High Performance Computation and Computational Foundations

This theme encompasses the foundations for computational tools in terms of hardware, software development in particular on “advanced” architectures, and essential/ubiquitous algorithmic kernels in particular related to numerical linear algebra.

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Many task computing for real-time uncertainty prediction and data assimilation in the ocean
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High order schemes for 2D unsteady biogeochemical ocean models
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An events based algorithm for distributing concurrent tasks on multi-core architectures
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Adaptive rational spectral methods for the linear stability analysis of nonlinear fourth-order problems
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Robust streamline tracing for the simulation of porous media flow on general triangular and quadrilateral grids
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A general and efficient formulation of fractures and boundary conditions in the finite element method
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Parallel Simulation of Viscous Incompressible Flows
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