SeSE gives courses in the field of e-Science for PhD-students within the Swedish academia.
We provide basic training in fields where the use of e-Science is emerging and where education can have an immense impact on the research, but also advanced training for students in fields that are already computer-intensive.
SeSE is a collaboration between the e-Science graduate schools NGSSC and KCSE, in collaboration with the national research initiatives within e-Science, eSSENCE and SeRC.
The courses for the autumn 2013 are now announced. For more information go to the course page.
The intricate behaviour of turbulence in fluids appearing both in nature and technical applications has fascinated scientists and laymen alike for centuries. In particular numerical simulations on high-performance computers using new numerical algorithms provide crucial insights into the dynamics of vortices of various sizes. The visualisation shows the initial stages of a turbulent boundary layer, as e.g. appearing on the first centimetres on an airplane wing. You may watch a video of the above visualisation.