Re-watch the videos of all the presentations held at the first CoE joint technical workshop. The event was organized by the CoEs ChEESE, EXCELLERAT and HiDALGO.
The aim of this use case is to use a posteriori error estimation to drive both mesh adaption and CAD morphing in an iterative process to produce an optimal design for a given output of interest.
Researchers developed a new application / library called Treeadapt for massively parallel mesh adaptation.
Want to learn more about how to scan large Fortran legacy HPC codes for an improvement of coding style? Read the latest EXCELLERAT blog post about Flinter, a tool developed by EXCELLERAT for maintaining their core codes on the way to the Exascale level.
EXCELLERAT has developed an intelligent data transfer platform that helps researchers predict the demand for intensive care units during the coronavirus pandemic.
Read the latest issue of the EXCELLERAT CoE newsletter. It features a success story on improved simulations in the automotive field and a report on the digital CAE conference.
This article gives an overview over the various ways in which EU projects are using supercomputing applications to tackle and support the global challenge of containing the corona virus pandemic.
In this use case, Excellerat focused on maximising the parallel performance of the mesh partition process to minimise the load balancing overhead.
The 2020 edition of the ETP4HPC Handbook of HPC projects is available, including – besides many other intiatives – introductions to all the 14 CoEs and FocusCoE.
Find out how the CoEs contribute to this year’s virtual Supercomputing Conference