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  1. Supercomputers and Mathematical Models for Multiphysics Simulations in Energy and Accelerator Sciences

    Wednesday, April 25, 2012 | Presented by Roman Samulyak | 54:11

    In the 477th Brookhaven Lecture, Roman Samulyak discusses developing mathematical models accurate and reliable enough for simulated experiments to replace actual experiments. He explains how supercomputers and numerical tools are being used to investigate turbulence, design components for future muon colliders, and evaluate ideas for nuclear fusion.   Read more

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