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JYU Sets World Record for Pore-scale Flow Simulations

An interdisciplinary research team from JYU in Finland has set a new world record in the field of fluid flow simulations through porous materials. The team, coordinated by Dr. Keijo Mattila from the University of Jyväskylä, used the world’s largest 3D images of a porous material–synthetic X-ray tomography images of the microstructure of Fontainebleau sandstone, and successfully simulated fluid flow through a sample of the size of 1.5 cubic centimeters with a submicron resolution.

Gordon Bell Finalist Uses Titan to Power Universe Sky Catalog

Researchers are using the Titan supercomputer to create a comprehensive sky catalog of the development of the universe. The project is a finalist for the 2013 Gordon Bell Prize.