The Fusion Group at Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) is looking for candidates holding a PhD in a fusion related field (see below) or with a research engineering background.
Our group member José Lorenzo has been awarded with a prestigious EUROfusion Engineering Grant (EEG) for his project Structural Analyses of DEMO Magnets. The grant has started on January 1st 2020 and will last three years.
This is the second time that our research group wins this grant. Formerly Albert Gutiérrez was awarded an EGG for the project entitled Software Engineering: Development of High Performance Computing capability for fusion workflows, integrated to the ITER Modelling framework.
The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) will coordinate the FusionCAT project on the generation of fusion energy that will receive funding from European Regional Development Funds (ERDF), through the Pla Acció of the research and innovation strategy for smart specialization in Catalunya, RIS3CAT.
Barcelona Supercomputing Center has hosted the final EUROfusion Code Camp of 2019 from the 9th to 13th of December at the Diagonal-Nord Campus of UPC. With its 33 participants from various research units around Europe, the Code Camp has given the EUROfusion Work Package on Code Development (WPCD) an excellent setting to continue its collaborative efforts to push forward integrated modelling in fusion. Moreover, it served as a forum to discuss the coming EU Framework Programme FP9 which will bring significant changes and restructuring to EUROfusion with a new E-TASC programme including Advanced Computing Hubs (ACHs).
Around 60 people from Fusion for Energy visited the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) last week. The visit was organized by the Fusion for Energy Staff Committee in collaboration with the BSC Communications team. The visit included a tour of the MareNostrum supercomputer hosted at BSC.