The development of the CHARMS program focuses on these major directions:
- X-Wind Modeling: developing a full package for modeling jets/winds/outflows based on the X-wind theory, from dynamical solutions, kinetic properties, to synthetic spectroimaging.
- Numerical Simulations: developing simulation packages for hydrodynamics (HD) and magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) with updated treatment on non-ideal MHD phenomena.
- Chemical Evolution: integrating chemical evolution solver into hydrodynamic (HD) numerical simulations to update chemistry in the fluid.
- Radiative Transfer: developing continuum and line-emission Monte-Carlo radiative transfer calculation package for comparisons with observations by ALMA and future instruments.
- GPU Code Development: developing MHD simulation libraries and application programing interfaces (APIs) with GPU-accelerated 3D stencil computations.