Understanding the origins of our universe gives researchers insight into how stars and planets were born. From studying supernovas to modeling large swaths of galaxies, astrophysicists use HPC to help uncover how we came to be, and how elements have spread across the universe. 

The following is a list of recent reports submitted by users of HLRS's high-performance computing systems describing their scientific interests and research results.

User research reports

Modelling the Near-Earth Space in Six Dimensions

Simulating the Universe: Predictive Galaxy Formation towards the Smallest Scales

Petascale Computations for Atomic and Molecular Collisions: PAMOP and PAMOP2

The Emergence of Structures in the Next Generation of Hydrodynamical Cosmological Simulations

Unravelling the Interior Evolution of Rocky Planets through Large-Scale Numerical Simulations