Center of Excellence in Combustion
The European Union is committed to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To reach this goal, there is a need for coordinated research and innovation efforts to make low and zero-carbon solutions economically viable.
The recently launched Center of Excellence in Combustion (CoEC) addresses this challenge using advanced modelling and simulation technologies to study the combustion of sustainable fuels and new combustion technologies in order to transform Europe´s power and transportation sectors.
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This use case is aiming at optimizing burner performance in terms of pollutant emissions, making use of large-scale simulations.
The goal of this use case is to demonstrate the predictive capabilities of Exascale simulations to provide accurate results of soot formation when applied to large-scale simulations.
Do you want to make a difference and contribute to combustion research that could transform Europe´s power and transportation sectors? CoEC is looking for PhD students and postdocs.
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RT @PRACE_RI: 🏆 The Winner of the 2021 PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC is CNRS researcher Dr Céline Merlet #CIRIMAT, Toulouse! Congratulat…Read More
We have been featured by one of Bulgaria´s biggest newspapers! Learn more about CoEC and how the National Center for Supercomputing Applications is contributing to the project👉 #combustion #rene...Read More
Submissions are open for #SC21. Keep these deadlines in mind: Workshops submissions👉26 Feb 2021 Paper abstract submissions👉2 April 2021 Tutorial submissions👉30 April 2021 More information he...Read More