Leonhard Rannabauer (TUM), Philipp Samfaß (TUM), Jean-Matthieu Gallard (TUM), Tobias Weinzierl (Durham University) and Anne Reinarz (Durham University)
Contact person: Michael Bader
The ExaHyPE engine numerically solves systems of hyperbolic PDEs, as stemming from conservation laws. A concrete model for seismic wave propagation problems is being developed within the ExaHyPE project. The model is based on high-order Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) discretization, local time-stepping and works on tree-structured Cartesian meshes. The activities in this CoE will focus on setting up concrete services based on the ExaHyPE engine and seismic models.
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|Current code level||
Optimisation of backends for small tensor and matrix operations on various CPU architectures (Intel, AMD, ARM)
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Algorithmic and HPC improvements: