GRChombo is a Numerical GR code developed by a team of researchers from:
Core developers from left to right: Josu C. Aurrekoetxea (KCL), Katy Clough (Oxford), Amelia Drew (Cambridge), Pau Figueras (QMUL), Hal Finkel (ANL), Tiago França (QMUL), Chenxia Gu (QMUL), Thomas Helfer (KCL), Cristian Joana (UCLouvain), Kacper Kornet (Cambridge), Markus Kunesch (Cambridge), Eugene Lim (KCL), Miren Radia (Cambridge), James Widdicombe (KCL)
Collaborators from left to right: Michalis Agathos (Cambridge), Hans Bantilan (QMUL), Ulrich Sperhake (Cambridge), Helvi Witek (KCL)
Former developers from left to right: Saran Tunyasuvunakool (QMUL), Benjamin Withers (QMUL)
GRChombo was primarily developed on the COSMOS supercomputer at Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) at the University of Cambridge. The GRChombo team is grateful for the continuing assistance from the team at the COSMOS Intel® Parallel Computing Center at the University of Cambridge.
Our research also uses resources of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, which is a DOE Office of Science User Facility supported under Contract DE-AC02-06CH11357.
The collaboration also gratefully acknowledges the computer resources at Marenostrum IV, Finis Terrae II and LaPalma and the technical support provided by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center via the PRACE grant Tier-0 PPFPWG, by the Supercomputing Centre of Galicia and La Palma Astrophysics Centre via BSC/RES grants AECT-2017-2-0011 and AECT-2017-3-0009.