Tim Kreuzer's research while affiliated with Forschungszentrum Jülich and other places

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Research and analysis of large amounts of data from scientific simulations, in-situ visualization, and application control are convincing scenarios for interactive supercomputing. The open-source software Jupyter (or JupyterLab) is a tool that has already been used successfully in many scientific disciplines. With its open and flexible web-based de...


... Also to mention is the usefulness of the C++ ODE-solver "ODEINT" [61], and support provided by Andreas Winter concerning the plotting software QtGrace. Credit also goes to the team that provides Jupyter-JSC as a dedicated interface to the supercomputers at JSC, which served well for part of the workflow and data analysis [62]. Computations were mostly conducted using the workflow environment JUBE [63]. ...