AME Lauches New Summer Program with the USC Center for Advanced Research Computing

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Central to the university-wide Frontiers of Computing initiative, the USC Center for Advanced Research Computing supports 100 USC research groups from a variety of academic disciplines. Together with the Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering and with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Center is launching a new two-week summer program in advanced programming and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

“This new program provides an exciting opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to learn about the latest trends in high-performance computing from the perspective of the computational scientist,” said Associate Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Ivan Bermejo-Moreno. “It will equip participants with the knowledge and practical experience required to deploy and perform numerical simulation and data analysis in the new generation of supercomputers. The two-week program integrates topics including the implementation of numerical techniques in computational fluid dynamics codes, approaches to physics-aware deep learning, advanced parallel programming targeting distributed-memory clusters and accelerators such as graphics processing units (GPU), and how to ensure performance-portability across different computer architectures. The program also aims to foster a collaborative community and network that can extend into future career paths in computing.”

To learn more about the program, please email Dr. Bermejo-Moreno at

Published on April 2nd, 2024

Last updated on April 2nd, 2024