Parallel adaptive wavelet Environment for Multiscale Modeling (PawEMM)

status: ongoing

Today there are a number of problems in engineering and science, which share a single common computational challenge: the ability to solve and/or model accurately and efficiently a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. Numerical simulation of such problems requires either the use of highly adaptive physics based numerical algorithms, the use of reduced models that capture “important” physics of the problem at a lower cost, or the combination of both approaches. In addition, with the rapidly increasing ability to model large problems and the constant demand to extract and visualize the information relatively quickly or even interactively, the scientific visualization of very large data sets has become a challenge in itself.