The Center of Excellence in Combustion (CoEC) has been created in order to apply exascale computing technologies to promote and develop advanced simulation software that can support the decarbonisation goals of the European Union within the energy and transportation sectors.

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Objectives

To target scientific breakthroughs in combustion enabled by Exascale computing.
To achieve significant advances in bringing combustion simulation technologies to market.
To develop HPC software and algorithms for the efficient exploitation of Exascale systems.
To promote and strengthen collaboration between the well-established European combustion and HPC communities, creating the European Exascale Combustion Community.
To develop a services portfolio that includes standardized workflows and databases - targeting relevant stakeholders of the academic, industrial and Public Governance Bodies.

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Combustion science

CoEC partners are highly regarded for their work in developing CFD codes in the field of turbulent multiphase reacting flows. The project is a joint effort to leverage their knowledge in order to revise the state-of-the-art in combustion simulation methodologies seeking for more advanced approaches enabled by Exascale computing. 

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HPC combustion algorithms

CoEC has the know-how in HPC software engineering that will result in Exa-enabling combustion simulation codes, which require the design and efficient implementation of new algorithms and data processing and analysis tools. The project targets Exascale combustion simulation workflows for co-design activities since combustion is an Exascale problem and meaningful benchmarks can be naturally generated. CoEC will ensure the performance portability of the complete combustion simulation workflow on emerging supercomputing systems.

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HPC combustion codes

CoEC is composed of the main developers of European combustion simulation codes and advanced users in the field of computational combustion. The CoEC consortium is a good representation of the European leadership in exascale-oriented codes and innovative algorithms and methodologies for the modelling and simulation of power and propulsion systems. CoEC represents a joint effort from the HPC and combustion community seeking to address key scientific and societal challenges related to the decarbonization of transportation and the power generation sector.
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Workplan

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Collaborators

Scientific Advisory Board

The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) consists of six external scientists in the fields of combustion and HPC that contribute their expertise to support CoEC in attaining its goals. The main role of the SAB is to provide constructive criticism on the project development and its scientific direction. They also provide strategic support to work package leaders in the periodic General Assemblies, at which the SAB members are invited. The SAB may be extended to one or two more scientists as the project develops.

 

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Industrial Advisory Board

The Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) provides an independent, industry-based mechanism for obtaining feedback on project interim results. Moreover, and in collaboration with the Exploitation Manager (EM), facilitates Industry and end-user communities direct participation in identifying and pursuing exploitation opportunities. The IAB will meet personally when possible but also remotely to minimize unnecessary traveling, and reviews the CoE evolution and provides feedback. The AB comprises representatives of industry, SMEs, academic networks and public governance bodies.

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Activities

Focus CoE

FocusCoE contributes to the success of the European high-performance computing “ecosystem”. They support the Centers of Excellence in high-performance computing to more effectively fulfil their role, which is to ensure that extreme scale applications result in tangible benefits for addressing scientific, industrial or societal challenges.

All dissemination activities done by CoEC will be further disseminated by Focus CoE through its various communication channels.

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ERCOFTAC

The European Research Community On Flow Turbulence And Combustion (ERCOFTAC) is a leading international association with about 180 institutional members, academic and commercial, in the technology sectors flow dynamics, turbulence and combustion. One of its key mission objectives is to provide its members with access to all sources of useful information on flow, turbulence and combustion. CoEC will collaborate with ERCOFTAC to provide advanced training courses in combustion simulations from HPC algorithms to high-fidelity simulation of practical combustion systems.

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PRACE

The mission of PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe) is to enable high-impact scientific discovery and engineering research and development across all disciplines to enhance European competitiveness for the benefit of society. PRACE seeks to realise this mission by offering world class computing and data management resources and services through a peer review process.

PRACE will be the main source of computing resources for the CoEC project though its well-established allocation mechanisms. Furthermore, CoEC will organise specific training events in collaboration with PRACE Training Centres.

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