The ChEESE CoE project embarks on its ambitious second phase, leveraging cutting-edge supercomputing to tackle some of the most pressing challenges in geophysics. This groundbreaking initiative stands at the forefront of simulating and forecasting natural hazards, from earthquakes and tsunamis to volcanic eruptions and storms, with unprecedented precision
Discover how ChEESE will address the multiple challenges posed by geohazards with exascale computing.
Explore the seven ChEESE Work Packages, comprehending the diverse objectives of each and the deliverables they’ll produce.
Dive into the extensive selection of top-notch academic and industrial partners from Europe participating in ChEESE.
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Coordinated by GEO3BCN – CSIC, ChEESE comprises 16 European organisations across research and technology. Each partner will collaborate closely to ensure an integrated approach, whilst bringing its special focus to the project.