Next generation time-stepping strategies for computer simulations of multi-scale fluid flows

Description

The vast range of scales in many fluid problems translates into significant computational cost in computer simulations. Rapidly evolving hardware in high-performance computing poses challenges for developers of numerical methods. This SIG will explore novel computational strategies to improve efficiency of transient flow simulations on current and future supercomputers.

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Members

L = leader; C = co-leader; * = Other key personnel

[L]  Daniel Ruprecht ( University of Leeds ): d.ruprecht@leeds.ac.uk
Martin Schreiber ( University of Exeter ):
[C]  Jemma Shipton ( University of Exeter ): j.shipton@exeter.ac.uk
Isabelle Baraffe ( University of Exeter ):
Mike Bell ( Met Office ):
Tommaso Benacchio ( Met Office ):
Matthew Chantry ( University of Oxford ):
Federico Danieli ( University of Oxford ):
Christopher Davies ( University of Leeds ):
Michail Diamantakis ( European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts ):
Peter Dueben ( European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts ):
Tom Goffrey ( University of Exeter ):
Matthew Griffith ( University of Bath ):
Derek Groen ( Brunel University London ):
David Ham ( Imperial College London ):
Iva Kavcic ( Met Office ):
Sarah-Jane Lock ( European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts ):
[C]  Lawrence Mitchell ( Imperial College London ): lawrence.mitchell@imperial.ac.uk
Eike Mueller ( University of Bath ):
Jennifer Ryan ( University of East Anglia ):
Debasmita Samaddar ( UK Atomic Energy Authority ):
Steve Tobias ( University of Leeds ):
Nils Wedi ( European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts ):
Beth Wingate ( University of Exeter ):

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