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CoEC and CoE RAISE organise the HPC with JupyterLab workshop

CoEC, with the support of CoE RAISE, organised the Interactive HPC with JupyterLab workshop which took place on 26-27 May 2021. The course, which included a hands-on session for all 63 participants, was open to other CoEs and selected institutions. It covered the following topics: Introduction to JupyterLab, Customizing JupyterLab, JupyterLab on HPC resources and Jupyter-JSC under the hood.

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Tackling an Exascale challenge

The simulation of turbulent combustion is an extremely demanding computational problem. The complexity lies mainly in the nature of the combustion process itself, which is a multi-physics and multi-scale process with a high interaction of complex physical phenomena such as high-pressure fuel injection, atomization, vaporisation, fuel/air mixing, chemical reactions, turbulence/chemistry interaction, and pollutant formation.

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Turbulent sooting flame realized at ITV and a combustion chamber by TUD

Designing tools for exascale simulation

To achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050 it is necessary to introduce the use of sustainable fuels, such as biofuels, hydrogen, or Power-to-X (P2X) based on “e-fuels” in everyday life.

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