Institute of Information and Communication Technologies

The Institute of Information and Communication Technologies (IICT) at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is founded on 1-st of July 2010 as a successor of the Institute for Parallel Processing (IPP), Institute of Information Technologies (IIT), and Institute of Computer and Communication Systems (ICCS). It has a leading position among the scientific institutions in Bulgaria in the fields of Grid, Cloud and HPC computing, linguistic and semantic technologies, intelligent systems, signal and image processing. Currently, IICT has a research staff of more than 100 scientists and 30 Ph.D. students. Yearly, the institute publishes more than 250 papers in peer-reviewed conferences and international journals. IICT operates the Advanced Computing and Data Centre (ACDC) (http://www.hpc.acad.bg/). The main HPC system of the institute, Avitohol, is operational since 2015, with position 331 in the TOP500 list of 2015, and has more than 400 Teraflops of theoretical performance.

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  • Acad. G. Bonchev bl. 2
    1113 Sofia
    Sofia Bulgaria

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