Target group

The project results will address researchers in diverse disciplines who work with complex simulations, from those in academia to those in industry. Another focus is set on supercomputing stakeholders.

The ExaHyPE researchers will prepare the new algorithms based on two application scenarios taken from geophysics (earthquakes) and astrophysics (gamma ray explosions). In spite of the two precisely defined areas of application, the researchers want to keep the new algorithms as general as possible so that they may also be used in other disciplines after making corresponding adaptations. Examples could include the simulation of climate and weather phenomena, the complex flow and combustion processes in engineering sciences, or even the forecasting of natural catastrophes like tsunamis or floods.

The objective is to ensure that medium-size, interdisciplinary research teams are able to adapt the simulation software for their specific purposes within a year of its release. To guarantee a rapid dissemination of the new technology, the consortium will release it as open source software.

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