The main objective of ChEESE is to establish a new Center of Excellence (CoE) in the domain of Solid Earth (SE) targeting the preparation of 10 Community flagship European codes for the upcoming pre-Exascale (2020) and Exascale (2022) supercomputers.Read more
The objectives of the project will be achieved through activities organized in six workpackages. These include Management (WP1) and Dissemination, training and outreach (WP6). The technical work is organized in HPC Software Engineering (WP2), HPC modelling workflows and tools (WP3), Exascale pilot demonstrators (WP4) and Service validation and enabling (WP5).Read more
The ChEESE CoE consortium consists of 13 partners including a range of world-class academic and industry partners from across Europe.Read more
The ChEESE Equality Committee, also known as ShEESE, celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science by launching a social media campaign on the week of 11 February 2022. Photos and quotes of the project´s female researchers were posted on Twitter and LinkedIn and used the hashtags #InternationalDayofWomenandGirlsinScience, #WomeninScience, #howitstarted and #howitsgoing.
Barcelona, 29 March 2022 - After three and a half years of research, the European-funded Center of Excellence for Exascale in Solid Earth (ChEESE) has succeeded in preparing simulation codes and applications as geohazard mitigation services that can be used to support the private and public sectors in decision-making related to earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis. The potential services, proven to run efficiently on present pre-exascale prototype supercomputers, were carried out as demonstrators in operational environments.