Research

The University’s high-performance computing facilities currently support about 180 projects involving over 600 scientists and spanning numerous disciplines. The following projects are selected examples of current research using the supercomputing facilities:

  • computational investigations of subnuclear particle phenomena
  • dynamics of quantum systems; space weather modeling
  • electrodynamics of plasma processes in the ionosphere
  • managing the complex system of manufacturing supply chain
  • subsurface sensing and imaging systems
  • probing the principles of amyloid formation
  • simulation of initial events in T cell molecular recognition
  • molecular modeling of liquid and glassy water
  • adaptive fluid flow processes and complex-fluid hydrodynamics
  • quantum many-body studies of novel electronic materials
  • earthquake models for the analysis of crustal straining

Research Project Descriptions and Visualizations from the Scientific Computing and Visualization (scv) group.