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The 2017 workshop of the GAMM activity group on CSE will take place on October 19-20 at Jülich Supercomputing Centre. The focus of this event is on “coupling”.

This event is jointly organized by Jülich Supercomputing Centre, the RWTH Aachen University Profile Area CompSE, and JARA-HPC. We highly encourage all participants to give a talk. In the tradition of the GAMM, the workshop especially is a good opportunity for young researchers to present and discuss their work in a friendly and productive atmosphere.

Research in the area of computational science and engineering (CSE) has become a major driving force for scientific progress in the fields of numerical simulation, high-performance computing and algorithm development. The impact of this rapidly evolving discipline is manifold: emerging fields like biomedical engineering, data driven computing as well as water sustainability and advanced new materials rely fundamentally on cutting-edge CSE research. Yet, a unique interweaving of knowledge as well as novel approaches in education and funding are required to strengthen CSE as the “third pillar” of science.

Together with a long-standing tradition of research on computational mechanics, the fields of mathematical modelling, numerics and scientific computing are key topics of the Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik e.V. (GAMM). They form the basis of modern CSE, requiring interdisciplinary and international research collaborations across traditional boundaries.

The 2017 workshop of the GAMM activity group on CSE will take place on October 19-20 at Jülich Supercomputing Centre. The focus of this event is on “coupling”: Finding strategies to efficiently couple models, methods and software to solve for the individual physics is a challenging task and a highly active field of research. In particular, regarding upcoming exascale systems, the scalability of such coupled software solutions is key to code sustainability and code applicability to solve even more complex multi-physics problems in the future.


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