National Academic Infrastructure for Supercomputing in Sweden (NAISS)

NAISS, the National Academic Infrastructure for Supercomputing in Sweden, is providing researchers with high-performance computing (HPC) resources, storage capacity, and data services.

NAISS is by far the largest and most widely used research infrastructure in Sweden, with more than 7,600 users at some 30 universities and research institutes in 2023. We offer a qualified and decentralised support in cooperation with other universities to help users get maximum output from our resources.

NAISS is currently in the process of procuring a new supercomputer, Arrhenius, which will be installed in Linköping. It is projected to be up and running in 2025. This is a major investment that will significantly boost the Swedish HPC capacity and make Sweden a full member of EuroHPC, a joint initiative between European countries and private partners that aims to put Europe at the forefront of supercomputing.

NAISS is hosted by Linköping University. We are mainly funded by the Swedish Research Council, but also by our 11 partner universities. Our budget for 2023 was SEK 150 million.



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