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Los Alamos National Lab accepting applications for summer workshop in computational physics — Jan. 26 deadline
January 26, 2015 @ 12:00 am
Los Alamos National Laboratory is accepting applications for its Computational Physics Students Summer Workshop, which takes place from June 8 through August 14, 2015. Graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Topics will include:
- A Variable Density Incompressible RANS Testbed in Python (RANS)
- Multi-Scale Materials Modeling (MultiScale)
- Topics in Lagrangian, Compressible, Multi-Phase Flow(NextGen)
- Warm Dense Matter Calculations using OFMD (OFMD)
- Modeling Warm Dense Matter using Quantum-Mechanical Density Function Theory (DFT)
- Monte Carlo Thermal Radiation Transport (MCRad)
- Production Codes on Xeon Phi/Knights Corner (Knights)
- Lagrangian radiation hydrodynamics (RadHydro)
- Determining the Effectiveness of the Menikoff-Kober Crush-Out Model for Studying Lunar Crater Formation(Moon)
- Computational Physics on Advanced Architectures using a Domain-Specific Language (DSL)
- Advanced Mesh-Free Methods for Compressible Mechanics (MeshFree)
Fellowships, typically ranging from $7,500 to $13,000, are available. The deadline for applying is Jan. 26, 2015. See the program web site for more information.