About the Computational Modelling Group
The Computational Modelling Group brings together researchers and students from many different schools of the University of Southampton. The 1452 group members are united by their research and use of computational methods, and apply these tools to advance our understanding of a wide range of topics such as physical sciences, engineering, medicine, society, economy and others.
Researchers at Southampton and their project partners use a variety of computational hardware, ranging from Desktop workstations, GPUs, the local Southampton 8000-core supercomputer Iridis3, and our undergraduate research machine Lyceum, to the national HPC facilities such as HECToR and HPCx.
These web pages provide a structured overview of our research activities and a list of selected projects, an events list capturing relevant seminars and workshops, and of course the people behind this.The group's activities are coordinated by a core group of school representatives.
Head of Computational Modelling Group
About this web site
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