​​Modelling and Simulation research group focuses on a general approach to modelling and simulation of problems from empirical sciences, in particular using high performance computing (HPC). Particular areas of focus include: the development of advanced numerical methods for modelling and simulation, such as fast solvers like parallel adaptive multi-grid methods, allowing for application to complex realistic models; the development of corresponding simulation frameworks and tools; and the efficient use of top-level supercomputers for that purpose. These methods and tools are applied towards problem-solving in fields including computational fluid dynamics, environmental research, energy research, finance, neuroscience, pharmaceutical technology and beyond.

speakers from KAUST, Birmingham, Graz, Utrecht, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Buffalo, Linz, Weissach, Lugano, Kaliningrad, Heidelberg, State College, Philadelphia, Torino, Riyadh
Monday, March 21, 09:00
- 17:30
Building 3, Level 5, Room 5209
Speakers from KAUST, CEMSE, PSE, G-CSC, IBRAE and INM RAS
Thursday, March 25, 10:30
- 17:00
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