Lehrstuhl für Systemsimulation Erlangen-Nürnberg (LSS)

The chair for System Simulation (LSS) deals with the modeling and simulation of complex systems in science and engineering. Its main focus is on the efficient and parallel implementation of the algorithms required by these systems. Current research includes the development of massively parallel multigrid methods for finite elements, multi-core programming techniques and cache oriented iterative methods. Additionally, the Lattice Boltzmann framework WaLBerla is being developed and designed for the use on todays supercomputers. In particular, the Lattice Boltzmann method has been used to study methods for the simulation of free surface flows and complex fluid structure interactions.

Within the SKALB project the LSS is enhancing LBM data structures for the use on massively parallel supercomputers with focus on: