CSIR Centre for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation(C-MMACS)





Major Achievements

Chapter 1. Carbon Cycle and Ocean Modelling (PDF, 1.42 MB)

Chapter 2. Climate and Environmental Modelling  (PDF, 8.02 MB)

Chapter 3. Computational Mechanics   (PDF, 446 KB)

Chapter 4. High Performance Computing and Cyber Security   (PDF, 676 KB)

Chapter 5. Multi-scale Modelling and Simulation   (PDF, 3.67 KB)

Chapter 6. Solid Earth Modelling   (PDF, 8.18 MB)

Chapter 7. Knowledge Activities & Products: Publications, Presentations..   (PDF, 3.94 MB)

Chapter 8. C-MMACS Academic Programmes  (PDF, 91 KB)

Chapter 9. Collaborative Programmes and Projects  (PDF, 89.6 KB)

Chapter 10. Team C-MMACS: News and Updates  (PDF, 725 KB)

Chapter 11. CSIR TECHNOFEST 2010  (PDF, 5.68 MB)

Front Cover:

(clock wise from top): Co-seismic dislocation model of December 26, 2004 Andaman Sumatra Earthquake rupture, Photo shows ash erupting Barren Island where CMMACS initiated volcano deformation studies to know possible mechanisms behind its recent eruptive histories, Three component waveform of the Honshu Japan mega earthquake of Magnitude Mw=9.1 recorded by C-MMACS broadband network, CO2 measurement station in Pondicherry, Altix ICE cluster system with 96 nodes of Intel Westmere-EP Hex core processors running at 2.93 GHz frequency with 12 MB L3 cache. The 6th fastest super computer in the country, Factor-loadings of interannual sea surface temperature variability estimated using a new Factor Analysis algorithm, Seasonal Variability of Precipitable Water Vapor (PWV) at Bangalore GPS station using Model and Observed pressure and temperature. The figure also gives the seasonal variation of observed relative humidity, pressure and temperature at the site for comparison, Chlorophyll-a concentration derived from Seawifs data.

Back Cover:   C-MMACS Network Building photograph