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The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) has been founded on April 23, 2009 in Sofia, Bulgaria as a non-profit organisation. Since then NCSA has been committing all its available knowledge, experience and resources to strengthening the national High Performance Computing (HPC) capacity and capability and the integration of Bulgaria in the European HPC ecosystem. These include mainly research and scientific activities on new supercomputer systems and parallel architectures as well as algorithms and software enabling in a range of scientific domains, facilitates and promotes the use of modern methods for parallel processing. A key pillar in NCSA-BG’s portfolio of activities is the organisation of a range of HPC training courses for a variety of graduates, doctoral students and research teams.

NCSA responsibilities in the project encompass installation and performance optimizations of the MD simulator and the other tools for running on Extreme Scale Booster and Cluster Module, respectively.