Environment and Energy

Supercomputing is helping researchers both to develop next-generation energy technologies and to improve current power generation methods to be safer, cleaner, and more efficient. HPC is also used to model how environmental factors will influence the future climate on a regional level, informing decision makers to support the development of new mitigation strategies.

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

Finite-Size Particle Dynamics and Scalar Transport in Turbulent Open Channel Flow Over a Mobile Sediment Bed

21st Century Climate in Africa: Regional Climate Simulations with COSMO-CLM

WRF Simulations to Investigate Processes Across Scales (WRFSCALE)

Terra-Neo: Towards Earth Mantle Convection Simulation with Hierarchical Hybrid Multigrid Solvers

Seasonal Forecasts for the Horn of Africa

Climate Change Studies for Germany

High-Resolution Ocean Modelling on Unstructured Meshes