The kick-off for COMPUTE took place March 2, 2012, in Lundmarksalen (astronomy building) and the associated foyer from 9.30 to approximately 16.00. There were 62 registered participants for the meeting. See photos from the kick off meeting below.
During the kick off meeting general information about the COMPUTE research school was given to together with details on courses and seminars to be given within the upcoming year. Also, the partners presented highlights of their science. The detailed programme is found below together with pdf-versions of all the talks (click on the title of each talk) given during the meeting.
|09.30-09.50||Melvyn B. Davies||COMPUTE overview|
|09.50-10.10||Dag Ahrén||Microbial host interactions: a double-edge sword||Microbial Ecology|
|10.10-10.30||Michael Ljungberg||Mathematical methods and simulations tools useful in medical radiation physics||Medical Radiation Physics|
|10.30-11.00||Coffee break, mingling|| |
|11.00-11.20||Torbjörn Sjöstrand||High energy collisions - on the road to Monte Carlo||Theoretical High Energy Physics|
|11.20-11.40||Ross Church||Making exotic objects in stellar clusters||Astrophysics|
|11.40-12.00||Per Linse||Soft matter computational modeling||Physical Chemistry|
|12.20-13.30||Lunch break, mingling|
|13.30-13.50||Joachim Hein||Lunarc: High performance computing at Lund University||LUNARC|
|13.50-14.10||Tobias Ambjörnsson||Computational methods in biological physics||Computional Biology and Biological Physics|
|14.10-14.30||Magnus Ullner||Theoretical chemistry||Theoretical Chemistry|
|14.30-14.50||Oxana Smirnova||Not only web: Computing methods and tools originating from high energy physics experiments||Experimental High Energy Physics|
|14.50-15.10||Gustaf Söderlind||Computational science and scientific computing - what is the difference?||Centre for Mathematical Sciences|
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