Babak Hejazialhosseini works in the CSE Lab at ETH Zurich under the supervision of Professor Koumoutsakos. Babak presents his work on “High throughput software for direct numerical simulations of compressible two-phase flows”.
The Swiss Distributed Computing Day is an annual meeting of users and providers of distributed computing technologies. This year’s theme is “Supporting Science with Cloud Computing” and it will be held on November 19 2012 at the University of Bern. The event is free of charge and the registration deadline is November 15th. Date: November […]
A few weeks ago CSCS had an open day. One of our purposes was to explain to the visitors how scientists use the supercomputers to do their work. With that in mind, Maria Grazia created a short cartoon entitled “How do computational researchers work: a typical day”. “I observe the world around me displaying all […]
The Swiss Italian Radio (RSI) recently broadcast an item on the new CSCS building and the scientific projects running here in their programme ”Scintille”. They interviewed Michele De Lorenzi, associate director at CSCS, and two professors from ETH Zurich, Günther Dissertori (particle physics) and Marcella Carollo (astrophysics). Listen to the broadcast »
At the 41st SPEEDUP Workshop, Laurent Villard presented “Gyrokinetic simulations of turbulence in magnetic fusion plasmas”. Laurent Villard is Adjunct Professor at EPF Lausanne. His research interests include the fast ion driven instabilities of the Alfvén wave, MHD equilibrium and stability of toroidal plasmas and small scale turbulence simulations based on gyrokinetic theory making use […]