Computational Physics

Computational physics is nowadays the main beneficiary of the scientificHPC, large-scale numerical computations being necessary whenever the complexity of the physical systems investigated does not allow the derivation of an analytical solution.

The main objective of the Computational Physics VRC is to join together the various physics research teams from the SEE area and to provide them access to a powerfulHPC infrastructure and tools which will make possible their participation in multidisciplinary and international collaborations.

For this purpose, software developers from 6 countries will contribute with 8 applications in the fields of High Energy and Particle Physics, Plasma Physics, Physics of Condensed Matter, Atomic Physics, and Computational Fluid Dynamics.

The application range extends from nanoelectronics, micro-devices optimization and the modeling of robotic devices for biomedicine, to improved means for feature detection in satellite images, which leads to better mapping, localization and search services.

  • AMR_PAR - Parallel algorithm and program for the solving of continuum mechanics equations using Adaptive Mesh Refinement
    Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Laboratory of MathematicalModelling, Republic of Moldova
  • EagleEye- Feature Extraction from Satellite Images Using a Hybrid Computing Architecture
    University Politehnica of Bucharest / Computer Science and Engineering, Romania
  • FAMAD - Fractal Algorithms for MAss Distribution
    Institute for Space Sciences, Romania
  • FuzzyCmeans - Parallel Fuzzy C Means for classification/Feature detection category
    West University of Timisoara/Computer Science Department, Romania
  • GENETATOMICS - Genetic algorithms in atomic collisions
    Institute of Physics, Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, UKIM, FYROM
  • GIM -Geophysical Inversion Modeling
    Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania
  • HAG - High energy physics Algorithms on GPU
    Institute for Space Sciences, Romania
  • HMLQCD - Hadron Masses from Lattice QCD
    University of Tirana, Albania
  • NUQG - Numerical study of ultra-cold quantum gases
    Scientific Computing Laboratory, Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia
  • SET - Simulation of electron transport
    Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
  • SFHG - Self Avoiding Hamiltonian Walk on Gaskets
    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Thermomechanics, University of BanjaLuka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • SIMPLE-TS_2D - Finite Volume Method for calculation of 2D gas-microflows using standard MPI
    Kiril Stoyanov Shterev and Stefan Kanchev Stefanov, Institute of Mechanics – BAS / Department of “Complex and multiphase Flows”, Bulgaria