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DISSEMINATION ACTIVITIES - M36

M24 updates in purple M30 updates in red M36 updates in cyan M36 updates in orange Final updates in brown
Joint Dissemination Activities:
  • Github - part of 6.1
  • Simphony Website - part of 6.1
  • Educational Resources - part of 6.4
  • Outline and start of Tutorial PAGES - part of 6.4
  • M15 D6.4 report
  • INTOP2015 workshop poster and website and full abstract book - this is 6.2
    SimPhoNy contributions to IntOP - file of our abstracts
    1. J. Hyvaluoma (SimPhoNy): Multiscale simulations with LBM: dimensional analysis and time-scales (20 min)
    2. J. Adler (SimPhoNy): Visualization of electronic density of nanotube with AViz (20 min)
    3. A. Hashibon (SimPhoNy): CUDS and Vocabulary in the SimPhoNy Integrated Framework (30 min)
  • Initial draft of manuscript about Visualization in SimPhoNy is now in the process of conversion to Latex. (The paper in progress will remain confidential to authors until submitted.)
  • Documentation links
    1. http://simphony-mayavi.readthedocs.org/en/stable
    2. http://simphony.readthedocs.org/en/stable
    3. http://simphony-lammps-md.readthedocs.org/en/stable
  • SimPhoNy Open Lecture by Guillermo Roman, 28th January, .
  • Multiscale Simulation: from Materials through to Industrial Usage, supported by CECAM-IRL, September 5-9, 2016 in Dublin. Joan Adler is a co-organiser, Adham Hashibon spoke, several of us joined in plugfest. Official report
    Activities from Quantech - Pooyan Dadvan
    Local simphony citechsa site
    Conference Cluster Presentations: ``Complete process simulation: requirements and solutions'' Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Experts Group (ICMEg) 1st International Workshop, Aachen/Rolduc, June 24th to 27th 2014. ICMEg
    Activities from Biodluidix: http://www.biofluidix.com/en-research-projects-simphony.html
    Activities from Enthought - Didrik Pinte and Kit Choi A new version of Mayavi (version 4.5.0) where lots of fixes and improvements have been made with support from SimPhoNy.  SimPhoNy is acknowledged in the documentation and in the code of Mayavi. Release note for Mayavi: http://docs.enthought.com/mayavi/mayavi/auto/changes.html and https://github.com/enthought/mayavi/releases/tag/4.5.0
    Activities from Sgenia - G. Roman
  • SimPhoNy Open Lecture by GUillermo Roman, 28th January, .
    Activities from Fraunhofer IWM:
    Workshop/symposia Organization:
  • Symposium on Multi-scale multi-physics modelling for nanomaterials and systems by design in the MSE 2014- Materials Science and Engineering Conference, September, 23 to 25, 2014 in Darmstadt, Germany
    Conference Cluster Presentations:
  • “Simulation framework for multiscale phenomena in micro and nano systems“. Adham Hashibon, The Industrial Technologies 2014, April 2014 Athens, Greece.
  • “Simulation framework for multiscale phenomena in micro and nano systems”, Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Experts Group (ICMEg) 1st International Workshop, Aachen/Rolduc, June 24th to 27th 2014. www.icmeg.info ICMEg
    Posters:
  • “SimPhoNy: Simulation framework for multiscale phenomena in micro and nano systems”. Industrial Technologies 2014, April 2014, Athens, Greece (1200 participants)
  • “Computational design of wetting and spreading behaviour for enhanced in-vitro-diagnostic applications”. The 2nd International Conference on MicroFluidic Handling Systems, Freiburg,
    Conference Proceedings:
  • “Computational design of wetting and spreading behaviour for enhanced in-vitro-diagnostic applications”. Adham Hashibon, Matthias Gurr, Pit Polfer, Frank Burmeister, Torsten Kraft. The 2nd International Conference on MicroFluidic Handling Systems, 8-10 October 2014, Freiburg, Germany (https://www.mfhs2014.uni-freiburg.de/conference/proceedings)
    Peer Reviewed Papers:
  • T. Breinlinger, A. Hashibon, T. Kraft: Simulation of the influence of surface tension on granule morphology during spray drying using a simple capillary force model, submitted to Powder Technology, accepted.
  • T. Breinlinger, A. Hashibon, T. Kraft: Simulation of the spray drying of single granules: The correlation between microscopic forces and granule morphology, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, accepted.
  • Adham Hashibon , Raphael Schubert, Thomas Breinlinger, Torsten Kraft, ``A DEM contact model for history-dependent powder flows'', Computational Particle Mechanics, pp 1-12, First online: 14 January 2016
  • additional talks to be included

    Activities from MTT(LUKE) - Jari Hyvaluoma
    Jari Hyvaluoma, Keijo Mattila, Tumas Puurtinen, Jussi Timonen, Exploring with simulations the transport properties of multi-scale porous media, Euopean Union General Assembly, April12-17 Vienna, Austria.
  • Lattice Boltzmann simulation of flow-induced wall shear stress in porous media, J. Hyväluoma, Submitted for publication
  • Lattice Boltzmann simulations meet high speed video: One-on-one comparison of bouncing droplets with computer vision S. Kulju In preparation
  • Conference European Conference on Nanotechnologies 26 February 2010
  • Conference European Geosciences Union General Assembly 12–17 April 2015 Vienna, Austria Scientific Community
  • Interoperability in Multiscale 28-29 May 2015 Jyväskylä, Finland Scientific communit
  • Modelling of Nano-enabled Materials (IntOP2015)
    Activities from Mattila Keijo
    Articles:
  • Siebert D, Philippi P, Mattila K, Consistent lattice Boltzmann equations for phase transitions, Physical Review E 90 (5): 053310, 2014. (Phys. Rev. E)
    Conference talks:
  • Conference: Exascale Applications and Software Conference (EASC 2014), 2.-3.April 2014 Title: A hybrid OpenMP/MPI implementation of the lattice-Boltzmann method for large-scale fluid flow simulations in porous media (presented by Keijo Mattila) Session: 15.10 - 16.00 Parallel Sessions, 2.April 2014 Audience: approx. 20 (experts in the research topic)
  • Conference: Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics (DSFD 2014), 28.July-1.August 2014 Title: A finite-difference lattice-Boltzmann scheme for hydrodynamic simulations (presented by Keijo Mattila) Session: Simulation–1, 29.July 2014 Audience: approx. 60 (experts in the research topic)
  • Conference: Materials Science Engineering (MSE 2014), 23.-25.September 2014 Title: Modelling diffusion across a membrane by the lattice-Boltzmann method (presented by Vesa Aho) Session: Multiscale multi-physics modelling for nanomaterials and systems by design, 25.September 2014 Audience: approx. 20 (experts in the research topic)
  • Public Relations: Article from JYV website World record in pore-scale flow simulations and also from Inside HPC international forum
  • High-order regularization in lattice-Boltzmann equations K. Mattila Physics of Fluids Vol 29, No 4 AIP 2017 046103 doi: 10.1063/1.4981227
  • The Effect of Void Structure on the Permeability of Fibrous Networks A. Koponen Transport in Porous Media Vol 117, No 2 Springer 2017 247-259 doi: 10.1007/s11242-017-0831-2
  • A prospect for computing in porous materials research: Very large fluid flow simulations K. Mattila Journal of Computational Science Vol 12 Elsevier 2016 62-76 doi: 10.1016/j.jocs.2015.11.013
  • Investigation of an entropic stabilizer for the lattice-Boltzmann method K. Mattila Physical Review E Vol 91, No 6 APS 2015 063010 doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.91.063010
  • Book of Abstracts for the 3rd Workshop of EUMMC (IntOP 2015) V. Kilappa University of Jyväskylä University of Jyväskylä 2015 Currently (15 June 2017) available at least from http://simphony2015.jyu.fi/data/ intop2015_book_of_abstracts.pdf
  • workshop, organization K. Mattila The 3rd Workshop of EUMMC (IntOP 2015) 28-29th May 2015 Department of Physics, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland Scientific community and Industry approx.. 20
  • press release K. Mattila World record in the pore-scale flow simulations December 2015 University of Jyväskylä, https://www.jyu.fi/en/news/archive/2015/12/tiedote-2015-12-21-10-27-32-746217
  • press release/media coverage K. Mattila World record achieved in pore-scale flow simulations 23 December 2015 Phys.org, https://phys.org/news/2015-12-world-pore-scale-simulations.html
  • press release/media coverage K. Mattila World Record Achieved in Pore-scale Flow Simulations 23 December 2015 Scientific Computing, https://www.scientificcomputing.com/news/2015/12/world-record-achieved-pore-scale-flow-simulations
  • press release/media coverage K. Mattila JYU Sets World Record for Pore-scale Flow Simulations 22 December 2015 inside HPC, https://insidehpc.com/2015/12/world-record-in-the-pore-scale-flow-simulations/
  • Conference, presentation K. Mattila A hybrid OpenMP/MPI implementation of the 2 April 2014 Exascale Applications and Software Conference (EASC 2014), Stockholm, Sweden Scientific Community approx.. 20
  • lattice-Boltzmann method for large-scale fluid flow simulations in porous media and Industry
  • Conference, presentation K. Mattila A finite-difference lattice-Boltzmann scheme for hydrodynamic simulations 29 July 2014 Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics (DSFD 2014), Paris, France Scientific Community approx.. 60
  • Conference, presentation V. Aho Modelling diffusion across a membrane by the lattice-Boltzmann method 25 September 2014 Materials Science Engineering (MSE 2014), Darmstadt, Germany Scientific Community and Industry approx.. 20
  • Conference, poster K. Mattila Extreme computing with LBM: very large fluid flow simulations in porous media 13 July 2015 Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics (DSFD 2015), Edinburgh, UK Scientific Community approx.. 100
    Activities from Technion-IIT
  • Poster for Israel Physical Society Meeting on December 1st 2013, to announce Simphony project to Israeli Physicists - poster_IIT_20131201.pdf
  • ``A Rosetta Stone for AViz'' Joan Adler's talk for 27th Athens,GA, USA CSP Workshop February 24-28, 2014. (Simphony Acknowledgement) that deals with AViz applications and python wrappers -50 participants.
  • Manuscript from above talk (Simphony Acknowledgement) J. Adler, Hila Glanz and Nadir Izrael,``A Rosetta stone'' for AViz'' DOI10.1016/j.phpro.2014.08.122 Physics Procedia, 57c , pp2-6, (2014).
  • Talks about Simphony for Technion Undergraduates for local recruiting - Excellence program (23/12/14): http://phycomp.technion.ac.il/~newphr76ja/metz/talktitle1.html - 20 students Senior undergraduates (25/3/2014) and 28/4/2015: http://phycomp.technion.ac.il/~phr76ja/doh/dohindex.html - 40 students
  • Presentation for researchers at NTU and A-Star HPC Center, Singapore on the Simphony project and AViz: http://phycomp.technion.ac.il/~newphr76ja/athens15/ntuindex.html - 5 participants. This was previous to a meeting (IUPAP world assembly), where Joan Adler was the Israeli representative and held discussions with the organisers of IUPAP sponsored CCP2016 in Suth Africa on outreach activities in nanoscience for black township children.
  • ``Visualization of electronic density'' (Simphony Acknowledgement and three Simphony co-authors, Joan Adler, Adham Hashibon and Bastien Grosso), Bastien Grosso, Valentino R. Cooper, Polina Pine, Adham Hashibon, Yuval Yaish and Joan Adler. Computer Physics Communications,DOI-10.1016/j.cpc.2015.04.003 195, p 1-13 (2015)
  • ``Visualization of electronic density'', Joan Adler's talk for 28th Athens, GA, USA CSP Workshop February 23-27, 2015. (Simphony Acknowledgement) that deals with AViz applications and python wrappers -50 participants.
  • Manuscript related to above talk - ``Mini-review of Visualization of electronic density'' (Simphony Acknowledgement and four Simphony co-authors, Joan Adler, Omri Adler Adham Hashibon and Bastien Grosso), Bastien Grosso, Joan Adler, Omri Adler, Or Cohen and Meytal Krief, Valentino R. Cooper, and Adham Hashibon. Physics Procedia, 68, p2-6 (2015).
  • Abstracts for INTOP2015 and for Recent Advances in Computational Modelling for Energy Applications, July, 2015, Technion. (SimPhoNy Acknowledgements, and SimPhoNy coauthors, J. Adler, O. Adler, J. Rutman, B. Grosso, A. Hashibon) view here.
  • J. Adler - Oral presentation at the 29th Workshop on Simulational Physics in February 2015, Athens, GA, USA, ``Simulation and Visualization of the Wulff Construction and Surface Energy for Adjoined Crystals'', with L. Saltoun and E. Polturak.
  • J. Adler -Oral presentation at CCP2016, 10-14th July, 2016, South Africa, ``GPUs in a Computational Physics Course'', with Gal Nissim and Ahmad Kiswani - 100 participants. Manuscript accepted.
  • Presentations at CECAM-IRL - Multiscale Simulation: from materials through to Industrial Usage, Joan Adler -``AViz'' and O. Adler's poster.
  • Joan Adler, L. Saltoun and E. Polturak, ``Simulation and Visualization of the Wulff Construction and Surface Energy for Adjoined Crystals'', IOP Conference proceedings, 2016 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 750 012011 .
  • Joan Adler, Liran Shahrir and Shaked Elfenboim, in Phase transitions and critical phenomena (PTCP), “Percolation in Education and Application in the 21st Century” Springer Festschrift for t he 60th Birthday of Wolfhard Janke, Eur. Phs. J. Special Topics, DOI10.1140/ep jst/e2016-60277-y
  • O. Adler, MSc. thesis, 2016.
  • A set of student projects using LAMMPS with AViz and QE with websites, as well as one lbm ``howto'' site.
  • O. Adler and J. Adler, `` A study of vibrating nanotubes with additional adsorbed mass or ``How to stick stuff onto nanotubes'' Oral presentation at the 30th Workshop on Simulational Physics in February 2016, Athens, GA, USA, manuscript submitted - 50 participants.
  • Joan Adler - Master class "Modern Computational Science", organized by the School of Applied Mathematics under the auspicies of the HSE Teaching Excellence Initiative, 6 hours, 40 people;15-17 May, 2017. link
  • Joan Adler, Priel Aharonian and Oshri Halimi, ``Liquid crystals with colloids'', Oral presentation at CCP2017, Paris 9-13th July, 2017, expect 200 participants.
  • More student projects using LAMMPS with AViz and QE with AViz and Mayavi websites
  • The AViz Listserv has been reopened and is located at: http://listserv.technion.ac.il/aviz-l.html.
  • Numerous educational webpages with instructions for simulations using LAMMPS, QUANTUM ESPRESSO and AViz, are in the website links above.