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Dynamic Target Surveillance under Ballistic Threat
Dynamic Target Surveillance under Ballistic Threat

The Army has the challenge of monitoring a collection of targets while under line-of-sight ballistic threat. Uncertainties in both the environment and the behavior of threat sources make it difficult to develop optimal surveillance strategies for such missions.  The goal of this research is to develop a planning framework for target surveillance that accounts for these uncertainties.

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Under Body Blasts
Under Body Blasts

The main objective of this research project is two-fold: (1) to develop predictive High Performance Computational (HPC) models for underbody blast and its effects on personnel and vehicles, and (2) to develop nonlinear Model Order Reduction (MOR) methods that are applicable to these and other HPC models in order to enable parametric studies in a reasonable

Enabling Battlefield Decision-Making
Enabling Battlefield Decision-Making in the Tactical Cloud

This research will explore the use of tactical cloud computing to get closer to the reality of the Warfighter having the “right” information, at the “right” time, at the “right” place, and displayed in the “right” format. Using cloud computing in battlefield scenarios can be challenging for several reasons: (1) Applications have dif

LisztFE for Exascale
LisztFE Finite Element Codes for Exascale Computers

New HPC machines have many more processors than previous architectures but have much smaller local memories associated with each processor and more levels of memory hierarchy, at least some of which need to be explicitly managed by software.  Along with these changes in the computing platform, the increase in problem size and complexity of the simulations requires changing many of the numerical methods that have been traditionally adopted in

Dynamic Target Surveillance under Ballistic Threat
Under Body Blasts
Enabling Battlefield Decision-Making in the Tactical Cloud
LisztFE Finite Element Codes for Exascale Computers

NEWS

AHPCRC congratulates Maurizio Chiaramonte who recently won the Robert J. Melosh Medal

Charbel Farhat, chairman of Stanford's Aeronautics and Astronautics department, was nominated by the Navy recruiters of San Francisco as the Primary Key-Influencer to fly with the Blue Angels during Fleet Week 2014.  See his photos here.

Mr. Jyugi Hewitt, Deputy Director, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, visited the AHPCRC on June 2, 2014.  He was briefed on Center activities and toured AHPCRC laboratories.  Presentations given during his visit can be found here.

AHPCRC
Welcome Message
by Charbel Farhat
Welcome to the Army High Performance Computing Research Center. We are a consortium of universities that includes Stanford University as the lead, The University of Texas, El Paso, New Mexico State University, and Morgan State University. We are working in cooperation with the Army Research Laboratory on advancing the field of Computation-Based Engineering Science. Our primary focus is on capabilities and solutions relevant to the technical needs of the U.S. Army. Continue Reading

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