Wednesday, April 25, 2012, 4:00 pm — Berkner Hall Auditorium
The Computational Science Center at Brookhaven Lab is home to several supercomputers that enable scientists to gain new insights through numerical experiments and simulations. Applied mathematics, computer science, and physics theory are combined to develop sophisticated models, numerical algorithms, and supercomputer codes to simulate complex systems such as particle accelerators and energy sources. Samulyak will discuss the goal of developing mathematical models accurate and reliable enough for simulated experiments to replace actual experiments. He will also explain how supercomputers and numerical tools are used to investigate the nature of turbulence, design components for future muon colliders, evaluate new ideas for nuclear fusion, and more.
Hosted by: Allen Orville
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