Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing

PRACE successful Swedish applications

This page contains information about projects with Swedish participation that received allocations on the PRACE compute resources.

Abstracts and results from these projects are aslso summarized in SNIC-PRACE Digest No 1

All successful applications for PRACE Tier-0 access and PRACE Tier-0 Preparatory Access are listed on the PRACE web pages.

PRACE publishes various project statistics for Tier-0 access. This includes tables and graphs that represent the awarded projects per country and the awarded computing time per country. PRACE updates these statistics periodically, adding information on the outcome Calls for Proposals as they become available.

Below you find the successful applications that were submitted by a Swedish researcher as project leader (PI) for the following calls:

  • Tier-0 Regular Access: Call 1 - Call 14
  • Tier-0 Preparatory Access: 1st - 23rd cut-off evaluation
  • Type D (Tier-1 for Tier0) Preparatory Access
  • Tier-1 access: DECI-7 - DECI-14
  • SHAPE: SME HPC Adoption Programme in Europe: Call 1 - Call 3

PRACE TIER-0 REGULAR ACCESS WITH SWEDISH PROJECT LEADER

Seven applications with a Swedish project leader have been accepted for Tier-0 access. Successful applications with Swedish collaborators (but not with a Swedish project leader) are not listed on this page.

Call 2 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 May 2011; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: REFIT - Rotation effects on flow instabilities and turbulence
  • Project leader: Arne Johansson, KTH Department of Mechanics, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Dr. Geert Brethouwer, KTH Stockholm, SWEDEN; Prof. Dan Henningson, KTH Stockholm, SWEDEN; Prof. Rebecca Lingwood, University of Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM; Prof. Martin Oberlack, Technische Universität Darmstadt; GERMANY; Dr. Philipp Schlatter, KTH Stockholm, SWEDEN.
  • Resource awarded: 46 000 000 core hours on JUGENE (GAUSS/FZJ, Germany)

Call 4 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 May 2012; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: Direct numerical simulation of reaction fronts in partially premixed charge compression ignition combustion: structures, dynamics
  • Project leader: Xue-Song Bai, Lund University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Yu Rixin, Lund University, SWEDEN; Henning Carlsson, Lund University, SWEDEN; Fan Zhang, Lund University, SWEDEN; Rickard Solsjo, Lund University, SWEDEN.
  • Resource awarded: 20 000 000 core hours on CURIE TN (GENCI@CEA, France)

Call 5 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 November 2012; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: HiResClim : High Resolution Climate Modelling
  • Project leader: Colin Jones, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), Sweden
  • Collaborators: Laurent Terray, CERFACS, FRANCE | Sophie Valcke, CERFACS, FRANCE | Eric Maisonnave, CERFACS, FRANCE | Christophe Cassou, CERFACS, FRANCE | Klaus Wyser, Swedish Meterological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), SWEDEN | Uwe Fladrich, Swedish Meterological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), SWEDEN | Muhammad Asif, Catalan Institute of Climate Sciences, SPAIN | Domingo Manubens, Catalan Institute of Climate Sciences, SPAIN | Francisco Doblas-Reyes, Catalan Institute of Climate Sciences, SPAIN | Chandan Basu, Linkoping University, SWEDEN | Torgny Faxen, Linkoping University, SWEDEN | Wilco Hazeleger, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), NETHERLANDS | Richard Bintanja, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), NETHERLANDS | Camiel Severijns, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), NETHERLANDS.
  • Resource awarded: 38 000 000 core hours on MareNostrum (BSC, Spain)

Call 5 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 November 2012; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: Simulating the Epoch of Re-ionization for LOFAR
  • Project leader: Garrelt Mellema, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Ilian Iliev, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM | William Watson, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM | Saleem Zaroubi, University of Groningen, NETHERLANDS | Alexandros Papageorgiou, University of Groningen, NETHERLANDS | Hannes Jensen, Stockholm University, SWEDEN | Kai-Yan Lee, Stockholm University, SWEDEN.
  • Resource awarded: 3 000 000 core hours on Curie FN and 19 000 000 core hours on Curie TN (GENCI@CEA, France)

Call 8 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 May 2014; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: FENICS-HPC - High performance adaptive finite element methods for turbulent flow and multiphysics with applications to aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, biomedicine and geophysics
  • Project leader: Prof. Johan Hoffman, Department of High Performance Computing and Visualization (HPCViz), KTH, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Cem Degirmenci, Johan Jansson, Niclas Jansson, Aurelien Larcher, KTH, SWEDEN
  • Resource awarded: 10 000 000 core hours on Hermit (GCS@HLRS, Germany) and 10.000.000 core hours on SuperMUC (GCS@LRZ, Germany)

Call 8 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 May 2014; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: EGOIST - Endogenic oil synthesis in the deep Earth interior: ab initio molecular dynamics study
  • Project leader: Prof. Anatoly Belonoshko, Department of Theoretical Physics, KTH, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Pavel Gavryushkin, V.S. Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, Siberian Branch, RAS, RUSSIAN FEDERATION; Konstantin Litasov, V.S. Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, Siberian Branch, RAS, RUSSIAN FEDERATION; Tymofiy Lukinov, KTH, SWEDEN
  • Resource awarded: 50 000 000 core hours on MareNostrum (BSC, Spain)

Call 8 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 May 2014; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: Direct numerical simulation of partially premixed combustion in internal combustion engine relevant conditions
  • Project leader: Prof. Xue-Song Bai, Department of Engineering, Lund University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Henning Carlsson, Vivianne Holmen, Siyuan Hu, Rickard Solsjo, Rixin Yu, Lund University, SWEDEN
  • Resource awarded: 26 000 000 core hours on SuperMUC (GCS@LRZ, Germany)

Call 9 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 2 September 2014; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: PRACE4LOFAR
  • Project leader: Prof. Garrelt Mellema, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Kyungjin Ahn, Chosun University, Republic of KOREA; Fabian Krause, University of Groningen, NETHERLANDS; Saleem Zaroubi, University of Groningen, NETHERLANDS; Hannes Jensen, Stockholm University, SWEDEN; Kai Yan Lee, Stockholm University, SWEDEN; Suman Majumdar, Stockholm University, SWEDEN; Keri Dixon, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM; Ilian Iliev, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM; Chaichalit Srisawat, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM; David Sullivan, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
  • Resource awarded: 19 000 000 core hours on Curie TN (GENCI@CEA, France)

  

Call 10 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 10 March 2015; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: Transport properties and thermodynamic properties of ionic liquids
  • Project leader: Sten Sarman, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Aatto Laaksonen, Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Stockholm University, SWEDEN; Yonglei Wang, Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Stockholm University, SWEDEN
  • Resource awarded: 10 000 000 core hours on Hornet (GCS@HLRS, Germany

Call 11 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 September 2015; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: StratForce – Direct Numerical Simulations of forced stratified turbulence
  • Project leader: Erik Lindborg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Geert Brethouwer, Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN; Andrea Maffioli, Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN; Peter Davidson, University Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM; Pui-kuen Yeung, Georgia Institute of Technology, UNITED STATES
  • Resource awarded: 35 000 000 core hours on FERMI (CINECA, Italy)

Call 11 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 1 September 2015; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: PFMPD – Planetesimal Formation in Magnetized Protoplanetary Disks
  • Project leader: Chao-Chin Yang, Lund University, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Bertram Bitsch, Lund University, SWEDEN; Daniel Carrera, Lund University, SWEDEN; Karl Jansson, Lund University, SWEDEN; Anders Johansen, Lund University, SWEDEN; Michiel Lambrechts, Lund University, SWEDEN; Katrin Ros, Lund University, SWEDEN; Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, American Museum of Natural History, UNITED STATES
  • Resource awarded: 15 000 000 core hours on MareNostrum (BSC, Spain)

Call 12 (Tier-0)

Start date allocation: 14 March 2016; Allocation period: 1 year

  • Project title: Numerical experiments in a “virtual wind tunnel”: LES of the flow around a wing section at high Re
  • Project leader: Philipp Schlatter, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Collaborators: Ardeshir Hanifi, Linné Flow Centre, Swedish e-Science Research Centre, SWEDEN; Dan Henningson, Linné Flow Centre, Swedish e-Science Research Centre, SWEDEN; Prabal S. Negi, Linné Flow Centre, Swedish e-Science Research Centre, SWEDEN; Ricardo Vinuesa, Linné Flow Centre, Swedish e-Science Research Centre, SWEDEN
  • Resource awarded: 31 000 000 core hours on MareNostrum (BSC, Spain)

Call 14 (Tier-0)

  • Project Title: HETS/Heat (and Mass) Transfer in Turbulent Suspensions
  • Project Leader: Luca Brandt, SE
  • Resource Awarded: 18.3 million core hours on Marconi – KNL
  • Team Members: Università degli Studi di Padova – IT, TU Delft University of Technology – NL, KTH Royal Institute of Technology – SE

Call 14 (Tier-0)

  • Project Title: Direct numerical simulation of partially premixed combustion in internal combustion engine relevant conditions
  • Project Leader: Xue-Song Bai, SE
  • Resource Awarded: 42.4 million core hours on Juqueen
  • Team Members: Lund University – SE

Type-D project 1st cut-off

  • Project title:Automation of high fidelity CFD analysis for aircraft design and optimization
  • Project leader: Dr. Mengmeng Zhang
  • Company: Airinnova AB, http://airinnova.se/
  • Resource Awarded: One year allocation on ARCHER, EPCC, UK


PRACE TIER-0 PREPARATORY ACCESS WITH SWEDISH PROJECT LEADER

Successful applications with Swedish collaborators are also listed.

3rd and 4th cut-off evaluation in March and May 2011

  • Project Title: Visualization of output from large-scale brain simulation
    Principal Investigator: Anders Lansner, Simon Benjaminsson and David Silverstein, Computational Biology, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
    Research area: Medicine and Life Sciences (Computational Biology)
    Grant: 250 000 core-hours on Jugene, Gauss/FZJ
    Access type: Type C – Code development with support from experts from PRACE
  • Project Title: Radiative Feedback from Early Cosmic Structures
    Principal Investigator: Llian Lliev, University of Sussex, Physics and Astronomy, Brighton, UK
    Collaborators:: Garrelt Mellema, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden / Kyungjin Ahn, Chosun University, Gwangju, South Korea
    Research area: Astrophysics
    Grant: 50 000 core hours on Curie (GENCI@CEA, France)
    Access type: Type A - Code scalability testing
  • Project Title: Turbulent convection and dynamos in spherical wedges
    Principal Investigator: Petri Käpylä, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
    Collaborators:: Maarit Mantere, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Axel Brandenburg, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden / Piyali Chatterjee, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden / Gustavo Guerrero, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden / Dhrubaditya Mitra, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
    Research area: Astrophysics
    Grant: 200 000 core hours on Curie (GENCI@CEA, France)
    Access type: Type C – Code development with support from experts from PRACE

8th cut-off evaluation in March 2012

  • Project Title: Grand Challenging simulations in materials science
    Principal Investigator: Sven Öberg, Luleå University of Technology
    Collaborators:: Mark Rayson, Luleå University of Technology (SE), Patrick Briddon, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)
    Research area: Chemistry and Materials
    Grant: 100 000 GPU hours on Curie Hybrid Nodes (GENCI@CEA, France) and 50 000 core hours on Hermit (GCS@HLRS, Germany)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)
  • Project Title: Scalability of ANSYS Fluent for an industrial application of turbulent mass transport at Tetra Pak
    Principal Investigator: Wim Slagter, ANSYS Inc., the Netherlands
    Collaborators:: Tobias Berg, ANSYS Sweden AB, Sweden
    Research area: Chemistry and Materials
    Grant: 50 000 core-hours on HERMIT (GCS@HLRS, Germany)
    Access type: Type A - Code scalability testing

10th cut-off evaluation in September 2012

  • Project Title: Automated Network Topology Identification and Topology Aware MPI Collectives
    Principal Investigator: Chandan Basu, Linköping University
    Collaborators:: Soon-Heum Ko and Johan Raber, Linköping University
    Research area: Mathematics and Computer Science
    Grant: 200 000 core hours on CURIE (GENCI/CEA, France)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)

11th cut-off evaluation in December 2012

  • Project Title: Direct numerical simulations of solar and stellar differential rotation and dynamos
    Principal Investigator: Petri Kapyla, University of Helsinki, Finland
    Collaborators:: Mantere Maarit, Cole Elizabeth, University of Helsinki, Finland; Warnecke Jorn, Brandenburg Axel, NORDITA, Sweden
    Research area: Astrophysics
    Grant: 50 000 core hours on HERMIT (GCS@HLRS, Germany)
    Access type: Type A - Code scalability testing

12th cut-off evaluation in March 2013

  • Project Title:  Dimerization of the beta-2-Adrenegentic Receptor Protein in Different Membrane Environments Studied Through Multiscale Molecular Modeling
    Principal Investigator:  Alexander Lyubartsev, Stockholm University, Sweden
    Collaborators:: Joakim Jambeck, Stockholm University, Sweden
    Research area: Chemistry and Materials
    Grant: 50 000 core hours on HERMIT (GCS@HLRS, Germany) and 100 000 core hours on JUQUEEN (GCS@FZJ, Germany)
    Access type: Type A - Code scalability testing
  • Project Title: HPMC - High-Performance Monte Carlo for nuclear reactors
    Principal Investigator: Victor Hugo Sanchez Espinoza, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    Collaborators:: Hoogenboom Eduard, Delft Nuclear Consultancy, NL; Dufek Jan, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Leppanen Jaakko, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
    Research area: Engineering and Energy
    Grant: 250 000 core hours on JUQUEEN (GCS@FZJ, Germany)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)
  • Project Title: Scalability of gyrofluid components within a multi-scale framework
    Principal Investigator: Bruce Scott, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics, Euratom Association, Germany
    Collaborators:: Hoenen Olivier, Coster David, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics, Euratom Association, Germany; Strand Pär, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
    Research area:  Engineering and Energy
    Grant:
    Access type: Type C – Code development with support from experts from PRACE
  • Project Title: Explicit solvent Molecular Dynamics Simulation of ribosome unit with Gromacs
    Principal Investigator: Leandar Litov, University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria
    Collaborators:: Apostolov Rossen, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Research area:  Medicine and Life Sciences
    Grant: 250 000 core hours on JUQUEEN (GCS@FZJ, Germany) and 250 000 core hours on FERMI (CINECA, Italy)
    Access type: Type C – Code development with support from experts from PRACE

15th cut-off evaluation in December 2013

  • Project Title: Swept wing simulation in a virtual wind tunnel
    Principal Investigator: Dr Philipp Schlatter; Linné FLOW Centre, Sweden
    Collaborators:: Dr. Ismaël Bouya, Dr. Matthew de Stadler, Dr. Ardeshir Hanifi, Prof. Dan Henningson,; Linné FLOW Centre, Sweden
    Research area: Engineering and Energy
    Grant: 250 000 core hours on FERMI (CINECA, Italy); 100 000 core hours on MareNostrum (BSC, Spain); 200 000 core hours on Curie Thin Nodes (GENCI, France); 50 000 core hours on HERMIT (GCS@HLRS, Germany); 250 000 core hours on JUQUEEN (GCS@FZJ, Germany); 250,000 core hours on SuperMUC (GCS@LRZ, Germany)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)
  • Project Title: Profiling and Scalability Analysis of Linear Scaling DALTON Code for Large Molecular Simulation of Biological Interest
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Soon-Heum Ko, Linköping University, Sweden
    Collaborators:: Dr. Thomas Kjærgaard, Aarhus University Denmark and Dr. Simen Reine, University of Oslo, Norway
    Research area: Chemistry and Materials
    Grant: 200 000 core hours on Curie Thin Nodes (GENCI@CEA, France)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)

16th cut-off evaluation in March 2014

  • Project Title: HPMC - High-Performance Monte Carlo for nuclear reactor safety 
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Victor Hugo Sanchez Espinoza; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    Collaborators: Mr. Aleksandar Ivanov; Dr Anton Travleev; Dr Jaakko Leppanen; Dr Eduard Hoogenboom; Dr Jan Dufek (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – DE; VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland – FI; Delft Nuclear Consultancy – NL; KTH Royal Institute of Technology – SE)  
    Research area: Engineering and Energy 
    Grant: 250 000 core hours on SuperMUC (GCS@LRZ, Germany)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)

18th cut-off evaluation in October 2014

  • Project Title: Accelerating Nek5000 with optimized OpenACC directives
    Principal Investigator: Dr Jing Gong, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN 
    Collaborators: Mr Michael Schliephake, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN 
    Research area: Mathematics and Computer Science
    Grant: 100 000 GPU core hours on Curie Hybrid Nodes (GENCI@CEA, France)
    Access type: Type B – Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support)

PRACE TIER-1 (DECI) ACCESS WITH SWEDISH PROJECT LEADER

Successful applications with Swedish collaborators (but not with a Swedish project leader) are not listed.

DECI-7

Start date allocation: 1 November 2011; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: DiSMuN: Diffusion and spectroscopical properties of multicomponent nitrides 
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Igor Abrikosov, LiU
    Research area: Materials science
    Allocation: 3 750 000 standard DECI hours (SNIC/PDC, Sweden; SARA, Netherlands)
  2. Project Title: SPIESM: Seasonal Prediction Improvement with an Earth System Model 
    Principal Investigators: Dr Colin Jones (SMHI) and Prof. Francisco Doblas-Reyes
    Research field: Earth Sciences and Environment
    Allocation: 3 750 000 standard DECI hours (SNIC/PDC, Sweden)
  3. Project Title: MUSIC
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Mikael Djurfeldt, KTH and INCF
    Research field: Computational Neuroscience
    Allocation: 231 000 standard DECI hours (GENCI/IDRIS, France)
  4. Project Title: SIVE-2
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Erik Lindahl, SU and KTH
    Research area: Biosciences: molecular dynamics simulation of viral entry
    Allocation: 6 250 000 standard DECI hours (EPCC, UK)

DECI-8

Start date allocation: 1 May 2012; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: PIPETURB (Large scale simulation of turbulent pipe flow)
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Philipp Schlatter, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area:  Mechanical Engineering, Fluid Dynamics
    Allocation: 6 250 000 standard DECI hours (CSC, Finland; EPCC, UK)
  2. Project Title: PLANETESIM (Towards an initial mass function of planetesimals)
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Anders Johansen, Lund University
    Research field: Astro Science
    Allocation: 6 200 054 standard DECI hours (GCS/RZG, Germany; GCS/FZJ, Germany; ICHEC, Ireland)
  3. Project Title: CANONS (Comprehensive Ab initio studies of Nitride and Oxide fuels and Nuclear Structural materials)
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Pär Olsson, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research field: Materials Science
    Allocation: 3 125 000 standard DECI hours (CSCS, Switzerland)
  4. Project Title: MBIOMARK (Multifunctional biomarkers for electron paramagnetic resonance imaging)
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Zilvinas Rinkevicius, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation: 1 875 000 standard DECI hours (CSCS, Switzerland)

DECI-9

Start date allocation: 1 November 2012; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: CoStAFuM (Computational Studies of Advanced Functional Materials)
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Olle Eriksson, Uppsala University
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation: 9 687 608 standard DECI hours (NTNU, Norway; RZG, Germany)
  2. Project Title: DifVib (Diffusion in multicomponent nitrides and vibrational thermodynamics from first-principles)
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Igor Abrikosov, Linköping University
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation: 6 250 000 standard DECI hours (SNIC/PDC, Sweden; EPCC, UK)
  3. Project Title: HydFoEn (Hydrogen storage materials for energy applications) - CANCELED
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Rajeev Ahuja, Uppsala University
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation: 2 501 125 standard DECI hours (UHEM, Turkey)

DECI-10

Start date allocation: 1 May 2013; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: DNSTF (Direct numerical simulation of finite size fibres in turbulent flow)
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Gustav Amberg, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area: Mechanical Engineering, Fluid Mechanics
    Allocation: 8 437 500 standard DECI hours (EPCC, UK)
  2. Project Title: LipoSim (Large scale simulations of liposomes as drug carriers)
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Leif A. Eriksson, University of Gothenburg
    Research area: Materials Science (Drug Design)
    Allocation: 8 750 000 standard DECI hours (PDC, Sweden)
  3. Project Title: MEGAREACT (Metal catalysed gasification reactions)
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Kim Bolton, University of Borås
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation:  750 000 standard DECI hours (UiO, Norway)
  4. Project Title: PLANETESIM-2 (Towards an initial mass function of planetesimals)
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Anders Johansen, Lund University
    Research area: Astro Science
    Allocation: 7 500 000 standard DECI hours (GCS/FZJ, Germany)

DECI-11

Start date allocation: 1 November 2013; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: FLOCS - Fully Localised Edge States in Boundary Layers
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Philipp Schlatter, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area: Mechanical Engineering
    Allocation: 12 500 000 standard DECI hours on Archer (EPCC, UK)
  2. Project Title: GSTP - Global Gyrokinetic simulation of tokamak plasmas
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Hans Nordman, Chalmers University of Technology
    Research area: Plasma and Particle physics
    Allocation: 5 000 000 standard DECI hours on JuRoPA (GCS/FZJ, Germany)

DECI-12

Start date allocation: 1 May 2014; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: FENICS-HPC - High performance adaptive finite element methods for turbulent flow and multi-physics with industrial applications
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Johan Hoffman, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology and Vattenfall
    Research area: Mechanical Engineering
    Allocation: 1 250 000 standard DECI hours (PDC, Sweden)
  2. Project Title: DNSTF2 - Direct numerical simulation of finite size fibres in turbulent flow
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Gustav Amberg, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area: Mechanical Engineering, Fluid Dynamics
    Allocation: 6 250 000 standard DECI hours (CSC, Finland)
  3. Project Title: ParaWEM - Assessment of the Wave Expansion Method for acoustics in engineering problems
    Principal Investigator: Assistant Prof. Ciarán O’Reilly, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
    Research area: Aerodynamics
    Allocation:  3 750 000 standard DECI hours (EPCC, UK)
  4. Project Title: VFEH 
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Deliang Chen, University of Gothenburg
    Research area: Earth Science
    Allocation: 500 000 standard DECI hours (EPCC, UK)
  5. Project Title: EXODUS - GraphEne oXide as a transpOrter of Drug molecUleS
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Biplab Sanyal, Uppsala University
    Research area: Materials Science
    Allocation: 3 750 000 standard DECI hours (Cyfronet, Poland; Castorc, Cyprus)

DECI-13

Start date allocation: 01 March 2016; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: PIPESUB - Large scale simulation of subcritical transition in pipe flow 
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Philipp Schlatter, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Research area: Engineering
    Allocation: 20 000 000 core hours on SiSu (CSC, Finland)
  2. Project Title: GraSiC - Engineering the electronic properties of epitaxial graphene on SiC(0001) via intercalation and molecular transfer doping
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Nuala Caffrey, Linköping University, Sweden
    Research area: Material Sciences
    Allocation: 7 000 000 core hours on Archer (EPCC, UK)
  3. Project Title: MMIC - Multiscale Modelling of Ionic Conductors 
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Natalia Skorodumova, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Research area: Material Sciences
    Allocation:  13 727 000 core hours on Salomon (VSB-TUO, Czech Republic)
  4. Project Title: NTCPROJ - Near term climate projections in high resolution 
    Principal Investigator: Mr. Ralf Döscher, SMHI, Sweden
    Research area: Earth Sciences
    Allocation: 18 000 000 core hours on Archer (EPCC, UK)
  5. Project Title: CHARTERED - CHARge TransfER dynamics by time dependEnt Density functional theory 
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Biplab Sanyal, Uppsala university, Sweden
    Research area: Material Sciences
    Allocation: 16,800,000 + 6,720,000 + 84,000 core hours on Salomon (VSB-TUO, Czech Republic)

Deci-14

Start date allocation: 01 May 2017; Allocation period: 1 year

  1. Project Title: MMICSCTSET - ultiscale Modelling of Ionic Conductors – Structure, Conductivity and Thermodynamic Stability at Elevated Temperatures
    Principal Investigator: Prof. Natalia Skorodumova, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Research area: Material Sciences
    Allocation:  23 284 800 core hours on Salomon (VSB-TUO, Czech Republic)
  2. Project Title: CHARTERED2 - CHARge TransfER dynamics by time dependEnt Density functional theory2
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Biplab Sanyal, Uppsala university, Sweden
    Research area: Material Sciences
    Allocation: 23,100,000 + 6,720,000 + 84,000 core hours on Salomon (VSB-TUO, Czech Republic)


SHAPE PROJECTS WITH SWEDISH PARTICIPATION

SHAPE (SME HPC Adoption Programme in Europe) is a pan-European programme supported by PRACE which aims to raise awareness and provide European SMEs with the expertise necessary to take advantage of the innovation possibilities created by HPC, thus increasing their competitiveness. 

Call 3

Successful applicants have access to PRACE resources as of 7 March 2016.

  1. Project Title: High level optimization in aerodynamic design
    Company: Airinnova AB, Sweden
  2. Project Title: Large scale aero-acoustics applications using open source CFD
    Company: Creo Dynamics AB