Companies in Tampere region, welcome to Supercomputing for Business seminar!
LUMI, the fastest supercomputer in Europe and one of the world’s leading platforms for artificial intelligence, is now available also for Finnish companies, no matter if your company is big or small!
Supercomputing for Business seminar is for companies in Tampere region interested to boost their innovations with supercomputing! In seminar you will hear enlightening talks by supercomputing specialists and inspiring industrial use cases where they showcase the benefits they have accomplished with supercomputing in their business. Among other things state of the art Large Language Models (LLM's) would not be possible without supercomputers.
This seminar you will
- discover how supercomputing can boost your RDI efforts with demanding simulations, large-scale artificial intelligence (Al), and high-performance data analytics
- learn from industrial use cases showcasing the benefits of supercomputing in R&D
- get practical guidance on utilising LUMI for industrial use
- explore financial support options for companies
The event is organised together with Tampere Chamber of Commerce, Business Tampere and CSC – IT Center for Science.
Seminar is free of charge and it includes lunch. There will be possibility to have short 1to1-meetings with CSC´s specialist at the end of the seminar. Please send request for 1to1-meeting by email email@example.com
Venue: Tampere Technopolis, Hellens room
|Opening words – Antti Eskelinen, Tampere Chamber of Commerce
Introduction of CSC and Supercomputing For Business team – Dan Still, Partnerships manager, CSC
Possibilities of supercomputing – Rasmus Kronberg, Application specialist, CSC
Discover how supercomputing can revolutionize your RDI efforts with demanding simulations, artificial intelligence (AI), and high-performance data analytics.
LUMI is now available for business – Dan Still, Partnerships manager, CSC
LUMI, the fastest supercomputer in Europe and one of the world’s leading platforms for artificial intelligence, is now available also for Finnish companies.
Learn from real-world industrial use cases showcasing the remarkable benefits
How to get started with LUMI supercomputer
Get practical guidance on utilizing LUMI effectively and explore financial support options for industrial use.
End of day
Please send request for 1to1-meeting by email: SupercomputingForBusiness@csc.fi
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Antti Eskelinen is Managing Director at Tampere Chamber of Commerce.
Organisators and partners:
In collaboration with
Business Tampere, the Tampere region economic development agency, promotes investments and creates an attractive environment for sustainable business in the region. We offer you our expertise in business service development, invest in and internationalization opportunities.
CSC as part of the national research system develops, integrates and offers high-quality ICT services for research, education, culture, public administration and companies.
FAIR EDIH, The Finnish AI Region, offers businesses low-threshold expertise in artificial intelligence, augmented reality, high-performance computing, and cyber security. Most of FAIR´s services are free of charge. FAIR aim to accelerate and expand the adoption of artificial intelligence in small and medium-sized enterprises.
EuroCC Finland project, that is a part of the EuroCC project establishing national HPC competence centers in different European countries. CSC supports and improves the capabilities of Finnish users to utilise supercomputing in demanding simulations, large-scale artificial intelligence, and high-performance data analytics.