Materials for Energy Applications: Experiment, Modeling and Simulations
March 30 - April 1, 2011 at the Terranea Resort in Ranchos Palos Verdes, CA
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Conference Registration ($600): Register here
All participants, please register. Registration covers lunches, coffee breaks, refreshments and banquet.
Before March 11, 2011 - $266.75 per day, includes room internet, resort fee, state and local taxes. Limited number of rooms are available at this rate. After March 11, the rate is $293.90. IMPORTANT: Please call Terranea reservation office at (866) 802-8000 with code: USC Conference CACS2011. More information on the hotel at Terranea.com.
Science for Energy
Harriet Kung, Director, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, DOE
Modeling and Simulation - Capabilities and Challenges
Walter Polansky, Acting Director, SciDAC Division, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, DOE
Jim Belak (LLNL), Jerry Bernholc (NCSU), Markus Beuhler (MIT), Don Brenner (NCSU), Jim Chelikowsky (UTexas), George Crabtree (ANL), Vincent Crespi (PSU), Steve Cronin (USC), Peter Cummings (Vanderbilt), Dana Dlott (UIUC), Vinayak Dravid (NWU), Adri van Duin (Penn State), Thom Dunning (UIUC), Timothy Germann (LANL), Ananth Grama (Purdue), Mary Hall (Utah), Kai-Ming Ho (Ames), Tim Kaxiras (Harvard), Shiv Khanna (VCU), Gerhard Klimeck (Purdue), Michele Parrinello (ETHZ), Warren Pickett (UC Davis), Elena Shevchenko (ANL), Ellad Tadmore (Minnesota), Satyavani Vemparala (IMSC, India), Jeff Vetter (Georgia Tech), Krystyn van Vliet (MIT), Sid Yip (MIT).
Kurt Binder (Germany), Roberto Car (Princeton), Jim Chelikowsky (Texas), George Crabtree (Argonne), Masao Doi (Japan), Thom Dunning (Illinois), Giulia Galli (UC Davis), Mike Klein (Temple), Andrew Mark (DOD-HPCMO), Michele Parrinello (ETHZ), CNR Rao (India), Ralph Roskies (Pittsburgh), Horst Simon (LBL), Rick Stevens (Argonne)
Conference supported by
University of Southern California
U.S. Department of Energy Offices of Basic Energy Sciences and