NETL’s Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) Directorate develops science-based simulation models, mathematical methods and algorithms, and software tools required to address the technical barriers to the development of next-generation technologies. CSE works together with other directorates at NETL to generate information and understanding beyond the reach of experiments alone. Through the integration of experimental information and computational sciences, scientists and engineers can simulate variations more efficiently while saving time, money, and materials.
The CSE Directorate is organized into three research teams that collectively maintain NETL’s Computational Science and Engineering competency:
Together, the CSE Directorate teams leverage world-class expertise and facilities to enable NETL’s simulation-based engineering approach for accelerating the development and deployment of novel fossil energy materials, processes and device designs.