Intel Funds UC Davis Physics for Automated Modeling of the Complex Climate


Jim Crutchfield is part of a collaboration with Intel Corp and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs’ NERSC supercomputer center that is co-developing algorithms to model and predict climate on one of the world’s largest supercomputers—600,000 CPUs. The project, "Spatiotemporal Computational Mechanics—Developing a Novel Approach to Automatically Modeling Coherent Structures and Predicting Turbulent Flows in Climate Dynamics," has been funded by Intel for three years.