Seminar Series 'Hardware & Numerics'
The aim of the seminar
The aim of the seminar series 'Hardware & Numerics' is to connect all HZDR users of HPC and scientific calculations by means of a common scientific language which is the numerics. All simulations and data processings are based on a set of standard methods which are quite similar also for very different fields of applications. Furthermore most of the methods depend strongly on the architecture on which those calculations are intended to be implemented for. Therefore it is highly important to understand hardware architectures in order to be able to create optimized simulations.
Third round of the seminar - Autumn 2021
The third round of the seminar will start in November. The following talks will be given:
|Nov. 2nd 2021||Dr. Henrik Schulz & Dr. Nina Elkina (FWCI)||Opening Seminar and News about HEMERA|
|Nov. 9th 2021||Dr. Lingen Huang (FWKH)||Numerical Simulation of Solid-Density Plasma Dynamics Driven by Optical Short Pulse Relativistic Lasers and XFELs|
|Nov. 16th 2021||Dr. Anna Ferrari (FWKH)||Radiation transport simulations using the Monte Carlo method - part 2|
|Nov. 23rd 2021||Dr. Peter Steinbach (FWCC)|
|Dec. 7th 2021||Dr. Oleksandr Pylypovskyi (FWID)||Software Engineering in Scientific Computing: Spin-Lattice Simulations as an Example|
|Dec. 14th 2021||Dr. Norbert Weber (FWDH)||Numerical Simulation of Batteries, Fuel Cells and Electrolysers with OpenFOAM|
|Dec. 21st 2021||Dr. Nina Elkina (FWCI)||How to set up a Virtual HPC Playground on the OpenStack Cloud Platform|
Second round of the seminar - Spring 2021
The second round of the seminar was held between April and June 2021.
First round of the seminar - Autumn 2020
The first round of the seminar series was done between October and December 2020. The following seminars have been held:
The announcement posters can be downloaded here: