The development team of the open-source Particle-In-Cell (PIC) code SMILEI is happy to announce the second SMILEI training workshop. This two-day event will take place on March 7-8, 2019 at Maison de la Simulation (Saclay, 20 km south of Paris). It is the perfect opportunity for beginners to learn about PIC simulations in a High-Performance Computing (HPC) environment, and for current users to strengthen their expertise and/or share their feedbacks/needs with the SMILEI community.
- Grech PIC codes
- Vinci Collaborative Infrastructure
- Perez User Interface and post-processing
- Lobet Smilei Parallelism
- Massimo Laser Envelope Model
- Zemzemi Fourier Mode Decomposition
- Siminos Generation of intense subcycle pulses using laser-driven wakes
Thursday, March 7
9h30 – SMILEI project review & collaborative framework (T. Vinci)
9h40 – The Particle-In-Cell Method for Plasma Simulation (M. Grech)
10h00 – High-Performance Computing in SMILEI: Parallelisation & Vectorization (M. Lobet)
11h45 – SMILEI user interface (F. Pérez)
11h00 – Coffee break
11h20 – Envelope methods in SMILEI (F. Massimo)
11h40 – Azimuthal mode electromagnetic solver in SMILEI (I. Zemzemi)
12h00 – Physics highlight with SMILEI (E. Siminos, Goteborg University)
12h30 – Lunch break (at Maison de la Simulation)
14h00 – 18h00 Numerical hands-on 1 (basics of PIC simulation & SMILEI)
18h30 – Departure to the dinner location
19h00 – Dinner at Château CNRS https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/63452517
Friday, March 8
9h00 – 16h00 Numerical hands-on 2 (from basics to advanced use of SMILEI)
(A lunch break is included)
To access the Maison de la Simulation, search for "Digiteo Saclay".
The bus service 91.06 links in 20 minutes the RER station "Massy-Palaiseau" to the bus stop "Christ de Saclay".
There is a 5-min walk to the Digiteo building.