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CMSI International Satellite Meeting 2013 in Tokyo

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Novel Electronic Structure Method
When Oct 18, 2013 12:00 AM to
Oct 19, 2013 12:00 AM
Where Tokyo
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In this 3 satellite meetings under the specific topic, we will focus on discussion of how we expand the new computational material science developed by the massively parallel computation inviting the domestic and international specialists, and find out the global current of it.
The summary of each satellite’s discussion will be introduced and discussed together with many other participants on the second day of the CMSI International symposium on October 21st-22nd , the following week of the satellite meeting.
If you are interested in attending a satellite meeting, please contact the contact person directly.  Since we expect deep discussion in the narrow space, we are very sorry if we have no more space for you.

<TOKYO> "Novel Electronic Structure Method"
Date October 18, Fri - 19, Sat
Venue Seminar Room B (No.368), No.6, The University of Tokyo (Hongo campus)

◆Aims and scope
The purpose of the satellite meeting is to study the features of rather new computational methods for electronic structure calculations such as finite-difference methods, finite-element methods, and wavelet methods, and to discuss the suitability of those methods for the current and next generation supercomputers.

◆Invited Speakers
Jussi Enkovaara (Aalto University)
Luigi Genovese (CEA)
Volker Schauer (University of Stuttgart)
Eiji Tsuchida (AIST)
Tomoya Ono (Osaka University)
and some researchers, students in CMSI or others.

◆Program (tentative)
●Oct 18
13:30           Opening
13:40-14:50  (1)
14:50-15:00   Break
15:00-16:10   (2)
16:10-16:20   Break
16:20-16:50   Short Talk 1
16:50-17:20   Short Talk 2
17:20              welcome party

●Oct 19
10:00-11:10   (3)
11:10-11:20   Break
11:20-12:30   (4)
12:30-13:40   Lunch
13:40-14:50   (5)
14:50-15:00   Break
15:00-16:10   (6)
16:10-16:20   Break
16:20-16:50   Short Talk 3
16:50-17:20   Short Talk 4
17:20               Closing

Jun'ichi Iwata, Associate Prof.
Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering
The University of Tokyo
Hongo 7-3-1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8656, JAPAN

◆Please contact when you would like to attend each satellite meeting.


【Travel  Expense and Accomodation】

The travel and accommodation expenses of CMSI participants could be paid by CMSI as long as the budget allows.


Hosted by Comutational Material Science Initiative (CMSI)
Should you have any question, please contact CMSI Office.