High Performance Computing


HPC clusters are indispensable for the solution of real-world large-scale engineering problems. Knowing potential scalability limitations of current standard processors, different many-core architectures have been proposed. They are a prototype for hardware in future HPC clusters. An important research objective is the introduction of new hardware-aware numerical methods that can profit from these new technologies. This also includes resilience considerations.

Exemplary results from Multi-GPU parallelization of a two-phase Navier-Stokes solver

Power consumption of the two-phase flow solver NaSt3DGPF comparing GPU and CPU implementations.
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Weak scaling parallel efficiency of the multi-GPU parallel Navier-Stokes solver NaSt3DGPF.

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