Main event September 12th
Plenary Session - Scientific Session - Technical Session - Poster Session

Plenary Programme

  • Plenary & scientific session: Faraday Lecture Theatre, Faraday Building (8 on the campus map).
  • Reception, lunch, poster session: Room 218, Wallace Building (9 on the campus map).
Time Speaker Title
09:00Simon Hands (Swansea) Welcome (pdf)
09:10Mark Wilkinson (Dirac) Director’s Report (pdf)
09:30Debora Sijacki (Cambridge) Simulating the most energetic events in the Universe (pdf)
10:00Jacek Dobaczewski (York) Computing Atomic Nuclei (pdf)
11:00David Wilson (TC Dublin) Hadron resonances from lattice QCD (pdf)
11:30Mark Hannam (Cardiff) How DiRAC helps us measure black holes (pdf)
12:00Vera Guelpers (Southampton) Lattice QCD calculations for high-precision tests of the Standard Model of particle physics (pdf)
12:30 David Britton (Glasgow) /
Peter Clarke (Edinburgh)
GridPP (pdf) / IRIS (pdf)
13:00Lunch, (Room 218, Wallace Bulding)
14:30Parallel Sessions
17:00Poster Presentations, (Room 218, Wallace Bulding)

Parallel Session

Scientific Session

  • Location: Faraday Lecture Theatre, Faraday Building (8 on the campus map).
Time Speaker Title
14:30Biagio Lucini (Swansea) Hunting for new strong forces with Lattice simulations (pdf)
15:00James Bolton (Nottingham) Exploring the intergalactic medium and reionisation epoch with the Sherwood simulations (pdf)
15:30Alejandro BenÍtez-Llambay (Durham) The impact of subgrid modelling on the structural properties of galaxies
16:00Sven van Loo (Leeds) Magnetic fields and feedback in the Interstellar Medium (pdf)
16:30Richard Booth (Cambridge) Planet formation in the era of ALMA (pdf)

Technical Session

  • Location: Room K, Faraday Building (8 on the campus map).
Time Speaker Title
14:30Alexei Borissov (St. Andrews) SWIFT: a task based approach to SPH; Implementing sub-grid physics (pdf)
14:50Keith Vickers (OCF) To Be Announced
15:10Filippo Spiga (Arm) Arm's role in co-design for the next generation of HPC platforms (pdf)
15:30Toby Smith (Intel) Redifining Memory and Storage
15:50Darren Harkins (Mellanox) Mapping Application to the Cluster - Understanding the choices for Topology Scaling, and Processor (pdf)
16:10Tim Lanfear (Nvidia) Accelerated Computing: Computing for the 21st Century (pdf)
16:30 Hackathon Presentations (pdf)

Poster Session

  • Location: Room 218, Wallace Building (9 on the campus map).
Presenter Title
Ahmad Ali Modelling massive star feedback with Monte Carlo radiation hydrodynamics
Josh Borrow SWIFT: First Cosmological Results
Martin Bourne Jet feedback in a realistic cluster environment
Peter Boyle Protecting investment in QCD software: accelerator and cpu performance portability
En Chen Filament and star formation in spiral galaxy simulation with magnetic field
Christine Collins Monte Carlo radiative transfer for the nebular phase of Type Ia supernovae
Christine Davies Meson electromagnetic form factors from lattice QCD
Andrew Davis High Performance CAD Based Radiation Transport
Colin DeGraf Signals of Supermassive Black Hole Seed Formation across Cosmic Time
Amery Gration Dynamical modelling of dwarf-spheroidal galaxies using Gaussian-process emulation
Nick Henden The FABLE Galaxy Cluster Simulations
Roger Horsley The spin of the Proton
Jack Humpheries The mortality of young giant planets due to core feedback
Julia Kettle BSM kaon mixing with physical pions
Sophie Koudmani Interplay between Star Formation and AGN Feedback in Dwarf Galaxies
Craig McNeile Disconnected contributions to the hadronic part of the muon anomalous magnetic moment
Fionn Ó hÓgáin Rare Kaon Decays on the Lattice
Chacasta Pritlove IBM Power Systems
Jarno Rantaharju Implementation and Performance of an AVX 512 Extension to OpenQCD
James Richings Lattice QCD + QED: Precision tests of the Standard Model
Jonathan Shimwell Fusion reactor component design using cloud computing and machine learning
James Wurster Low-mass star formation
Alison Young Synthetic molecular line observations of the first hydrostatic core