Researchers across ASU utilize A2c2 resources to compute data for major research projects. Below is just a small sampling of the types of research projects that have been supported and enabled by A2C2. A partial list of supported research projects is available in PDF.
• The statistical mechanics of bed load sediment transport: Meshing theory, experiments and advanced computations of coupled fluid-particle behavior - PI: Schmeeckle, Mark
Sponsor: National Science Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences, Duration: 09/01/2012-08/31/2016, Amount: $170,287
• Entire Bladed Disk Damping through Dampers on only a few Blades – Fail-Safe Optimization – PI: Mignolet, Marc P.
Sponsor: GUIde Consortium – Air Force Research Laboratory, Duration: 09/02/2009-09/01/2013
• Quantum Monte Carlo calculations for nucleon systems – PI: Schmidt
Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF PHY-1067777), Duration: July 2011-June 2014, Amount: $330,000
• Nanothermodynamics applied to thermal processes in heterogeneous materials – PI: Chamberlin
Sponsor: DOD- Army Research Office, Duration: 07/01/2008 – 30/06/2012, Amount: $184,000
• CAREER: Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Carbon Nanotube Macro-Films in Integrated Systems – PI: Jiang, Hanqing
Sponsor: NSF CAREER, Duration: 03/01/09-02/28/14, Amount: $400,235
• Modeling Heating Effects in Low-Power Multi-Gate SOI Devices and High-Power GaN HEMTs – PI: Vasileska, D. and S. M. Goodnick
Sponsor: NSF ECS, Duration 06/01/2009-05/31/2012, Amount:$306,185
A2C2 is committed to enabling our user community’s scientific research with our advanced computing resources. Please contact our department at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if your research has been published.
A list of past research publications facilitated by A2C2 resources is available in PDF.