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PRACE , the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, created a persistent pan-European Research Infrastructure (RI) that provides leading high-performance computing (HPC) resources for world-class science and engineering research in academia and industry.

PRACE is established as an international non-profit association (aisbl) with its seat in Brussels. It has 26 member countries (see ) whose representative organizations create a pan-European supercomputing infrastructure, providing access to computing and data management resources and services for large-scale scientific and engineering applications at the highest performance level.

For questions about the SNIC centres' activities within PRACE, please contact the SNIC centres' coordinator within the PRACE infrastructure: