CAE Experiment is a thriving community of fellow colleagues who are increasingly benefiting from the use of remote HPC resources, including HPC in the cloud for demanding CAE workloads.
Today, this community consists of over 250 organizations and individuals, everybody with the vision of enhancing their current computing capacity with powerful remote resources, on demand, at their fingertips.
How does the experiment work?
Suppose the industry end-user is in need of additional compute resources, say for speeding up the design cycle, for simulating a more sophisticated geometry or complex physics, or for running many more simulations for a higher quality result. We, the experiment orchestrators, will jointly look at this end-user's application and requirements, select appropriate resources, software, and the best-suited HPC experts in our community. This 'Team of Four', the end-user, software provider, resource provider, and HPC expert will then implement and run the end-user's task and the results will be delivered back to the end-user. Finally, the whole team will extract lessons learned, and present further recommendations as input, which can be published as a case study.
Register for the next round of the experiment as an active participant or observer free of charge at http://www.cfdexperiment.com/reg