ExCALIBUR Working Group on turbulence at the exascale
The Harnessing Exascale Computing (ExCALIBUR) programme aims to redesign high priority simulation codes and algorithms to fully harness the power of supercomputers in the mid-2020s, keeping UK research and development at the forefront of high-performance simulation science. This will be achieved this by bringing together an unprecedented range of UK domain experts, mathematicians and computational scientists. Who will identify common issues and opportunities in the high priority simulation codes and focus their combined scientific expertise and resources to accelerate toward interdisciplinary solutions.
To better understand the opportunities and the challenges in computational fluid dynamics that will come with exascale computing, EPSRC and UKRI are funded a Design and Development Working Group (DDWG) targeting turbulent flow simulations at the exascale, a high priority area of research for the UK
This DDWG brings together communities from the UK Turbulence Consortium (UKTC) and the UK Consortium on Reacting Flows (UKCRF) to ensure a smooth transition to exascale computing, with the aim to develop transformative techniques for future-proofing their production simulation software ecosystems dedicated to the study of turbulent flows.