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Providing resilient executions to the energy simulations

The HPC world is facing the exascale challenge, i.e. build efficient supercomputers that will reach 1018 floating point operations per second in a way in which they will also consume as less...

HPC4E at the 14th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics

The HPC4E project took part in the 14th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics held on Montréal (Canada) from 17 to 20 July 2017.  There was a presentation at the Minisymposia "...

HPC4E at the 2nd Mathematical Congress of the Americas presenting Multiscale Hybrid-Mixed Methods for Fluids

HPC for Energy (HPC4E) researcher Frédéric Valentin (LNCC) presented the talk 'Multiscale Hybrid-Mixed Methods for Fluids' at the second Mathematical Congress of the Americas (MCA2017), held on...

Do we really need exascale computers? Geophysicists say yes, we do

Are there any industrial problems requiring supercomputers 1000 times more powerful than those that currently exist? The answer from industrial partners of the HPC4E project, and specifically from...

The HPC4E team gathers in Rio for a new face-to-face meeeting

COPPE, Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute of Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering, of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, is hosting a face-to-face meeting of the HPC4E team from 25 to 27...

Innovative multiscale numerical algorithms for highly heterogeneous media extended to seismic problems

There has been an extensive development of massively parallel computer architectures in the last decade. With single processors limited by technical issues such as heating, computers have instead...

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