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Current international projects

This section contains only basic information about projects. Detailed information about specific projects, including sources of funding and mandatory logos, can be found on the project home pages and here.


Full name: An Ecosystem for DIgital Twins in Healthcare
Duration: 01.10.2022 – 30.09.2024
Aim: The main goal of the EDITH project is to support the development of ecosystems for so-called 'digital twins' in healthcare in Europe. As part of the project, the architecture of an integrated system will be developed to implement the concept of the "digital twin" of man, based on standardised metadata and models, as well as a vision of its further development. Based on this, a cloud-based federated repository of computational models and data will be created using currently available resources and best practices. The conditions for integration in the repository will be identified regarding the required standards, regulations and metadata. To validate the developed ecosystem concept, the framework of the simulation platform will be presented. User communities (healthcare professionals, patients, academia and industry) will be actively involved in this process to ensure that their needs are incorporated into the proposed ecosystem architecture.
Contact: Marian Bubak, e-mail: bubak (at), phone: (+48)126333426
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Full name: Geosphere INfrastructures for QUestions into Integrated REsearch
Duration: 1.10.2022 – 30.09.2026
Aim: The project will provide new or significantly improved access to key observations, data products and services that enable the monitoring and simulation of dynamic processes in the geosphere at an unprecedented level of detail and precision, both spatially and temporally. Thanks to the Geo-INQUIRE project, scientists from all over Europe will have access to huge amounts of data as well as the most modern numerical models and defined data flows using HPC calculations. As a result, it will allow a better understanding of the fundamental processes occurring in the Earth's system, in particular those related to geohazards, while leading to an increased capacity for the sustainable and safe development and use of geosources.
Contact: Joanna Kocot, e-mail: j.kocot (at), phone: (+48)126323355
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Full name: A Digital Twin for GEOphysical extremes
Duration: 1.09.2022 – 31.08.2025
Aim: The project aims to implement a prototype of the so-called Digital Twin (DT) for geophysical stress testing, consisting of interrelated components addressing threats from earthquakes (natural or anthropogenic), volcanoes and earthquake tsunamis and landslides.
Contact: Joanna Kocot, e-mail: j.kocot (at), phone: (+48)126323355
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Full name: An interdisciplinary Digital Twin Engine for Science
Duration: 1.09.2022 - 31.08.2025
Aim: InterTwin co-designs and implements a prototype for an interdisciplinary solution called Digital Twin Engine (DTE), an open-source platform that provides generic and customized modelling and simulation software components to integrate application-specific digital twins (DT). Its specifications and implementation are based on a jointly designed conceptual model – the DTE blueprint architecture – guided by the principles of open standards and interoperability. The aim is to develop a common approach to DT implementation that will be applicable across the spectrum of scientific disciplines to facilitate their future development and collaboration.
Contact: Łukasz Dutka, e-mail: l.dutka (at), phone: (+48)126333426
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Full name: EuroScienceGateway - leveraging the European compute infrastructures for data-intensive research guided by FAIR principles
Duration: 1.09.2022 - 31.08.2025
Aim: EuroScienceGateway will use a distributed computing network in 13 European countries, accessible through 6 national, user-friendly web portals, facilitating access to computing and storage infrastructures across Europe, as well as data, tools, workflows and services that can be adapted to the needs of scientists. The results of the work will be integrated into the EOSC-Core environment. The adoption, development and implementation of interoperable technologies between services will enable scientists to create high-quality FAIR-compliant data accessible to all at EOSC. Communities across disciplines – life sciences, climate and biodiversity, astrophysics, materials science – will demonstrate the transition from EOSC technical services to scientific analysis. Cyfronet will be responsible for the integration of Onedata's distributed data management platform solutions with the infrastructure of the Euro Science Gateway.
Contact: Łukasz Dutka, e-mail: l.dutka (at), phone: (+48)126333426
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Full name: Core Components Supporting a FAIR EOSC
Duration: 1.06.2022 – 31.05.2025
Aim: The main goal of the project is to provide an open and fully operational FAIR EOSC ecosystem. The project aims to expand the EOSC infrastructure with components supporting the FAIR paradigm (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, Reusability). In addition to the tools verifying compliance with FAIR and enabling the implementation of the principles underlying it, the groups of experts involved will provide:

  • solutions supporting data storage, adding new repositories to EOSC and advanced metadata management for scientific projects,
  • a federated search engine (EOSC Search Service) that allows you to search for data published in the repositories made available in EOSC,
  • expansion of the EOSC PiD Graph tool that allows you to track the relationships between scientific objects in EOSC (for example between data and publications),
  • Scalable PiD Metaresolver allowing access to derived science facilities from various PiD systems and from various PiD suppliers,
  • the first version of a generic and scalable infrastructure that allows you to store information about scientific objects derived from all PiD systems that are associated with EOSC,
  • services and tools to support researchers with the archiving, linking and description of EOSC science objects.

Contact: Roksana Wilk, e-mail: r.wilk (at), phone: (+48)126323355
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Full name: European Master for High Performance Computing
Duration: 01.01.2022 - 31.12.2025
Aim: The aim of the project is to define and develop a new and innovative European Master's degree program focusing on HPC. In principle, the program will equip students with HPC competences and knowledge required by academia and industry.
The detailed goals of the project are:

  • effectively disseminating core HPC knowledge in scientific and industrial fields by educating graduate-level specialists and future leaders in HPC technology and applications to fill a gap in the human resource market,
  • the synthesis and transfer of scientific knowledge that enables the wider use of HPC for the needs of European society and economy.
  • defining a balanced Master's degree program in HPC applicable in all European countries.
Contact: Renata Słota, e-mail: rena (at)
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This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 101051997. The JU receives support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Czechia, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary, Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Cyprus, Switzerland, Turkey.


Full name: Fast and Intuitive Data Retrieval for Earth Observation
Duration: 01.02.2021 – 31.07.2023
Aim: The main aim of the FINDR project is to deliver transparent and unified access to Earth Observation Data, primarily sattellite data, in order to support food production and food and agriculture industry.
The most important assumptions include:

  • creating an integrated and transparrent overview of the data from the main Earth observation systems, in order to allow faster decision making
  • ensuring accurate short-term forecasts regarding the availability of sattellite data, which would allow to take the proper actions in case of missing regions by the use of alternative data sources
  • collision-free integration of sattellite data from various sources, giving the possibility to time-space complement of existing and future products.
Contact: Łukasz Dutka, e-mail: l.dutka (at), phone: (+48)126333426
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Full name: EPOS European Research Infrastructure Consortium
Duration: 01.06.2021 - 31.12.2040
Aim: The main task of EPOS is to integrate diverse and dispersed European Research Infrastructures in solid Earth sciences, based on modern IT technologies. As a result, EPOS will enable innovative and multidisciplinary research to better understand the physical and chemical processes on Earth that affect the formation of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, ground instability, tsunamis, as well as processes related to tectonic movements and dynamic deformations on the Earth's surface. EPOS has now entered the operational phase of the infrastructure built under the EPOS PP and EPOS-IP projects. It is assumed that the operational phase of the EPOS infrastructure is to last until 2040, but it is possible to extend it. As part of it, the resources of the thematic nodes are made operational. Poland provides a thematic node of TCS AH (Thematic Core Services Anthropogenic Hazard).
Contact: Mariusz Sterzel, e-mail: m.sterzel (at), phone: (+48)12 6323355, ext. 317.
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EOSC Future

Full name: Integration and consolidation of the existing pan-European access mechanism to public research infrastructures and commercial services through the EOSC Portal
Duration: 01.04.2021 – 30.09.2023
Aim: Through the development of the EOSC Portal, the project aims to extend the EOSC ecosystem, integrate existing scientific infrastructures and initiatives, and engage new field and national research communities. The challenges posed in the project are primarily aimed at further improving the quality of the EOSC ecosystem, so that it supports the development of science in Europe in the best possible way and gains more and more trust and recognition in the eyes of European scientists.
The project is a continuation of the achievements of previous EOSC projects, it also draws on the guidelines developed by bodies established in EOSC Governance (including the EOSC Executive Board (EB), EOSC Working Groups (WGs)).
Contact: Roksana Wilk, e-mail: r.wilk (at), phone: (+48)12 6323355, ext. 313.
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The EOSC Future project is co-funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 - Grant Agreement Number 101017536.


Full name: EGI Advanced Computing for EOSC
Duration: 01.01.2021 - 30.06.2023
Aim: The aim of the project is to expand the computing infrastructure enabling cooperation in the area of high-intensity problems connecting large volumes of data, which cross the boundaries of a single data center.
Contact: Łukasz Dutka, e-mail: l.dutka (at), phone: (+48)126333426
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EGI-ACE receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101017567.


Full name: National Competence Centers in the framework of EuroHPC
Duration: 1.09.2020 - 31.12.2022
Aim: The main goal of the EuroCC project is to create a European technological support system based on closely related National Competence Centers in individual European countries, which will allow the academic environment, the enterprise sector (especially SMEs) and public administration to benefit from the available expertise, experience and resources of EuroHPC.
Contact: Marek Magryś, e-mail: m.magrys (at), phone: (+48 12) 632 33 55
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This project has received funding from The National Centre for Research and Development within the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 951732. 


Full name: Long Product Quality Optimisation through Enhancement and Utilisation of Residual Stress minimising Process Strategies
Duration: 1.07.2020 - 31.10.2024
Aim: The project aims to implement models and a number of numerical simulations based on high-performance computer architectures for the design of the manufacturing process of metal long elements. The project will develop numerical methods allowing for the prediction of residual stresses during production and optimization procedures enabling the selection of the best process parameters. The computational methods are so complex and advanced that without the use of HPC architectures it will not be possible to perform the tests.
Contact: Łukasz Rauch, e-mail: lrauch (at), phone: (+48 12) 632 33 55



Full name: European Plate Observing System Sustainability Phase – EPOS SP
Duration: 1.02.2020 - 30.04.2023
Aim: The purpose of the EPOS-SP project is to develop and implement assumptions to ensure the sustainability of the EPOS infrastructure produced in previous projects (EPOS-PP and EPOS-IP). The project covers both technical and financial issues as well as management within the EPOS-ERIC structure.
Contact: e-mail: cyfronet at, phone: (+48 12) 632 33 55
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The EPOS SP - project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 871121.


Full name: European Open Science Cloud - Expanding Capacities by building Capabilities
Duration: 01.09.2019 - 31.10.2022
Aim: The EOSC-Synergy project introduces EOSC standards for national infrastructures in nine European Union countries. This will be done by harmonizing policies and expanding access to research infrastructures, scientific data and domain services.
Contact: e-mail: cyfronet at, phone: (+48 12) 632 33 55
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EOSC-synergy receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857647.


Full name: Centre for New Methods in Computational Diagnostics and Personalised Therapy
Duration: 1.08.2019 - 31.07.2026
Aim: The goal of the project is to create a computational medicine centre in Krakow. The Centre will be the main driver of European progress in this fast-growing sector, developing advanced engineering methods for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and meeting the global need for radically improved healthcare systems.
Contact: Marian Bubak, e-mail: bubak (at), phone: (+48 12) 328 33 56
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857533 and from the International Research Agendas Programme of the Foundation for Polish Science No MAB PLUS/2019/13.


Full name: The Large Unified Modern Infrastructure
Duration: 01.06.2019 - 31.12.2026
Aim: The Large Unified Modern Infrastructure is a joint venture of 10 European countries to make the resources of the LUMI supercomputer operational for the research community in Europe. The supercomputer will offer approximately 550 PetaFlops theoretical computing power. The supercomputer architecture is based on 64-core AMD EPYC processors and AMD Radeon Instinct graphics processors.
Contact: Mariusz Sterzel, e-mail: m.sterzel (at), phone: (+48)12 6323355, ext. 317.
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Full name: PRACE 6th Implementation Phase Project
Duration: 1.05.2019 - 31.12.2022
Aim: The goal of the project is to implement new solutions and maintain the operationality of the PRACE environment in the area of European HPC computing infrastructures.
Contact: Łukasz Dutka, e-mail: l.dutka (at), phone: (+48 12) 632 33 55
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Grant agreement number: 823767.


Full name: PRedictive In-silico Multiscale Analytics to support cancer personalized diaGnosis and prognosis, Empowered by imaging biomarkers
Duration: 1.12.2018 - 31.05.2023
Aim: The PRIMAGE project aims at creation of a Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) for the treatment of cancer (nauroblastoma, glioma) in children. The system will use the HPC infrastructure. Patients' data will be used in the multi-scale computational models of cancer designed to define disease biomarkers. The created CDSS system will help oncologists both in diagnosis and in predicting of disease progression and treatment effectiveness.
Contact: Marian Bubak, e-mail: bubak (at), phone: (+48 12) 328 33 56
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The PRIMAGE project is co-funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 - Grant Agreement Number: 826494.