Nanoscale Simulators of Ireland Annual Meeting
- Damien Thompson (University of Limerick, Ireland)
- Donal MacKernan (University College Dublin, Ireland)
The Nanoscale Simulators of Ireland meeting will start at 1 PM on Wednesday May 30, and close at 4 PM on Thursday May 31 at the Bernal Institute, University of Limerick. The meeting is supported in part by the European Union through the E-CAM Centre of Excellence, and CECAM-IRL.
The progamme will consist of
- short talks (15 minutes + 5 questions)
- long/invited talk (30 minutes + 10 questions)
- one or more round-table discussions
- a poster session and reception
All abstracts for presentations should be uploaded at this CECAM webpage for this meeting. If you have not registered before on the CECAM site, www.cecam.org, you will need to do so first.
The form of presentation (talk/poster) will be decided according to the quality of the abstract, and likely relevance to the audience - mostly simulators (in electronic structure and soft-matter/bio-physics) and coders, but will include some experimental/industry researchers.
When preparing your presentation, if possible, please mention the role/importance of either: (a) HPC/massively parallel computing platforms in your simulations or (b) industry interactions or both (a,b). These are themes relevant to the European Union and Enterprise Ireland. If neither (a) or (b) is relevant, your abstract will still be very welcome.
Castletroy Park hotel is across the road from the campus, and Kilmurry Lodge is a ten minute walk. The city centre has a wide range of accommodation options and is a ten minute taxi journey from the campus.