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PSNC provides access to a world-class e-Infrastructure for the scientific community, a specific research and development environment – DIGITAL SCIENCE – for “proof of concept” projects, prototyping or large-scale pilot projects. Another branch of our activity is in DIGITAL INDUSTRY, which is focused on the creation of innovations based on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), i.e. the execution of specific implementations for various fields of science and industry. Equally important is our work in the context of SOCIAL INNOVATION to spread knowledge and awareness of contemporary technological opportunities among various social groups, as well as actively fighting against digital exclusion.

For 30 years, we have been open to extensive cooperation both with research institutions to explore new areas of scientific challenges in joint projects and with industry partners – new entrants or large companies for which our competence and experience can become a strong asset to develop competitive innovation. Come and join us!

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  • Success of the Researchers’ Night in Poznań

    Success of the Researchers’ Night in Poznań

    The Researchers' Night project, in which the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center has been an active participant for many years, was awarded 14 out of 15 points in the European Commission's Horizon competition. The evaluation of the project highlighted, among other things, a comprehensive and interesting programme, interesting promotional activities, as well as the diversity of scientific fields represented by the consortium partners.

  • Visit to the interior of the ITER fusion reactor

    Visit to the interior of the ITER fusion reactor

    Representatives of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center took part in a meeting organised at the headquarters of the ITER Organisation (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor), prepared by the management of the TSVV11 (Theory, Simulation, Validation and Verification) EUROfusion and the Dutch eScience Centre. During the meeting, participants had the opportunity to take a closer look at the world's largest fusion reactor.

  • Establishment of the LOFAR ERIC consortium

    Establishment of the LOFAR ERIC consortium

    In early 2024, the LOFAR ERIC consortium was officially established, which includes Poland, includes Bulgaria, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy. The consortium will work on the European Low Frequency Array European Research Infrastructure.

  • PSNC Podcast: The fastest data storage systems

    PSNC Podcast: The fastest data storage systems

    The explosion of Big Data, Data Science and AI applications means that IT systems need ever faster access to data, using ever larger data collections and ever more files. The efficiency of data access is the key to the efficiency of computing, and thus to progress in research, education or business. In the sixth episode of the PSNC Podcast, we talk about the fastest data storage systems.

  • Black Pearl Award goes to INSENSION project

    Black Pearl Award goes to INSENSION project

    The Black Pearl Award is presented by EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe. This year's award in the Medical Technologies category was awarded to the INSENSION project, implemented by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center. The award recognises innovative, research-based work supporting people with profound and/or multiple learning disabilities.

  • Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center has joined the European digital brain research infrastructure – EBRAINS

    Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center has joined the European digital brain research infrastructure – EBRAINS

    In January 2024, the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) affiliated with the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBCH PAS) joined EBRAINS as a full member, thus gaining the opportunity to co-design research infrastructure and contribute to the development of digital tools to support brain research. The M. Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences has also joined the association as an Associated Member as of 2024.

  • Scientific Conference “Doctor-Patient-Scientist, collaboration in rare diseases”

    Scientific Conference “Doctor-Patient-Scientist, collaboration in rare diseases”

    On 28 February 2024, on the occasion of the International Rare Diseases Day, the IBCH PAS Foundation, in cooperation with the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry PAS and the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, is organising a free, fully virtual conference "Doctor-Patient-Scientist, Collaboration in Rare Diseases", as an expression of solidarity with people struggling with these diseases.

  • Welcome to the PPAM 2024 Conference

    Welcome to the PPAM 2024 Conference

    The 15th edition of the international conference "Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics" (PPAM 2024) will be held in Ostrava, Czech Republic, from 8 to 11 September 2024, during which the Workshop on Advancements of Global Challenges Applications (AGCA), co-founded by PSNC, will be organised.

  • Letter of intent was signed for the construction of Poznań CityLab

    Letter of intent was signed for the construction of Poznań CityLab

    Next year, Poznań CityLab will open in the capital of Wielkopolska Region. It is an urban innovation laboratory where projects based on artificial intelligence and machine learning will be developed. Universities, research units and a foundation with which the City has signed a letter of intent are involved in its creation. One of the letter signatories is the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center.

  • Presentation of the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 projects at the HiPEAC conference

    Presentation of the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 projects at the HiPEAC conference

    During the HiPEAC conference (17-19 January in Munich), the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 centres of excellence jointly organised a workshop entitled "Towards reliable Digital Twin - advancing applications and tools capabilities for Global Challenges", whose main organiser was Marcin Lawenda, Ph.D. Eng. from the HPC New Architectures Department.

  • Welcome to the Pan-European Quantum Internet Hackathon 2024

    Welcome to the Pan-European Quantum Internet Hackathon 2024

    On 15 and 16 February 2024, the third edition of the Quantum Internet Hackathon will take place simultaneously in four European cities: Delft (The Netherlands), Dresden (Germany), Paris (France) and Poznan (Poland). The Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center is the co-organiser of the hackathon, which is aimed at quantum technology enthusiasts

  • PSNC at the “Energy – Now and Tomorrow” Symposium

    PSNC at the “Energy – Now and Tomorrow” Symposium

    On the 5th and 6th of January, a two-day symposium entitled "Energy - now and tomorrow" was held in the historic palace and park complex in Gułtowy. The event was attended by representatives of scientific and research institutions and local government units from the Wielkopolska region, together with Dr Krzysztof Kurowski - Technical Director of PSNC. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the future of energy.

  • Conference4me in 2023

    Conference4me in 2023

    For the Conference4me team, 2024 will be already the 13th year of intense activity in the conference segment of the mobile event application market. Worldwide, in 67 countries, the app has been installed by more than 250,000 users on Android and iOS platforms, during 757 conferences and 447 exhibitions.

  • Report 2023: summary of the jubilee year

    Report 2023: summary of the jubilee year

    We invite you to read the PSNC 2023 Annual Report, which not only summarises the activities of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center over the past year, but also marks the twelve-month celebration of the 30th anniversary of the PSNC's activities and the 20th anniversary of the PIONIER Consortium.

  • PSNC booth at SC2023 presents an overview of the system and a remote demo of this operation

    PSNC booth at SC2023 presents an overview of the system and a remote demo of this operation

    British quantum computer developer ORCA Computing has been selected by the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) to provide two ORCA Computing PT-1 quantum photonics systems. Funded under the Polish program, the systems will be installed at the PSNC’s high-performance computing data center located in Poznań, Poland and will accelerate its work in quantum computing across a range of scientific and application areas including biology, chemistry and machine learning.

  • Safe-Home: Security-Aware Fog-based Efficient Home Monitoring for Elders

    Safe-Home: Security-Aware Fog-based Efficient Home Monitoring for Elders

    Safe-Home is an international project involving scientific institutions, universities and entrepreneurs from Portugal, South Korea, the Czech Republic and Poland, represented by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and medvc.eu company. The non-invasive system for monitoring the health and wellbeing of the elderly was featured on Europa Minha by the Portuguese RTP TV channel.

  • PSNC and AMU research: How has COVID-19 affected outdoor activities?

    PSNC and AMU research: How has COVID-19 affected outdoor activities?

    As part of the cooperation between the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and the Faculty of Sociology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, a study was carried out to present models of amateur sport participation during the COVID-19 restrictions on outdoor activities. The results of the research have been published in the latest issue of the university journal "Man and Society".

  • PSNC and the INSENSION project in Psychology Today

    PSNC and the INSENSION project in Psychology Today

    The latest issue of the American bimonthly magazine "Psychology Today" features an interview with Ed Fennell, with whom Michał Kosiedowski - Head of the Future Internet Services Department at PSNC - is working to prepare the next stages of work in projects developing technology to support interaction with the environment for people with profound multiple intellectual disabilities.

  • Success of the Researchers’ Night in Poznań

    Success of the Researchers’ Night in Poznań

    The Researchers' Night project, in which the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center has been an active participant for many years, was awarded 14 out of 15 points in the European Commission's Horizon competition. The evaluation of the project highlighted, among other things, a comprehensive and interesting programme, interesting promotional activities, as well as the diversity of scientific fields represented by the consortium partners.

  • Scientific Conference “Doctor-Patient-Scientist, collaboration in rare diseases”

    Scientific Conference “Doctor-Patient-Scientist, collaboration in rare diseases”

    On 28 February 2024, on the occasion of the International Rare Diseases Day, the IBCH PAS Foundation, in cooperation with the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry PAS and the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, is organising a free, fully virtual conference "Doctor-Patient-Scientist, Collaboration in Rare Diseases", as an expression of solidarity with people struggling with these diseases.

  • Conference4me in 2023

    Conference4me in 2023

    For the Conference4me team, 2024 will be already the 13th year of intense activity in the conference segment of the mobile event application market. Worldwide, in 67 countries, the app has been installed by more than 250,000 users on Android and iOS platforms, during 757 conferences and 447 exhibitions.

  • Visit to the interior of the ITER fusion reactor

    Visit to the interior of the ITER fusion reactor

    Representatives of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center took part in a meeting organised at the headquarters of the ITER Organisation (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor), prepared by the management of the TSVV11 (Theory, Simulation, Validation and Verification) EUROfusion and the Dutch eScience Centre. During the meeting, participants had the opportunity to take a closer look at the world's largest fusion reactor.

  • Welcome to the PPAM 2024 Conference

    Welcome to the PPAM 2024 Conference

    The 15th edition of the international conference "Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics" (PPAM 2024) will be held in Ostrava, Czech Republic, from 8 to 11 September 2024, during which the Workshop on Advancements of Global Challenges Applications (AGCA), co-founded by PSNC, will be organised.

  • Report 2023: summary of the jubilee year

    Report 2023: summary of the jubilee year

    We invite you to read the PSNC 2023 Annual Report, which not only summarises the activities of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center over the past year, but also marks the twelve-month celebration of the 30th anniversary of the PSNC's activities and the 20th anniversary of the PIONIER Consortium.

  • Establishment of the LOFAR ERIC consortium

    Establishment of the LOFAR ERIC consortium

    In early 2024, the LOFAR ERIC consortium was officially established, which includes Poland, includes Bulgaria, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy. The consortium will work on the European Low Frequency Array European Research Infrastructure.

  • Letter of intent was signed for the construction of Poznań CityLab

    Letter of intent was signed for the construction of Poznań CityLab

    Next year, Poznań CityLab will open in the capital of Wielkopolska Region. It is an urban innovation laboratory where projects based on artificial intelligence and machine learning will be developed. Universities, research units and a foundation with which the City has signed a letter of intent are involved in its creation. One of the letter signatories is the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center.

  • PSNC booth at SC2023 presents an overview of the system and a remote demo of this operation

    PSNC booth at SC2023 presents an overview of the system and a remote demo of this operation

    British quantum computer developer ORCA Computing has been selected by the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) to provide two ORCA Computing PT-1 quantum photonics systems. Funded under the Polish program, the systems will be installed at the PSNC’s high-performance computing data center located in Poznań, Poland and will accelerate its work in quantum computing across a range of scientific and application areas including biology, chemistry and machine learning.

  • PSNC Podcast: The fastest data storage systems

    PSNC Podcast: The fastest data storage systems

    The explosion of Big Data, Data Science and AI applications means that IT systems need ever faster access to data, using ever larger data collections and ever more files. The efficiency of data access is the key to the efficiency of computing, and thus to progress in research, education or business. In the sixth episode of the PSNC Podcast, we talk about the fastest data storage systems.

  • Presentation of the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 projects at the HiPEAC conference

    Presentation of the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 projects at the HiPEAC conference

    During the HiPEAC conference (17-19 January in Munich), the HiDALGO2 and ESIWACE3 centres of excellence jointly organised a workshop entitled "Towards reliable Digital Twin - advancing applications and tools capabilities for Global Challenges", whose main organiser was Marcin Lawenda, Ph.D. Eng. from the HPC New Architectures Department.

  • Safe-Home: Security-Aware Fog-based Efficient Home Monitoring for Elders

    Safe-Home: Security-Aware Fog-based Efficient Home Monitoring for Elders

    Safe-Home is an international project involving scientific institutions, universities and entrepreneurs from Portugal, South Korea, the Czech Republic and Poland, represented by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and medvc.eu company. The non-invasive system for monitoring the health and wellbeing of the elderly was featured on Europa Minha by the Portuguese RTP TV channel.

  • Black Pearl Award goes to INSENSION project

    Black Pearl Award goes to INSENSION project

    The Black Pearl Award is presented by EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe. This year's award in the Medical Technologies category was awarded to the INSENSION project, implemented by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center. The award recognises innovative, research-based work supporting people with profound and/or multiple learning disabilities.

  • Welcome to the Pan-European Quantum Internet Hackathon 2024

    Welcome to the Pan-European Quantum Internet Hackathon 2024

    On 15 and 16 February 2024, the third edition of the Quantum Internet Hackathon will take place simultaneously in four European cities: Delft (The Netherlands), Dresden (Germany), Paris (France) and Poznan (Poland). The Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center is the co-organiser of the hackathon, which is aimed at quantum technology enthusiasts

  • PSNC and AMU research: How has COVID-19 affected outdoor activities?

    PSNC and AMU research: How has COVID-19 affected outdoor activities?

    As part of the cooperation between the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and the Faculty of Sociology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, a study was carried out to present models of amateur sport participation during the COVID-19 restrictions on outdoor activities. The results of the research have been published in the latest issue of the university journal "Man and Society".

  • Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center has joined the European digital brain research infrastructure – EBRAINS

    Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center has joined the European digital brain research infrastructure – EBRAINS

    In January 2024, the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) affiliated with the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBCH PAS) joined EBRAINS as a full member, thus gaining the opportunity to co-design research infrastructure and contribute to the development of digital tools to support brain research. The M. Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences has also joined the association as an Associated Member as of 2024.

  • PSNC at the “Energy – Now and Tomorrow” Symposium

    PSNC at the “Energy – Now and Tomorrow” Symposium

    On the 5th and 6th of January, a two-day symposium entitled "Energy - now and tomorrow" was held in the historic palace and park complex in Gułtowy. The event was attended by representatives of scientific and research institutions and local government units from the Wielkopolska region, together with Dr Krzysztof Kurowski - Technical Director of PSNC. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the future of energy.

  • PSNC and the INSENSION project in Psychology Today

    PSNC and the INSENSION project in Psychology Today

    The latest issue of the American bimonthly magazine "Psychology Today" features an interview with Ed Fennell, with whom Michał Kosiedowski - Head of the Future Internet Services Department at PSNC - is working to prepare the next stages of work in projects developing technology to support interaction with the environment for people with profound multiple intellectual disabilities.

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Our mission is “Integration and development of IT infrastructure of science”. We provide the scientific community with access to world-class IT infrastructure. As the operator of the national PIONIER network and the city’s POZMAN network, we provide fast and secure access to the Internet and network services at international, national and local level. As a Supercomputing Center, we offer a wide range of computing services, access to virtual servers, cloud services, while allowing for fast and scalable data management.

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