A Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing for Multiphysics Simulations
Prof. Gernot Boiger, our collaborator at ICP_ZHAW has recently participated in 16th International Conference of Multiphysics 2021 and talked about “A Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing Platform for Multiphysics Simulations”. In which presented some application aerodynamic characterization simulations of Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing(MSCC) on our cloud based platform KaleidoSim(app.kaleidosim.com).
Official citation: G. Boiger, D. Sharman, D. Drew, 2021. A Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing for Multiphysics Simulations. In 16. International Conference of Multiphysics, Online, 9-10 December 2021. International Society of Multiphysics, p. 29.
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