SciDAC 2005
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Monday Night Session (photos)
Accelerator Design
David BruhwilerTech.-X Corp. Massively Parallel Particle-in-cell Simulation of Advanced Particle Accelerator Concepts pdf
Rich LeeSLAC Progress/Achievements in ISIC/SAPP Collaborations for Electromagnetic Modeling of Accelerators  
Robert RyneLBNL SciDAC Advances and Applications in Computational Beam Dynamics pdf
Panagiotis SpentzourisFermilab Simulation of the Fermilab Booster using Synergia pdf
Applied Mathematics
Rob FalgoutLLNL New Multigrid Solver Advances in TOPS 
George FannORNL Multiresolution Techniques for Computational Chemistry 
Daniel GravesLBNL Cartesian Grid Embedded Boundary Methods for Partial Differential Equations ppt
Paul HovlandANL Sensitivity Analysis and Design Optimization through Automatic Differentiation 
Xiaolin LiBNL The Adaptation and Application of the FronTier Code Under the TSTT Interface 
Xiaoye Sherry LiLBNL The Roles of Sparse Direct Methods in Large-scale Simulations pdf
David SerafiniLBNL Adaptive Mesh Refinement for Particle-in-cell Methods 
Tim TautgesSNL Geometry and Mesh Components for Parallel Applications ppt
Kevin BowersD.E. Shaw Research Neutral Territory Methods for the Parallel Evaluation of Pairwise Particle Interactions pdf
Andrey GorinORNL Computational Challenges of Data Flows in High Throughput Proteomics  
Steve PlimptonSNL Microbial Cell Modeling via Reacting/Diffusing Particles 
Doug RuschVentner Institute Annotation and Clustering of Enviromental Shotgun Sequencing Data 
Robert HarrisonORNL Advanced Methods for Electronic Structure jpg
Ron ShepardANL Advanced Software for the Calculation of Thermochemistry, Kinetics, and Dynamics 
Donald ThompsonU Missouri Chemical Applications of Multi-Dimensional Moving Least Squares Fitting Methods for Hypersurfaces 
Lattice QCD
Claude BernardWashington U. Properties of Light Quarks from Lattice QCD Simulations 
Richard BrowerBoston U. National Software Infrastructure for Lattice Gauge Theory pdf
Peter PetreczkyBNL Exploring Matter under Extreme Conditions with Numerical Simulations pdf
David RichardsJLab First Principles Calculations of Nucleon and Pion Properties: Understanding the Building Blocks of Nuclear Matter from Lattice QCD pdf
Matthew WingateU. Washington Lattice QCD and Fundamental Parameters of the Standard Model pdf
Materials Science
Peter CummingsVanderbilt Molecular Modeling of Molecular Electronics Systems and Devices 
Bruce HarmonAmes Materials Grand Challenges and Approaches 
Wesley JonesNREL MDO using NanoPSE: Material Design by Optimization using Atomistic Electronic Structure Code for Nanostructures jpg
Vincent MeunierORNL Electron Transport in Molecular Electronics Systemsjpg
Wednesday Night Session (photos)
Adam BurrowsArizona State-of-the-Art Multi-Dimensional Core-Collapse and Supernova Simulations pdf
Christian CardallORNL Toward Five-dimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations png
John HayesUCSD Toward 2D and 3D Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae with Magnetic Fields pdf
Raphael HixORNL Terascale Input Physics: The Role of Nuclear Electron Capture in Core Collapse Supernovae png
Michael ZingaleUC Santa Cruz The Physics of Thermonuclear Flames in Type Ia Supernovae pdf
Climate Science
Phil DuffyLLNL High_Resolution Simulations of Global Climate 
Steven GhanPNL Physically-Based Global Downscaling Climate Change Projections for a Full Century 
Elizabeth HunkeLANL GM vs Biharmonic Ocean Mixing in the Arctic 
Joyce PennerU. Michigan Development of an Atmospheric Climate Model with Self-Adapting Grid and Physics ppt
Combustion Energy Science
Habib NajmSNL Adaptive Chemical Model Reductionppt
William PitzLLNL Development of the RIOT Web Service and Information Technologies to Enable Mechanism Reduction for HCCI Simulations 
Jaideep RaySNL Advanced Numerics in a Component-based Software Environment 
Arnaud TrouvéU. Maryland Direct Numerical Simulation of Non-premixed Flame-wall interactions pdf
Yunliang WangU. Wisconsin DNS Study of the Ignition of N-Heptane Fuel Spray under High Pressure and Lean Conditions 
Computer Science
Micah BeckU. Tennessee Logistical Networking jpg
Dennis GannonIndiana U. Component-Based Software for High-Performance Scientific Computingppt
Chris JohnsonU. Utah Computational Infrastructure for Biomedical Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization 
Nagi RaoORNL High-Performance Networking for Large-Scale Science: Infrastructure, Provisioning, Transport and Application Mapping  
Stephen ScottORNL SSS-OSCAR Integrated Software Suite pdf
Patrick WorleyORNL Performance Analysis of GYRO: A Tool Evaluation pdf
John WuLBNL An Efficient Indexing Technology for Accelerating Data Intensive Science pdf
Fusion Energy
Don BatchelorORNL Electromagnetic Mode Conversion in Fusion Plasmas ppt
Ravi SamtaneyPPPL An Adaptive Mesh Semi-implicit Conservative Unsplit Method for Resistive MHD 
David SchisselGeneral Atomics Advances in the Real-Time Interpretation of Fusion Experiments pdf
Linda SugiyamaMIT Advances in Extended MHD Simulations 
Weixing WangPPPL New Insights from General Geometry Simulations of Plasma Transport 
Science Grids & Collaboratories
Ian FosterANL The Data Grid Toolkit 
Chuck GreenfieldGeneral Atomics Advanced Tokamak Research at the DIII-D National Fusion Facility in Support of ITER pdf
Dhiva MurugananthamESnet/LBNL ESnet Authentication Services and Trust Federations 
Don PetravickFermilab Ultranet-based Wide Area Systems R&D Enabling LHC Sciencepdf
Mary ThomasSDSU Grid Portal Architecture for Scientific Applications 
Michael WehnerLBNL The Impact of SciDAC on US Climate Change Research and the IPCC AR4 
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