Computational Dynamics Laboratory

The Computational Dynamics Laboratory is equipped with a network of workstations and multi-node processors. In addition to housing many high-end GPU workstations that are used by students, post-doctoral researchers, and faculty, this laboratory has multiple Drobo network attached storage devices (capacity 10 TB each). Research activities being pursued in this laboratory include granular dynamics, fluid-structure interactions, extreme wave phenomena, and long-term forecasting of the behavior of chaotic systems.

Above, forecasting of aperiodic behavior of the Kuramoto-Sivashinky equation.

Balakumar Balachandran

Minta Martin Professor
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