The University of Southern Denmark (SDU) has the followings terms of sale:
As a rule you have to pay an invoice from SDU 30 days after the date of invoice, at the latest.
SDU send invoices to customers in foreign countries by e-mail or printed by mail.
Invoices have to be paid to SDU’s bank account in:
Albani Torv 2-3
5000 Odense C, Denmark
IBAN: DK51 3000 0007 4166 60
The University of Southern Denmark has VAT-number DK29283958.
DeiC National HPC Centre, SDU needs to collect and store certain personal data about you in order to provide high performance computing services to you.
For example, DeiC National HPC Centre, SDU uses your personal data to provide you with information that you request from us, information that DeiC National HPC Centre, SDU considers may interest you, or information that you should take part of for the utilization of our services.
This personal data includes:
The eScience Center of the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) provides the management, administration, and technical support to keep the national HPC running in a way that maximises the research output of Abacus 2.0.
The SDU eScience steering committee is the steering body for the center. It is an internal SDU board that operates under the mandate from the SDU executive board which the chairman of the committee reports to.
SDU eScience steering committee members
In order to expand the use of eScience to a broad spectrum of research areas, DeIC in cooperation with the University of Southern Denmark has established a national supercomputing center at the university in the city of Odense. The supercomputer is called Abacus 2.0.
For inspiration, have a look at the current TOP 500 list with the 500 fastest HPC installations in the world: top500.org. But the name for our HPC supercomputer obviously has to be new and unique.
The competition is not over and the winning proposal will be announced at our Opening Reception March 24.
The Danish eInfrastructure Cooperation (DeIC) and the University of Southern Denmark have signed a declaration of intent about establishing a national super computer centre at SDU. The super computer will be used by all Danish universities and by researchers from all fields.
The full press release can be read at deic.dk.