SimCenter - Center of Excellence in Applied Computational Science and Engineering

The impact and benefits from cross-disciplinary research, education and training in Computational Science and Engineering in various scientific and engineering domains have grown stronger since the start of SimCenter in 2002.

The scientific, technical and programmatic objectives of the SimCenter are aligned with problems of global, national and regional importance and grouped in these application focus areas:

A long-time strength of the SimCenter has been in basic and applied research within the Aerospace and Defense sector. This sector has been at the forefront of utilizing modeling and simulation for evaluation and design of vehicle and weapons technology. SimCenter researchers have been working with  several federal agencies within the Aerospace and Defense sector as well as industrial entities.

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Cybersecurity is the state of being protected against the criminal or unauthorized use of electronic data, or the measures taken to achieve this.

Cyber-Physical Systems or "smart" systems are co-engineered interacting networks of physical and computational components. These systems will provide the foundation of our critical infrastructure, form the basis of emerging and future smart services, and improve our quality of life in many areas.

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Among the defining global, national and regional challenges for this century is ensuring adequate supply of energy without compromising our collective ability to sustain our changing habitat as the global human population is on a path to grow from presently some seven billion to nine billion or more.

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In this focus area we develop effective collaborations with biomedical scientists from across the UTC and University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Medicine Chattanooga (UTCOMC) campuses to provide computational solutions for their research projects.   Our goal is to position the SimCenter core capabilities and expertise to be an integral part of these collaborations.  With access to high-performance computing systems, health informatics and biomedical scientists are able to perform a wide range of bioinformatics and statistical data analysis tasks in the areas of genomics, metagenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, epidemiological studies and electronic health record data mining.

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High-performance computing (HPC) is the use of super computers and parallel processing techniques for solving complex computational problems. HPC technology focuses on developing parallel processing algorithms and systems by incorporating both administration and parallel computational techniques.

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Dr. Tony Skjellum

UTC SimCenter expanding reach across campus, city

Dr. Anthony Skjellum says he and the team at the University of Tennessee at ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

air force $9.8 million

UTC partners with U.S. Air Force on $9.8 million research project

UTC is among several university partners in a $9.8 million research project...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Hope Klug

High-speed, high-capacity computers at UTC's SimCenter crunch numbers for faculty, business research

Hope Klug has a question: What drives the astounding diversity of life found across the planet? It's the kind of question that fascinates a...

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