Advanced Computing Laboratory (Group Schenk)


The research of the Advanced Computing Laboratory is centered around the topic of multicore and manycore algorithms for computational science simulations on emerging high-performance computing (HPC) architectures. To this end, the research connects several relevant subfields of computer science with the needs of computational science and HPC. Typically, we drive research towards extreme-scale simulations in computational algorithms, application software, programming, and software tools. We are currently involved in several HPC and computational science research and simulation projects that develop methods and applications targeted at the next generation of petaflop/exaflop architectures.

Interdisciplinary cooperation is a key to the work of this group, which functions as a link between various branches of computer science, computing technology, and application areas ranging from applied mathematics, to various branches of the engineering and natural sciences.

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