Computational Geophysics Unit

Computational Geophysics Unit is an associate unit created by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and Barcelona Supercomputing Center - Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BCS-CNS). This unit combines the expertise and resources of both institutions to carry out research in the field of geophysics and natural hazards.

The new unit will allow the research team of both institutions to share resources and knowledge, taking advantage of the supercomputing software and hardware tools available at the BSC, as well as the data provided by the CSIC to collaborate in interdisciplinary research projects related to geophysics. They will draw on the expertise in computer science, physics, mathematics and other disciplines of the participants in the unit.



Coordinator: Arnau Folch (GEO3BCN-CSIC) &  Josep de la Puente (BSC-CNS)

Years: since 2023

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