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Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 9:15 EST to Friday, December 14, 2018 - 4:30 EST

Centre de recherches mathématiques

Université de Montréal

Pavillon André-Aisenstadt

2920, Chemin de la tour, 5th floor

Speaker Info:

The goal of the workshop is to gather applied mathematicians, theoretical chemists and physicists, specialists of mathematical and computational methods in relativistic and non-relativistic quantum chemistry and physics, laser physics, cold-matter physics and Bose-Einstein condensates. All these fields of application have in common linear or nonlinear quantum relativistic or non-relativistic wave models, such as the Schroedinger, Gross-Pitaevskii, Klein-Gordon or Dirac equations. The workshop will not only introduce the state-of-the-art in these research fields, but also will address new challenges and the future research trends. The workshop will cover several mathematical areas:

  • Numerical and mathematical methods for time dependent linear and nonlinear Dirac and Schroedinger equations.
  • Spectral theory applied to quantum Hamiltonians. Spectral pollution. Nonlinear and linear eigenvalue problem for unbounded operators, Dirac operator, Gross-Piatevskii operator. Imaginary time methods, Feit-Fleck exponential method, balanced operators.
  • Computational methods for many-body problems. Variational methods.
  • Domain decomposition methods, Schwarz waveform relaxation methods, multilevel methods.
  • High order operator splitting methods, exponential integrators.
  • Multiscale computing in material and cold-matter science.
  • High performance computing in quantum and laser physics.
  • Application to pair productions, graphene, attosecond science, Bose-Einstein condensate, laser-filamentation, laser-molecule interaction in relativistic regime, quantum imaging, ultrafast laser imaging.

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WestGrid webinar Dec 12
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John Simpson
Digital Humanities Specialist
Compute Canada

This intermediate-level session will walk through how to deploy static HTTP and HTTPS sites on a Virtual Machine (VM) in the Compute Canada Cloud.

This is a followup presentation to our first webinar in the cloud series: "Getting started on the Compute Canada Cloud".
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