Seminar at the Tokyo University, June 19th 2019

On June 19th, TJY Derrien was honored to present a seminar in the group of Prof. Ishikawa (University of Tokyo).
Title was: “Predictive modeling of materials excitation, melting and nanostructuring upon femtosecond laser irradiation: first-principle and phenomenological perspectives”.
Duration of the talk was 1h. Here is the link to the official announcement.

Questions from the inviting professors were accurate and numerous.

HPC: We have been allocated 3.5 million core-hours by Czech Republic

The project IT4I/MORILLE has been granted. It consists in providing a computational time of 3.5 M core-hours to implement the Marie Curie ATLANTIC project we obtained with HiLASE and with a number of partners. The PI is Dr T. J.-Y. Derrien, and the project includes the training of several people at HiLASE, plus the hosting of the incoming researchers of the ATLANTIC project.

Thanks to this project, HiLASE has now access to all the scales of machines that are necessary to prepare efficient HPC simulation codes.

  • BIATRI-SRV to prepare codes for shared memory architectures (OpenMP).
  • MetaCentrum to prepare codes for distributed memory architectures (MPI) and GPU simulation.
  • IT4I to execute codes on distributed memory architectures and GPUs.