Wednesday 30th August

Morning Session
Alumni Auditorium
09:00 - 09:30
Mark Wilkinson (University of Leicester)
Director’s report
09:30 - 10:00
Christine Davies (University of Glasgow)
Deconstructing mesons with lattice QCD
10:00 - 10:30
Matthieu Schaller (ICC, Durham University)
Unravelling the mysteries of galaxy formation with the EAGLE and APOSTLE cosmological simulations and speeding these up with SWIFT
10:30 - 11:00   BREAK
Forum Street
Morning Session (Continued)
Alumni Auditorium
11:00 - 11:30
Tony Arber (University of Warwick)
Solar chromospheric heating and dynamics
11:30 - 12:00
Benjamin Drummond (University of Exeter)
The Chemistry of Hot Jupiter Atmospheres
12:00 - 12:30
Andrea Cristini (Keele University)
The first 3D hydrodynamic simulations of carbon burning in a massive star
12:30 - 14:00   LUNCH
Forum Street
Afternoon Session 1
Forum Seminar Room 1
14:00 - 14:20
Ewald Puchwein (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge)
Simulating (more) realistic galaxy clusters on a moving mesh
14:20 - 14:40
Roger Horsley (University of Edinburgh)
Determining the mass of the Xi-cc++ state
14:40 - 15:00
Jayesh Goyal (University of Exeter)
Atmospheric Library of Far Away Worlds
15:00 - 15:20
Alessandro Pastore (University of York)
Computing atomic nuclei
Afternoon Session 2
Forum Seminar Room 2
14:00 - 14:20
John Swinburne (Intel)
Intel’s High Performance Fabric Solutions
14:20 - 14:40
Sergio Martin-Alvarez (University of Oxford)
Triphasic dynamo amplification: cosmic magnetic fields in spiral galaxies
14:40 - 15:00
James Coomer (DDN)
Getting Serious about Using Flash to Accelerate Science
15:00 - 15:20
Martin Bourne (IoA/KICC, University of Cambridge)
Jet feedback on a moving mesh
15:20 - 16:00   BREAK
Forum Street
Afternoon Session 1 (Continued)
Forum Seminar Room 1
16:00 - 16:20
Ahmad Ali (University of Exeter)
Simulating feedback from massive stars in clusters using Monte Carlo radiation hydrodynamics
16:20 - 16:40
Ralph Schoenrich (Oxford)
Exploring Galactic Structure and History with Controlled and Analytic Simulations
16:40 - 17:00
Thomas Haworth (Imperial College London)
Where can you make a Trappist-1 planetary system
Afternoon Session 2 (Continued)
Forum Seminar Room 2
16:00 - 16:20
Darren J. Harkins (Mellanox)
Practical Ways that Mellanox Networks are used in DiRAC science
16:20 - 16:40
Matthew Smith (IoA, Cambridge)
Supernova feedback in numerical simulations of galaxy formation: separating physics from numerics
16:40 - 17:00
Ramon Rey-Raposo (University of Surrey)
Building a bridge from galaxies to stellar clusters
Forum Street
  • Thomas Haworth (Imperial College London)
    External photoevaporation of protoplanetary discs
  • Craig McNeile (Plymouth University)
    Using parallel eigensolvers in lattice QCD calculations
  • Jayesh Goyal (University of Exeter)
    Atmospheric Library of Far Away Worlds
  • Sergio Martin-Alvarez (University of Oxford)
    Packed in a NUT: magnetism during the collapse phase of a galaxy
  • Benjamin Drummond (University of Exeter)
    Fully consistent 3D non-equilibrium chemistry simulations using the Met Office Unified Model
  • Marius Rams�y (University of Oxford)
    A Multiscale Analysis of Gas and Dark Matter Filaments at High Redshift
  • Michael Jones (University of Exeter)
    The Dependence of Stellar Properties on Cloud Density
  • Felix Sainsbury-Martinez (University of Exeter)
    Anelastic Models of Fully-Convective Stars: Differential Rotation, Meridional Circulation and Residual Entropy
  • Ahmad Ali (University of Exeter)
    Simulating feedback from massive stars using Monte Carlo radiation hydrodynamics
  • Stefan Lines (University of Exeter)
    Making Clouds: 3D Simulations of cloudy hot-Jupiter atmospheres
  • Andrew Hillier (University of Exeter)
    Magnetic Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in a partially ionised plasma
  • Barry Mant (University College London)
    Infrared Spectra of Hydrocarbons
  • James Wurster (University of Exeter)
    Ionisation and the formation of low-mass protostars
  • Tom Constantino (University of Exeter)
    Modelling stellar hydrodynamics with MUSIC
  • James Harrison (University of Southampton)
    Numerical investigation of finite-volume effects for the hadronic vacuum polarisation
  • Matt Wingate (University of Cambridge)
    B meson decay and mixing using lattice QCD
  • Christine Davies (University of Glasgow)
    Quark mass determinations from lattice QCD
  • Matthew Smith (IoA, University of Cambridge)
    Supernova Feedback in Simulations of Galaxy Formation: Separating Physics from Numerics
  • Romas Smilgys (University of St. Andrews)
    Star formation from galactic scales to stellar clusters
  • William Lucas (University of St. Andrews)
    How does early stellar feedback alter the impact of later supernovae?
  • Colin McNally (Queen Mary University of London)
    Low mass planet migration in magnetically torqued dead zones
  • Isabelle Baraffe (University of Exeter)
    Multi-dimensional fully compressible, time implicit simulations of hydrodynamical processes in stars
  • Ramon Rey-Raposo (University of Surrey)
    Modelling the Effect of Massive Stars in Realistic Molecular Clouds
  • Joanne Mason (University of Exeter)
    Large Scale Magnetic Field Generation in Astrophysics
  • Edward Jacob Fauchon-Jones (University of Cardiff)
    Numerical relativity in the era of gravitational wave astronomy
  • Taysun Kimm (University of Cambridge)
    The effects of Lyman alpha pressure on metal-poor galaxies
  • Mark Fletcher (University of Leicester)
    Migration of massive objects in self-gravitating discs: a code comparison project