Our research highlights serve as a collection of feature articles detailing recent scientific achievements on GCS HPC resources. 

Technical University of Munich scientists, working with computational experts at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, perform massive simulations focused on understanding turbulent interactions of gas in high-pressure environments.

Researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and their partners at the Technical University of Munich have developed innovative ways to assess risk for two of the Earth’s most destructive disasters.

Using a combination of CT-scans, other available patient data, and simulations, researchers are forging a path toward personalizing medicine and improving outcomes for patients with acute respiratory illnesses. In collaboration with the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, researchers from the Technical University of Munich are developing new computational methods to put insights from more accurate modelling and simulation into the hands of medical professionals.

From touch screens and advanced electronic sensors to better drug delivery devices, graphene has become one of the most promising new materials in recent decades. In an effort to produce cheap, defect-free graphene in larger quantities, researchers from the Technical University of Munich have been using GCS HPC resources to develop more efficient methods for producing graphene at the industrial scale.