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.

To read more about Jim Crutchfield's work and the NERSC supercomputer, check out this article from the UC Davis Egghead blog.