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Im Project Team Receives DOE INCITE Award
The team of ME Associate Professor Hong Im, University of Maryland Associate Professor Arnaud Trouve, and University of Wisconsin Professor Christopher Rutland, have received a Department of Energy INCITE award.
The Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program was started in 2003. The DoE's goal is to "seek out computationally intensive, large-scale research projects with the potential to significantly advance key areas in science and engineering."
According to the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, the INCITE program "provides computing resources and consulting support for a small number of computationally intensive large-scale research projects that make high-impact scientific advances through the use of a substantial allocation of computer time and data storage at DOE high performance computing centers."
Im is the principal investigator for the project, which was awarded 1 million hours to undertake three-dimensional simulations of turbulent nonpremixed flames in the presence of a mean flow strain and fine water droplets.