National Supercomputer Centre (NSC)

Data center at National Supercomputer Centre, Campus Valla, Linköping University. Photo credit Thor Balkhed

The National Supercomputer Centre (NSC) at Linköping University in Sweden is a provider of leading edge national supercomputing resources and has been one of the leading HPC providers in Sweden for more than 25 years.

We provide a wide range of high performance computing and data services to members of academic institutions throughout Sweden and to our partners, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) and Saab. The HPC resources at NSC are used by researchers within a wide range of scientific areas, such as computational fluid dynamics, materials science, many other areas of physics and chemistry, life sciences, meteorology/climatology, etc.

News about NSC

The supercomputer Berzelius photographed with fisheye lens.

24 January 2023

Swedish AI research gets more muscle

The supercomputer Berzelius was inaugurated in the spring of 2021, and was then Sweden's fastest supercomputer for AI. Yet, more power is needed to meet the needs of Swedish AI research.

Björn Alling.

04 February 2022

Björn Alling sees new opportunities for strengthening NSC

Björn Alling is the new director of the National Supercomputer Centre at Linköping University. One of his goals is to make more researchers aware of supercomputers as a resource. He also wants the NSC to grow, both nationally and internationally.

Jonas Björk.

09 June 2021

New light on making two-dimensional polymers

Researchers from Linköping University, among others, has developed a method to manufacture two-dimensional polymers with the thickness of a single molecule. The discovery paves the way to new ultrathin and functional materials.

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