The Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) is a national research infrastructure that makes available large scale high performance computing resources, storage capacity, and advanced user support, for Swedish researchers. SNIC is a consortium of 10 universities, with Uppsala University as host organisation. SNIC is funded by the Swedish Research Council for the period 2018–2022. In 2020, the Council for Research Infrastructure commissioned a review of SNIC by an international panel. This report contains the panel’s findings and recommendations.
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Published 21 October 2021
In its work on developing a call for a research infrastructure for large-scale computing resources, the Swedish Research Council is now inviting views from users. How should we structure the call, and what requirements should we set for the research ...
Published 30 September 2021
The Swedish Research Council is organising a hearing regarding the funding and organisation of national services for large-scale computing. We invite users, higher education institutions and other stakeholders.
Published 29 September 2021
Come and discuss about how academia and industry in Sweden can increase the societal benefits of the two world-leading research facilities ESS and MAX IV. Welcome to a digital meeting on 14 October.