of advanced user communities 10m
        Speaker: Elisa Molinari (CoEs)
      • 15:15
        Climate/weather modelling/ chemistry 15m
        Speaker: Joost VandeVondele (ETH)
      • 15:30
        Our needs in HPC 15m

        From our point of view HPC has always been a leverage for democratization of high fidelity Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations. By reducing the simulation costs, HPC can make HiFi CFD available for organizations with small or no budget for simulations. SMEs can play the role of trait-d’union between the world HPC and these organizations.
        Moreover, SMEs are a flexible organizations to make innovation and HPC can strongly improve their efficiency and effectiveness. By freeing SMEs from the burden of managing infrastructures and of keeping the fast pace of the computing world, European and National initiatives in HPC can make the SMEs focus on innovation in their own fields.
        Resources, expertise and formation are the main needs HPC initiatives can satisfy for SMEs.
        Accessing computational resources in the form of infrastructure and platform services can provide SMEs with tangible tools to easily distribute software as services and strongly reduce the cost of a single simulation. HPC experts can support SMEs in approaching complex hardware, in reducing costs by performance improvement and most importantly in this moment in assaying the new wave of Quantum Computing. Concurrently, SMEs can be enforced by continuous formation on cutting-edge HPC technologies and programming models.

        Speaker: Cisternino Marco (PhD, Senior Software Developer @ Optimad Engineering Srl)
      • 15:50
        Juliette Nilson 10m
        Speaker: Juliette Nilson (NCC Sweden)
    • 16:00 16:30
      Break 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      HPC and Energy Transition: Round table
      Convener: Diego Klahr (TotalEnergies)
      • 16:30
        HPC at the service of energy efficiency 25m
        Speaker: Cyril Baudry (EDF)
        Baudry_Cyril
      • 16:55
        HEROES - Towards Eco-Responsible Hybrid HPC Platforms 25m
        Speaker: Benjamin Depardon
        Depardon_Benjamin
      • 17:20
        TotalEnergies 25m
        Speaker: Victor Martin (TotalEnergies)
        Martin_Victor
      • 17:45
        Round Table 15m
    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACE & ETP4HPC Workshop on HPC Education and Training - Industry Perspectives: Panel Session #2: Skills needs and collaboration with stakeholders across the HPC value chain Room 1

      Room 1

      Panel Session #2: Skills needs and collaboration with stakeholders across the HPC value chain

      Workshop Description

      There is a growing ambition to develop globally competitive European HPC technologies together with scientific but also industrial uses. It is also a major strategic objective of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU), which is hugely dependent upon nurturing the right skills and talent to innovate. A previous workshop focused on skills development for industry end-users of HPC. There has been a recognised need to also examine the education and training landscape in the context of industry that supply and/or develop HPC technology, i.e. what skills are needed to make new European breakthroughs in HPC technology. Moreover, there are ample opportunities where this industry sector can play a larger role in developing the skills of the end-user community. Therefore this workshop aims to reflect and discuss potential activities that will lead to better planning of education and training for industry from HPC technology supply to HPC use.

      The workshop will consists of a mix of short presentations and panel discussions from key stakeholders across industry and other HPC technology/training organisations. The topics at the workshop should encompass:
      • Methods to engage with industry, e.g. to capture/monitor skills needs
      • Industry training success stories
      • Lessons learnt from past approaches and activities
      • Industry expectations now and future, from hard to soft skills
      • How to build different career paths with the support of HPC education
      • What are suitable curricula and formats
      • Collaboration with supply chain industry for educating/training end-users
      • Other perspectives from the speakers

      The workshop welcomes all HPC training stakeholders - from training providers/funders to industry representatives who are training target audiences.

      Convener: Simon Wong (Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC))
    • 16:30 18:00
      Quantum Computing and use cases from industry
      Convener: Elvira Shishenina (BMW)
      • 16:30
        Pharma 25m
        Speaker: Dr Agnes Meyder (Roche)
        Meyder_Agnes
      • 16:55
        Aerospace 20m
        Speakers: David Sadek (Thales) , Frédéric Barbaresco (Thales)
        Barbaresco_Frédéric
      • 17:15
        Round table 45m
        Speakers: Benno Broer (Pasqal) , Daniele Ottaviani (CINECA) , Ilyas Khan (Quantinuum) , Jean-Gabriel Boinot-Tramoni (Quantonation) , Julian van Velzen (Capgemini) , Yasser Omar (University of Lisbon, Portuguese Quantum Institute)
        Boinot-Tramoni_Jean-Gabriel
        Broer_Benno
        Khan_Ilyas
        Omar_Yasser
        Ottaviani_Daniele
        van Velzen_Julian
    • 16:30 18:00
      SME Best practices and lessons learned
      Convener: Wahid Rofagha (PRACE aisbl)
      • 16:30
        Alessandro Gambale, BuildWind 20m
        Speaker: Alessandro Gambale (BuildWind)
        Gambale_Alessandro
      • 16:50
        Philipp Reynier, Ingénierie et Systèmes Avancés 20m
        Speaker: Philipp Reynier (Ingénierie et Systèmes Avancés)
        Reynier_Philippe
      • 17:10
        Emiliano Costa, FF4HPC 20m
        Speaker: Emiliano Costa (FF4HPC)
        Costa_Emiliano
      • 17:30
        Round Table 30m