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The National Competence Centre in HPC conducts free courses, training sessions, webinars, and workshops in the field of HPC. We not only provide access to computational resources and expert support, but also teach how to use HPC software. Our training covers effective utilisation of supercomputing resources, HPC application programming, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data analysis, as well as coding courses, parallel programming, and specialised application training such as ANSYS, Gaussian, MATLAB, OpenFOAM.
In addition to our regular courses, we also organise customized training sessions. Requests can be submitted through the form or by writing to


In addition to in-person and online courses, we offer a variety of free training materials and instructions on this website. These include text files, presentations, and video materials, such as webinar recordings.
More information on this can be found in the Training Materials section on our website and on social media platforms.

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