Destination Earth: Challenges in Data Streaming and Federation of Compute and Data resources

October 26, 2023 - 12:15 - 13:45
Room 3F
EuroHPC and applications
Technology, Platforms, and impact
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The Destination Earth flagship project of the European Commission has set out to build an open, reusable, and scalable infrastructure to run digital twins of the earth at unprecedented scale within this decade. The opportunity of using large fractions of the largest EuroHPC installations is posing new challenges for the earth sciences community, reaching from running operational weather codes and climate simulations at highest resolution on shared systems, across different architectures, and in coupled setups of multiple codes that previously have not been coupled tightly, to data and access control federation challenges.

We will report on the first findings and suggestions of the strategic technology agenda team, namely in the area of federation of compute resources, as well as data streaming inside and across sites, and give a lookout on the overall structure and expected outcomes of this technology agenda project (DE-380) in the coming months.

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Dumitru Roman
Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF
Gabriel Antoniu
Senior Researcher at Inria
Valerio Frascolla
Director of Research and Innovation at Intel
Craig Prunty
VP Marketing & Business Development at SiPearl
Utz-Uwe Haus
Head of HPE HPC/AI EMEA Research Lab at ETP4HPC/HPE
Thomas Geenen
Technology Partnership Lead for Destination Earth at European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
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