Scientific Computing is the use of computers to solve problems from Science and Engineering such as energy resources exploration, materials science, ocean wave simulation, control and optimization of energy systems, development of medical systems, and High Performance Computing (HPC) including the use of Graphical Processing Units (GPUs).
If you would like to hear more about our work or if you have questions regarding collaboration, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Per Christian Hansen, Head of section, DTU Building 303. Section secretary, Mette Larsen, DTU Building 321 room 011.
The solution of today's challenging problems requires sophisticated mathematical methods and numerical algorithms, as well as the use of High-Performance Computers and Graphical Processings Units (GPUs). The central research topics in the section for Scientific Computing are numerical algorithms and their efficient implementation. Our main research areas are:
Our group's expertise and interests include most of the aspects of Scientific Computing: from modelling the physical phenomenon, designing, analysing, and implementing the solution methods to applying the methods to the solution of real problems.
Read more about our research projects on our posters.