Konferenzen & Symposien

Nächste NHR Konferenz/Symposium bzw. Konferenzbeteiligung:

  • NHR Atomistic Simulation Center Online Symposium 2022,  Nov 28/29. Online.
    • with the beginning of 2021, eight (and now finally nine) National High Performance Computing (NHR) Centers have been established throughout Germany. The three NHR centers in Paderborn, Berlin, and Erlangen have a joint focus on atomistic simulations and as such form the Atomistic Simulation Center (ASCASC cordially invites you to attend this year's Symposium, taking place online on November 28-29, 2022 (afternoon). The meeting will cover a broad range of aspects and novel approaches in the context of atomistic simulation.
      To date, the following scientists have agreed to give a presentation at our event:
      • Fakher Assaad, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
        Hilke Bahmann, Bergische Universität Wuppertal
        Jörg Behler, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
        Benjamin Dalton, Freie Universität Berlin
        Juergen Horbach, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
        Christoph Jacob, Technische Universität Braunschweig
        Carolin König, Leibniz Universität Hannover
        Dominik Munz, Universität des Saarlandes
        Markus Reiher, ETH Zürich
        Karsten Reuter, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max Planck Gesellschaft Berlin
        Gerhard Stock, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
        Roya Ebrahimi Viand, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max Planck Gesellschaft Berlin
        Marcus Weber, Zuse Institut Berlin
    • For more information, please see: http://tiny.cc/ASC22

      The symposium is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register:
      https://events.uni-paderborn.de/e/NHRatomistic

Vergangene Konferenzen/Symposien:

  • Inauguration of the NHR Center for Computational Physics. November 7/8 2022. Online. We would like to invite you to the two-day inauguration symposium of the computational physics center on November 7/8. The computational physics center is an initiative of the NHR (National Alliance of High-Performance Computing) which bundles the resources and competences of high-performance computing and makes them available to scientists of German universities. Experts from different fields in e.g. condensed matter physics, astroparticle physics or quantum chromodynamics, will present their research goals and numerical challenges to startup the computational physics center initiative. Further details, the timetable, and the registration page can be found at: https://events.uni-paderborn.de/e/nhr-phys-sym

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