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Extreme Universe Computing

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  • UserProfessor Paul Shellard, Director, Centre for Theoretical Cosmology
  • ClockWednesday 20 April 2016, 11:45-12:10
  • HouseCMS Core.

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Cosmology and Relativity are among the most rapidly advancing fields in all the physical sciences, with a recent flood of observational confirming many of the theoretical developments pioneered here in DAMTP . Mathematical insight continues to be important for this confrontation between data and theory, with work ongoing here at the CMS on the COSMOS supercomputer. Illustrations will include innovative analysis of Planck satellite maps of the cosmic microwave sky and numerical simulations of black holes, relevant for interpreting the LIGO discovery of gravitational waves. The next generation of extremely parallel computer architectures present many algorithmic challenges for future data analytics which will require co-design and collaboration with industry.

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