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Nonlinear Optics: Physics, Analysis, and Numerics
10 Mar 2024 - 15 Mar 2024 • Oberwolfach, Germany
Organizer:
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (MFO, Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics)
Event listing ID:
1529552
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Course — Introductory course to OpenFOAM®
19 Mar 2024 - 20 Mar 2024 • Sint-Genesius-Rode (near Brussels), Belgium
Organizer:
von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
Abstract:
The course gives a practical introduction to the structure and usability of OpenFoam and OpenFOAM related applications (snappyHexMesh, paraview). Besides the general introduction the participants will perform a complete numerical simulation starting from choosing the solver till post-processing. The second day will be partially dedicated to the open source mesh generator snappyHexMesh and a multiphase simulation will be performed with the obtained mesh.
Event listing ID:
1572682
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Course — OpenFOAM® general programming
21 Mar 2024 • Sint-Genesius-Rode (near Brussels), Belgium
Organizer:
von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
Abstract:
The programing course shows the how-to for the most common programming issues in OpenFOAM® covering the implementation of new solver, adding own boundary conditions, modifying turbulence models and defining user-specific utilities. During these programing experiences the participants will get familiar with the highly templated language of OpenFOAM®, with the difference of static and dynamic linking. Basic knowledge of setting up and running OpenFOAM® cases is requested in order to be able to follow the course efficiently!
Event listing ID:
1572703
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Workshop — Nonlinear Elasticity: Modelling of multi-physics and applications workshop
25 Mar 2024 - 28 Mar 2024 • ICMS, Bayes Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Organizer:
ICMS - International Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Event listing ID:
1593237
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WIEN2k Hands-On Workshop for New and Existing Users
08 Apr 2024 - 19 Apr 2024 • ICTP, Trieste, Italy
Organizer:
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy
Abstract:
This 10-day workshop consists of lectures blended with hands-on sessions designed to introduce users to or advance skills in materials modelling with WIEN2k (a solid-state density-functional theory package). The event targets graduate students, early-career scientists, experienced users. The WIEN2k code is one of the most accurate density functional theory (DFT) codes for solids and can be applied to all elements of the periodic table; it is currently the most popular all-electron DFT code for solids. Many materials characteristics can be calculated, ranging from the basic ones, such as the electronic band structure or the optimized atomic structure, to more specialized ones such as the nuclear magnetic resonance shielding tensor, the electric polarization, band topology. This event includes lectures that provide basic foundation, scientific talks that highlight illustrative examples on application of DFT to solving specific materials problems, and hands-on tutorials designed at the basic and advanced levels.
Event listing ID:
1581518
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Dagstuhl-Seminar — Research Software Engineering: Bridging Knowledge Gaps
14 Apr 2024 - 19 Apr 2024 • Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany
Organizer:
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
Abstract:
There is currently an insufficient transfer of state-of-the-art research knowledge from computer science to research software engineering, and vice versa, in part leading to an incomplete understanding in computer science of the domain-specific and general challenges in research software engineering. This interactive seminar therefore brings the computer science and software engineering research community and the research software engineering community together to define a common language, and apply it to improve reciprocal knowledge transfer.
Event listing ID:
1565970
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Dagstuhl-Seminar — Discrete Algorithms on Modern and Emerging Compute Infrastructure
12 May 2024 - 17 May 2024 • Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany
Organizer:
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
Abstract:
In-depth understanding of both hardware and system software layers turns out to be essential. A variety of conceptual as well as technical challenges need to be addressed. Emerging compute infrastructure imposes constraints on the design of discrete algorithms. Future developments are likely to imply even more fundamental adaptations of existing and emerging algorithms. Close collaboration of developers of algorithms with their colleagues from the high-performance computer industry turns out to be crucial for the formulation of meaningful requirements on both sides. We intend to focus on sparse linear algebra and graph algorithms while reaching out to a diverse set of representatives from industry combining expertise in modern accelerators, next-generation silicon, quantum and neuromorphic computing.
Event listing ID:
1566031
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Course — Large Eddy Simulation and Related Techniques
13 May 2024 - 17 May 2024 • Sint-Genesius-Rode (near Brussels) - hybrid, Belgium
Organizer:
von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
Abstract:
The purpose of this Lecture Series is to offer a full overview of the present development and the potential of the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of turbulent flows. The first part of the course will introduce and discuss fundamental principles, present state-of-the-art applications. The specific numerical problems related to the implementation of LES will be also presented. The second part will present applications of these approaches to various engineering fields of wide interest. The course will be concluded discussing the possible developments of LES and Detached Eddy Simulation (DES) which represents the most promising technique to extend the usefulness of LES for high Reynolds-number flows. The course will be delivered by internationally recognized experts. Its content is addressed both to researchers interested in the fundamental simulation of turbulence and engineers wanting to apply the LES technique or LES solvers to the accurate simulations of turbulent flows.
Event listing ID:
1572712
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ADIW03 — Climate Applications of Layering
20 May 2024 - 24 May 2024 • Cambridge , United Kingdom
Organizer:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INI)
Abstract:
Our workshop on Climate Applications of Layering will bring together specialists in theory, numerical modelling, laboratory experiments and observations to address questions including how do layers and interfaces form in various settings, what factors control the strength of the interface between layers, what factors result in the erosion of the interface, and how strong must an interface be to resist being eroded?
Event listing ID:
1546401
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CEFC 2024 — 21st Biennial Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation
02 Jun 2024 - 05 Jun 2024 • Jeju, South Korea
Organizer:
The conference will be cosponsored by IEEE Magnetics Society, Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers- Electric Machines and Energy Conversion System Society, and Chungbuk National University.
Abstract:
This IEEE conference focuses on the latest developments in modeling and simulation methodologies for the analysis of electromagnetic fields and wave interactions, with applications emphasis on computer-aided design of low and high frequency devices, components, and systems.
Event listing ID:
1593129
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Knowledge Exchange Workshop on Geometric Rigidity, Graphic Statics and Engineering
03 Jun 2024 - 05 Jun 2024 • ICMS@ London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
ICMS - International Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Abstract:
The aim of this workshop is to facilitate Knowledge Exchange between academics working in the area of Discrete Geometry/Geometric Rigidity/Graphic Statics and industry professionals who have an interest in the design and analysis of rigid and flexible structures, particularly in the field of structural engineering.
Event listing ID:
1593100
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Waves 2024 — 16th International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation
30 Jun 2024 - 05 Jul 2024 • Berlin , Germany
Event listing ID:
1577247
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ICMP 2024 — International congress on mathematical physics
01 Jul 2024 - 06 Jul 2024 • Strasburg , France
Abstract:
The International Congress on Mathematical Physics, on its three year cycle, is the most important conference of the International Association of Mathematical Physics, whose current president is Bruno Nachtergaele. It will be a major event, where new results and future challenges will be discussed, illustrating the richness and vitality of Mathematical Physics. We hope that you will all be able to attend and contribute to the success of the meeting.
Event listing ID:
1577257
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CCP-2024 — 35th IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics
07 Jul 2024 - 12 Jul 2024 • Thesaloniki, Greece
Abstract:
The Conference on Computational Physics CCP2024 is the annual Conference in a series of meetings, that are held each year in a different city, treating all aspects of Physics that involve computer calculations, in an effort to explain the behavior of different systems in Physics. The meeting is sponsored by The International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), under the direction of the C20 Committee. The 2024 meeting will bring together scientists from all traditional areas in Physics, but will also extend to the new hot topics, such as Quantum Machine Learning, Neuromorphic Computing, use of AI in large-scale Physics experiments, big data and non-conventional data mining methods with a large variety of applications extending to complex systems, such as financial, and social networks, etc. The meeting is expected to provide a very fruitful environment to stimulate collaboration between scientists in different disciplines. A European Commission official from Brussels is invited to give the latest development in funding opportunities for collaborative projects.
Event listing ID:
1605851
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Solving the Boltzmann Equation for Neutrino Transport in Relativistic Astrophysics
08 Jul 2024 - 12 Jul 2024 • Providence, RI, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)
Abstract:
The spectacular observation of gravitational waves from a binary neutron star merger by the LIGO-Virgo Collaboration (GW170817), and a successful follow-up campaign by nearly every electromagnetic telescope ushered in this new era of multi-messenger astrophysics. Much of the understanding of such events arises from numerical modeling. An important part of this modeling is the inclusion in simulations of neutrino transport, as described by Boltzmann's equation. Because of inherent computational resource limits and given the high cost of the transport equations and the complexity of neutrino-matter interactions, there is a trade-off between computational cost and physical realism in all simulations. This workshop covers various approaches to solving the neutrino transport problem in compact object mergers and core-collapse supernovae, including Monte Carlo methods, moment truncation schemes, and other techniques.
Contact:
Email: info@icerm.brown.edu
Event listing ID:
1609181
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Simulating Extreme Spacetimes with SpEC and SpECTRE
05 Aug 2024 - 09 Aug 2024 • Providence, RI, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)
Abstract:
Gravitational wave science requires high-fidelity numerical simulations of the expected merger events. The Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes (SXS) collaboration has managed the development of two distinct codes for this purpose: (i) the Spectral Einstein Code (SpEC) based on pseudospectral methods, and (ii) an open-source code SpECTRE, an hp-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin scheme that also includes a sub-cell finite volume scheme in regions of strong shock formation that is ideally suited for multi-scale, multi-physics problems. SpECTRE targets problems in multi-messenger astrophysics, including neutron star mergers, core-collapse supernovae, and gamma-ray bursts. It runs at petascale and is designed for future exascale computers. Our weeklong program includes two contemporaneous activities: (i) a focused SpEC and SpECTRE code developers meeting and (ii) a SpECTRE workshop. The code developers' meeting will bring together researchers who are actively developing these codebases. The SpECTRE workshop aims to provide graduate students, postdocs, and faculty with the tools needed to install, run, and contribute to the open-source code SpECTRE. Our SpECTRE workshop will cover topics such as the generalized harmonic formulation of the Einstein field equation, general relativistic hydrodynamics, the discontinuous Galerkin method with finite volume sub-cells, the Cauchy characteristic extraction method, installing, running, and visualizing numerical simulations, and how to get involved with code development.
Contact:
Email: info@icerm.brown.edu
Event listing ID:
1609278
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Towards Routine Orbital-free Large-Scale Quantum-Mechanical Modelling of Materials
08 Sep 2024 - 13 Sep 2024 • Hangzhou, China
Organizer:
Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics (IASM)
Abstract:
This symposium brings together mathematicians, computer scientists, chemists and physicist to address a truly multidisciplinary issue of enabling large-scale atomistically-resolved, ab initio materials modeling. Such modeling capabilities are required for understanding and rational design of materials ranging from alloys to solid electrolytes for fuel cells. There is a substantial gap in theory and computing techniques which on one hand would be able to model phenomena intrinsically requiring models with millions of atoms and on the other hand provide accuracy and insight which is today routinely achievable only for unrealistically small model systems . This is a gap between a model and a reality. To bridge it, this symposium makes brains from different research fields pull in one direction. Progress that this symposium will help accelerate will mean better computational support for the development of functional materials, with more of the development moved from time-, manpower-, and $-costly lab experimentation to in-silico design.
Event listing ID:
1576792
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MMM-11 — Multiscale Materials Modeling
22 Sep 2024 - 27 Sep 2024 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Abstract submission deadline:
15 Mar 2024
Event listing ID:
1583798
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Joint ICTP-IAEA Workshop on Monte Carlo Radiation Transport and Associated Data Needs for Medical Applications
28 Oct 2024 - 08 Nov 2024 • ICTP, Trieste, Italy
Organizer:
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy / IAEA
Event listing ID:
1580630
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ZEMAX® Grundlagenseminar
06 Nov 2024 - 08 Nov 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602496
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ZEMAX® OpticStudio® Aufbauseminar
27 Nov 2024 - 29 Nov 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602477
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ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® Schwerpunktseminar Multi-Konfigurationen und komplexe Optimierung
05 Dec 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602456
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Mathematics & Computation (M&C) 2025
27 Apr 2025 - 30 Apr 2025 • Denver, CO, United States
Organizer:
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
Event listing ID:
1577373
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COMPUMAG 2025 — The 24th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields
22 Jun 2025 - 26 Jun 2025 • Naples, Italy
Abstract:
COMPUMAG 2025, the 24th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, will be held in Naples, Italy, from June 22 to 25, 2025. It is co-organized by 9 teams from the Italian community of Computational Electromagnetism. The conference venue is the Hotel Royal Continental, located in the heart of Naples. Since its creation in 1976, COMPUMAG has been one of the most important events in the field of computational electromagnetics for researchers all over the world to present their latest research advances, to share professional experiences, to exchange new ideas and to expand their professional networks.
Event listing ID:
1567386


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