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SME/HPC Summer school

Durring the SME/HPC project lifetime, three HPC/SME Summer Schools will be organised with the aim to disseminate HPC knowledge to both young and advanced researchers as future HPC practitioners, hence with the need to stay up-to-date with the current trends in HPC or to learn about them.

 

Three summer schools will be held in Slovenia.

 

Programme and teaching materials will be published on the project website.

 

Participants will be invited and selected based on the public announcement.

 

2nd SME/HPC Summer School

 

The main aim of the organiser is to bring together young and advanced scholars and researchers along with future HPC practitioners from the field of business and informatics to disseminate knowledge on the HPC in the region.

 

Three-day Summer school is designed to be both theoretically elaborated and practically oriented.

 

The main goal of The Summer School is to get participants aquainted with how to boost research and innovation by promoting HPC usage among SMEs, how stakeholders are key partners in research and innovation and to share learning experiences.

 

  • Date: 23th and 25th October 2019

  • Location: Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto, Ljubljanska cesta 31a, Novo mesto

 

Programme of the 2th Summer School can be found HERE.

 

The deadline for application is 1.10.2019

You can apply by sending the email to alenka.pandiloska()fis.unm.si

 

Self-study material:

 

Project development:

 

Case study:

 

 

1th SME/HPC Summer School

The main aim of the organiser (Faculty of Information studies in Novo mesto along with Vega Press, ltd.) is to bring together young and advanced scholars and researchers along with future HPC practitioners to disseminate knowledge on the HPC in the region. Two-day Summer school is designed to be both theoretically elaborated and practically oriented.

 

The main goal of the Summer School is to get participants acquainted with the current state of the art in the field of HPC usage in the EU and more particularly, the SEE (covered by the ‘Danube Region’) and also outside EU as seen in cases of Moldova and Palestine.

 

  • Date: 24th and 25th September 2018

  • Location: Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto, Ljubljanska cesta 31a, Novo mesto

 

Programme of the 1th Summer School can be found HERE.

 

Self-study material is listed and can be downloaded below:

 

General:

 

Project development

 

Moldova case study

 

Palestine case study

 

 

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