eFlows4HPC aims at designing and implementing a European workflow platform that enables the design of complex applications that integrate HPC processes, data analytics and artificial intellegence, making use of the HPC resources in an easy, efficient and responsible way as well as enabling the accessibility and reusability of applications to reduce the time to solution.
The overall approach integrates three Pillars, Pillar I - Digital twins, Pillar II Climate, and Pillar III: Urgent computing.
Different components from these three widely different user communities will be integrated into a common software stack, eFLows4HPC, that allow to reuse complex workflows in federated HPC infrastructures. The platform and software stack will be validated by use cases organised in the three Pillars. The Pillars will further develop methodologies and complex workflows that will be used as pilots for the industry, climate, and natural hazards communities represented by various EU Centre of Excellence.
The Norwegian contribution will be primarily in Pillar III, and be related to implementation of workflows that enable faster than real time tsunami simulations. This will improve the effectiveness of the tsunami simulations, and help enable better tools that form the background for better warning procedures in the future. Integration of existing tsunami models with modern workflows will provide this enhancement. More detailed breakdown of the tasks are listed in the project Gantt Diagram. This Gantt diagram lists only the tasks of the Norewegian partner.