The National Competence Centre in HPC to be presented at the ANSYS Conference

The ANSYS Conference, a meeting of the ANSYS numerical simulation tool users from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, takes place on 25-27 October (OREA Congress Hotel, Brno, Czech Republic). Well, all indications are that it is going to be an exciting event, and the National Competence Centre in HPC (NCC) will also be there.

Will you take part? Do not miss the NCC booth. Tomáš Karásek, the Czech NCC coordinator, will introduce the services of the centre, explain the possibilities of using supercomputers on currently implemented projects and introduce you to the prospects of possible cooperation.

The event is organized annually by SVS FEM (supplier of Ansys software for the Czech and Slovak markets) in cooperation with Ansys Inc and CADFEM GmbH. The number of participants and the number of both system and user lectures make it one of the largest industry conferences in the European Union.


The AI Days are coming, this time in Ostrava too!

The second edition of the AI Days event titled Four Weeks, Four Cities & Artificial Intelligence will also take place in Ostrava for the first time, from 23-29 October. This year, the National Competence Centre in HPC (NCC) is taking part as well.

The AI Days were held for the first time in Brno last year, and this year, the event will also take place in Prague, Pilsen, and Ostrava. And it is the Ostrava part that the NCC will participate in – on Tuesday, 24 October, in the conference rooms of the Moravian-Silesian Innovation Centre. Are you interested in the possibilities of using supercomputers not only in the field of artificial intelligence? What are the currently implemented projects, and how to establish cooperation? Tomáš Karásek, the NCC coordinator in the Czech Republic, will be happy to answer these and other questions on the spot.

The AI Days will offer lectures, workshops, presentations, and an interesting accompanying programme. The event’s focal point is the introduction of artificial intelligence in relation to current events and the development of this technology. The AI Days are intended not only for those interested in industry, public administration, and academia but also for the general public. In other words, for all those interested not only in AI itself but particularly in its use across fields of human activity and in different contexts.