About us

Supercomputing Luxembourg is the starting point for your supercomputing journey. Access to expertise, advice and training for high-performance computing (HPC), high-performance data analytics and artificial intelligence. 


With Luxembourg’s new high-performance computer MeluXina, supercomputing has become more accessible than ever before. Start-ups, SMEs and larger companies as well as research organisations and public administrations can run high-performance computing workloads and take advantage of MeluXina and the University of Luxembourg’s supercomputing system. 

Supercomputing Luxembourg offers a wide portfolio of services to help you to set up and implement your supercomputing-enabled projects. Our role is to help you identify opportunities where supercomputing can boost your business and/or research activities and guide you towards the resources you will need to kick off and implement your projects. We also offer training sessions to give you better insight into what supercomputing is and how you can use it in your organisation. 


Connecting businesses and research centres with supercomputers

One of our key tasks is to help you to get access to supercomputing systems such as MeluXina, Luxembourg’s national high-performance computer, and the University of Luxembourg supercomputing system. 

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Who we are

Supercomputing Luxembourg is jointly managed by national innovation agency Luxinnovation, LuxProvide – the company in charge of the MeluXina supercomputer – and the University of Luxembourg. Together, we provide comprehensive support to Luxembourg organisations wishing to explore how they could benefit from the use of supercomputing capabilities. 

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Supercomputing Luxembourg has been set up in the context of the EuroCC project, which is co-funded by the European Commission via the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking and by the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy. This European collaborative project aims to establish national competence centres in 33 countries across Europe.