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MARC Sino-UK Workshop "Computer Simulation"

Monday 16th March 2009

One-Day Workshop

Midlands Alliance for Research Computing (MARC), Universities of Warwick and Birmingham

Organisers: P. Mawby, R.A. Römer, M. Zhao

Conference email: csc-conferences-marcworkshops@forums.warwick.ac.uk



Registration


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Background and Purpose

A delegation from the Chinese Society of Computer Simulation will visit the University of Warwick as part of a fact-finding mission to the UK. This is a great opportunity for people who are working in the general computer simulation area in both the UK and China to get to know each other.


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Preliminary Programme

This programme is still subject to major changes.

Time Title Speaker
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:05 Welcome
09:05-09:20 Warwick's Centre for Scientific Computing and the Midland Alliance for Research Computing R. A. Roemer
09:20-09:40 Warwick, a research-led university in the Midlands K. Lamberts
09:45-10:05 Electro-thermal models of automotive inverters P. Mawby
10:10-10:30 Computer Simulation Development in China W. Lianwei
10:35-10:55 Ab-initio modelling of the properties of magnetic materials J. Staunton
11:00-11:30 Tea, coffee and biscuits and poster
11:30-11:50 HECToR Capability Challenge - Simulating Protein Control of Crystal Nuclei D. Quigley
11:55-12:15 Computational Science within the STFC - The Vision of the Hartree Centre P. Sherwood
12:20-12:40 The Simulation Key Factor Analysis of Airplane Flying on Plateau Airports Z. Ziyan
12:45-14:00 Lunch and poster
14:00-14:20 Methods of Brain Emulating for Social Computing H. Liqun
14:25-14:45 WARPP: A Toolkit for the Simulation of Large Parallel Scientific Codes S. Hammond
14:50-15:10 A Differential Evolution Based Memetic Algorithm and Its Applications Z. Lixiang
15:15-16:00 Tea, coffee and biscuits and poster
16:00-16:20 Proteomic studies of the environmentally important methanotroph Methylocella silvestris K. Thalassinos
16:25-16:45 Knowledge-based Method for the Validation of Complex Simulation Models M. Feiyan
16:50-17:10 Authority Description of Human Behaviour Z. Lianzhi
17:15-17:30 Closing remarks R. A. Roemer
19:00-22:00 Dinner for speakers and invited guests Scarman House

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Participants

Participation shall be free. During the workshop, a morning coffee as well as an afternoon tea shall be provided. There will be no support for travel or accommodation.

Members (staff and students) of Birmingham and Warwick University can attend all talks for free. Also, participants of the MARC initiative are welcome to attend at no cost. Please register if you would like to attend!

The symposium will start at 09:30am at the University of Warwick. Note that the university is located at the outskirts of Coventry and not in Warwick. See http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/ for travel details and http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps/ for maps of the central campus. In case you come by car, parking is available for delegates at car park 15.

Name Affiliation Contribution
Mohamed Ahmed University of Warwick Participant
Min Feiyan Chinese Association of Computer Simulation Knowledge-based Method for the Validation of Complex Simulation Models
Andrea Fischer CSC/Physics, University of Warwick Localised Collective Excitations in Doped Graphene in a Strong Magnetic Field (poster)
Simon Hammond University of Warwick WARPP: A Toolkit for the Simulation of Large Parallel Scientific Codes
Jianglin Huang MARC, University of Birmingham participant
Jonathan Hunt MARC, University of Birmingham participant
Marina Ishchenko University of Warwick Participant
Emilio Jimenez University of Warwick Proteins: Structural variation, rigidity variation (poster)
Kennith Leong University of Warwick Participant
Wu Lianwei Chinese Association of Computer Simulation Computer Simulation Development in China
Zeng Lianzhi Chinese Association of Computer Simulation Authority Description of Human Behavior
Han Liqun Chinese Association of Computer Simulation Methods of Brain Emulating for Social Computing
Zhang Lixiang Chinese Association of Computer Simulation, Beijing A Differential Evolution Based Memetic Algorithm and Its Applications
Philip Mawby University of Warwick organizer
Nii-Adotei Parker-Allotey University of Warwick participant
Sebastian Pinski CSC/Physics, University of Warwick participant
David Quigley MARC, University of Warwick HECToR Capability Challenge - Simulating Protein Control of Crystal Nuclei
Alberto Rodriguez CSC/Physics, University of Warwick Multifractal Analysis with the Probability Density Function at the 3-D Anderson transition (poster)
Rudolf A Römer MARC, University of Warwick Warwick's Centre for Scientific Computing and the Midlands Alliance for Research Computing
Filipe Rosa University of Warwick participant
Mohamed Sabry University of Warwick Participant
Paul Sherwood STFC Daresbury Lab Computational Science within the STFC - The Vision of the Hartree Centre
Harsimrat Singh Sch of Engineering, University of Warwick Participant
Julie Staunton MARC, University of Warwick Ab-initio modelling of the properties of magnetic materials
Konstantinos Thalassinos MARC, University of Warwick Proteomic studies of the environmentally important methanotroph Methylocella silvestris
Visoth Tiev University of Warwick participant
Chin Foong Tong University of Warwick participant
Zhang Tong Chinese Association of Computer Simulation participant
Louella Vasquez CSC/Physics, University of Warwick Multifractal Analysis of the 3D Anderson Model
Stephen Wells CSC/Physics, University of Warwick Charge transport in DNA: correlation with pathogenic mutation rates (poster)
Zhigen Wu University of Warwick participant
Shaoyang Yang University of Warwick participant
Zhaoyang Yue Engineering School, University of Warwick participant
Minzhe Zhao Chinese Association of Computer Simulation, Beijing organizer
Zhang Ziyan Chinese Association of Computer Simulation The Simulation Key Factor Analysis of Airplane Flying on Plateau Airports

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Venue

Registration will be held in the Warwick International Digital Laboratory and all talks will be held in the DigiLab's Main Lecture Theatre. This is building 65 of the Warwick central campus.

The workshop will start with the registration at 08:30 am at the University of Warwick. Note that the university is located at the outskirts of Coventry and not in Warwick. See http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/ for travel details and http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps/ for maps of the central campus. In case you come by car, parking is available for delegates at car park 15.


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