Stellar Hydrodynamics Nucleosynthesis and Evolution (SHYNE)

  • Hirschi, R. (PI)
  • Rauscher, Thomas (Researcher)

Project: Other

Project Details


SHYNE is a multi-disciplinary project that will combine 3D hydrodynamics and 1D stellar evolution simulations to further our understanding of the evolution and fate of stars. The project will also use stellar models as virtual nuclear physics laboratory to establish the impact of nuclear reaction rate uncertainties and also guide future nuclear physics experimental and theoretical efforts. The SHYNE team will collaborate with the Norwegian company Numascale to find the best balance between openMP and MPI parallelism. This will thus add an inter-sectoral dimension to this project.
Effective start/end date31/10/1230/10/17


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