The research of the group is supported by the hosting institutions, and a number of grants.
- Sami Dib is supported by an incoming EU Marie Curie Fellowship.
- Troels Haugbølle is supported by a Sapere Aude DFF-Research Starting Grant - Protostars: From Molecular Clouds to Dusty Discs
- Åke Nordlund is supported by a DFF research project - Supercomputer and GPU Simulations of Sun-Earth Plasma Physics
- Neil Vaytet is supported by an incoming EU Marie Curie Fellowship.
- The group receives support from, and is an integrated part of, the Center for Star and Planet formation.
- The Natural History Museum of Denmark and the Niels Bohr Institute are supporting the group by partly financing PhD students.
- Through an ongoing collaboration with Paolo Padoan we have access to the Pleiades installation at NASA/Ames
- In September 2016 we were granted 22 million core-hours at the Marconi supercomputer through PRACE.
- In March 2014 we were granted 10 million core-hours at the CURIE supercomputer through PRACE.
- In March 2013 we were granted a project with what is probably the largest high performance computing allocation ever given to Danish researchers (75 million core-hours, or the equivalent of 8.500 computing cores working continuously for a year) through PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe.
- Together with the other astrophysics groups at the University of Copenhagen, we use on a daily basis the resources at the local High Performance Computing center. Our resources include 169 nodes with 3000 cores, 78 Xeon-Phi accelerators and 120 GPUs for computing, and 5 analysis servers with 32-48 cores and up to 768GB memory per server. This is complemented with nearly a petabyte of storage.