Meetings/Workshops on Computational Physics and Numerical Simulation in the United States (USA)

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Computational Astrophysics in the ngVLA Era: Synergistic Simulations, Theory, and Observations
07 Jun 2022 - 09 Jun 2022 • Flatiron Institute, New York, NY, United States
The goal of this meeting is to bring together theoreticians, modelers, and observers to discuss the computational astrophysics and observational challenges for the next generation of observatories, focusing on the next generation Very Large Array (ngVLA). The formation of planetary systems, the evolution of galaxies, and the observation of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave events will be fertile grounds for discovery in the next decades and are core science goals for the ngVLA. The challenge to simulators is to develop predictive models that can be accurately compared against observations, while observers need to generate measurements that can effectively constrain the models.
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Gordon Research Conference — Computational Materials Science and Engineering
31 Jul 2022 - 05 Aug 2022 • Newry, United States
Analytic and Geometric Aspects of Gauge Theory (GT)
22 Aug 2022 - 21 Dec 2022 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
The mathematics and physics around gauge theory have, since their first interaction in the mid 1970's, prompted tremendous developments in both mathematics and physics. Deep and fundamental tools in partial differential equations have been developed to provide rigorous foundations for the mathematical study of gauge theories. This led to ongoing revolutions in the understanding of manifolds of dimensions 3 and 4 and presaged the development of symplectic topology. Ideas from quantum field theory have provided deep insights into new directions and conjectures on the structure of gauge theories and suggested many potential applications. The focus of this program will be those parts of gauge theory which hold promise for new applications to geometry and topology and require development of new analytic tools for their study.
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New Mathematics for the Exascale: Applications to Materials Science
13 Mar 2023 - 16 Jun 2023 • Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), Los Angeles, United States
The aim of this program is to foster the development of new mathematical tools and formalisms that will enable a new generation of ultra-scalable algorithms for a broad range of applications in computational materials science. Topics of interest will include strategies for scalable single-scale simulations, novel massively-parallel scale-bridging algorithms, and integration of extreme-scale computing into experimental and data science workflows. The program will bring together applied mathematicians, materials scientists, computer scientists, and method developers interested in unlocking the potential of upcoming exascale architectures through novel mathematical approaches.
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Workshop II: Scale-Bridging Materials Modeling at Extreme Computational Scales
17 Apr 2023 - 21 Apr 2023 • Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA, United States
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA.
Quantitatively predicting the properties of “real” structural materials is an extremely challenging endeavor, as macroscale properties depend on characteristics of the material at every scale, from nanometers (short range order, point defects, etc.), to micrometers (grain size, extended defects, etc.), to centimeters (texture, etc.). Similarly, relevant timescales range from atomic vibrations (picoseconds) to microstructural evolution times (hours to years). This extreme breadth of size and time scales makes the accurate simulations with fully-resolved atomic-scale tools (e.g., molecular dynamics) hopeless. Practical solutions must therefore rely on scale-bridging approaches that systematically upscale the lower scale physics into computationally tractable higher-scale constructs. The premise of this workshop is that extreme-scale computing can breathe new life into the field of multiscale modeling by addressing the problems identified above with brute force computing. This workshop will focus on new mathematical approaches to multiscale/multiphysics modeling, with a particular emphasis on the many theoretical and numerical challenges faced at the exascale. The goal is to bring together specialists in a range of massively parallel algorithms and researchers interested in improving the scalability of current techniques.
Part of the Long Program New Mathematics for the Exascale: Applications to Materials Science, Integration of direct simulations, online data analysis, and experimental data. Mathematical methods for data assimilation. Large-scale inverse problems. Computation-aided online experimental design at massive scales. Active exploration of chemical space using massive quantum calculations. Workflow infrastructure. Integration of numerically-intensive calculations with ML/data-science at scale.
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