ASIM Workshop 2011 - Program

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Monday, March 14

9:00 Registration @ LRZ
13:00 Hans-Joachim Bungartz Workshop Opening
13:30 Eric von Lieres (FZ Jülich) Spatial homogeneity analysis of packed bed chromatography
14:15 Silke Lechner (GE Global Research) The role of simulations in the development of new MRI gradient coils
15:00 Coffee Break
15:30 Tanja Clees (Fraunhofer SCAI) Robust design methods and tools for automotive and semiconductor applications
16:15 Notker Rösch (TUM)

MAC Project ParaGauss: Parallelization of the Density Functional Approach for Quantum Chemical Calculations (Keynote Talk)

17:00 End of Day 1

Tuesday, March 15

9:00 Start of Day 2
9:15 Frank Jenko (Max-Planck-Institut IPP) High Performance Computing in der Energieforschung: Auf dem Weg zu einem virtuellen Fusionskraftwerk
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Aron Ahmadia (KAUST) PetCLAW: Motivation and Design of a Scalable Hyperbolic PDE Solver using Python
11:15 Dominik Göddecke (TU Dortmund) Mixed-Precision GPU-Multigrid Solvers with Strong Smoothers
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Harald Köstler (FAU Erlangen) Numerical Codes on Multi-GPU Architectures
14:15 Poster Rodeo - Short presentation of posters
15:00 Social Event Visit of the Paulaner Brauerei
18:00 Poster Session and Dinner @ TUM-GS building

Wednesday, March 16

9:00 Start of Day 3
9:15 Dörte Sternel (TU Darmstadt) Coupled Simulation of Structural Movement, Flow and Acoustics
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Herbert Egger (TU Chemnitz) On Light Propagation in Dense Media: Models, Simulation, and Applications
11:15 Ahmed E. Ismael (RWTH Aachen) Lessons learned from large-scale molecular simulations at interfaces
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Jens Schneider (KAUST) A Tour of Feature-Based Terrain Editing
14:15 Hans-Joachim Bungartz Workshop Wrap-up & Best Poster Award Ceremony
15:00 End of Official Workshop
18:00 Opening TUM-KAUST FRAVE Marcus Tönnis (MAC/TUM): A Display-where-needed Architecture: The FRAVE – A Fully Reconfigurable CAVE

On Wednesday, March 16, we plan to inaugurate the TUM-KAUST FRAVE at the ITüpferl of the Computer Science department. All participants of the ASIM 2011 are invited to join us for this event.

ASIM Workshop 2011

The official webpage of the ASIM Workshop 2011 can be found at [1].