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LLNL values industry partnerships, especially when the Lab's world-class computing resources can advance and scale solutions to real-world problems. See below to learn more about the two primary avenues for these formal collaborations. If you're interested in co-developing HPC software with LLNL, contact us at hpcic [at] (hpcic[at]llnl[dot]gov).

Innovation and Partnerships Office (IPO)

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The IPO is LLNL's focal point for industry engagements. Whether by technology commercialization, encouraging entrepreneurship, or via business development activities, the IPO aims to identify new economic opportunities and solutions and transfer those to the private sector through licensing or partnerships for the benefit of the U.S. economy. Visit the IPO website to learn more about LLNL's award-winning technology solutions, partnering and licensing guidelines, technology transfer activities, and more.

HPC4EnergyInnovation (HPC4EI)

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The HPC4EI program is sponsored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Managed by LLNL in partnership with other national labs, the program aims to provide industry with HPC expertise and resources from national labs to lower the risk of HPC adoption and broaden its use in technology development, with an emphasis on projects that could result in energy or cost savings. Visit the HPC4EI website to learn more about funding opportunities, application requirements, success stories, and more.