Computational physics laboratory

The Computational Physics Laboratory is a benchmark in the development of innovative digital tools for the evaluation and functional prediction of materials, components or systems that enable the development of more robust and reliable designs and a reduction in the time and cost of placing them on the market.
We work on the development of predictive models of multiphysics and/or multiscale systems based on data, computational engineering models (ie. CFD, FEM, DEM) or a combination of both. The results obtained allow a detailed analysis of a physical component or its integration in a complex system, whether it is a piece of equipment or a process.




  • 10 servers: 128 CPUs / 1.8 TB RAM
  • Alliance wit BIFI -HPC Center Unizar: 3072 cores / 12 TB RAM / 51 TB storage
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