Motivation & Main Objectives

Our society faces a wide range of global challenges in different areas such as sociology, economy, ecology and technology. Solving the most vital problems in these fields often requires the analysis of a huge amount of data, and the utilization of appropriate methods and facilities for ample computations. In HiDALGO we develop a computational and data analytics environment, which enables systematic collaboration between scientists with different background and facilitates a profound understanding of several major global challenges.

Scientific Goals

In HiDALGO we conduct research and go beyond state-of-the-art in multiple areas. Our scientific goals drive the technology evolution targeted in our project and form the foundation of our business objectives. Specifically, we pursue the following goals:

Technology Evolution

In HiDALGO, we advance HPC, HPDA and AI technologies in order to improve data-centric computation in general. Although we mainly concentrate on three specific pilot applications, the technology baseline we develop in this project can also be extended to other application domains as well. The technology evolution in HiDALGO integrates our scientific objectives into a platform, which documents the success of the individual project developements and generates the required impact to establish a sustainable Centre of Excellence.

April Technical Meeting

Due to Covid19 related safety measures, the technical meeting is being held online. From April 1 to April 3 the consortium is discussing the most recent advancements of the project in a number of teleconferences. 

The details can be found in the file below. 
 

HiDALGO Plenary Meeting and General Assembly was Nov 6-7

The HiDALGO plenary meeting and general assembly took place on November 6-7 at Know-Center in Graz. The project partners had ample discussions about the current progress of the project and the future work. It was a very productive meeting with a series of talks resulting in several new ideas.

1st Flee Workshop held in Adama, Ethiopia

We held the 1st Flee Workshop at the Adama Science and Technology University in Adama, Ethiopia on 16-18th of July 2019. The workshop had approximately 25 participants, and was largely funded through the Gesellschaft Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and HESC, the authority for Higher Education in Ethiopia.