2004 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review Presentations

Monday, July 19 – Thursday, July 22
Washington Court Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Tuesday, July 20
Session I
John Grosh Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Welcome)
High-End Computing
Alice Koniges Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Keynote)
Simulating the World’s Largest Laser with Arbitrary Lagrange Eulerian Methods and Adaptive Grids
Daniel Horner University of California, Berkeley Atomic and molecular double photoionization calculations using exterior complex scaling
Benjamin Keen University of Michigan A Kinetic Scheme for Gas Dynamics on Arbitrary Grids
Richard Mills Massachusetts Institute of Technology Adapting to memory pressure from within scientific applications on multiprogrammed environments
Ryan Elliott University of Michigan Stability of Bi-Atomic Crystal Structures
2004 Howes Scholar Award
Collin Wick Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Simulating PEO melts using connectivity-altering Monte Carlo
Jon Wilkening Courant Institute Grain boundary diffusion due to stress and electromigration
Session II
Charles S. Peskin New York University (Keynote)
Muscle and Blood: Computer Simulation of the Heart by the Immersed Boundary Method
Michael Kowalok University of Wisconsin Adjoint methods for radiation therapy treatment planning
Catherine Norman Northwestern University The Dynamics of a Gas Bubble in an Inclined Channel at Finite Reynolds Number
Devin Balkcom Carnegie Mellon University Introducing Robotic Origami Folding
Wednesday, July 21
Session III
Gavin Conant University of New Mexico The Rarity of Evolution Through Gene Shuffling
Catherine Grasso Cornell University Multiple Sequence Alignment Representation and Annotation Using Partial Order Graphs
Justin Koo University of Michigan Computational Modeling of Hall Thrusters
Matthew Anderson University of Texas Constrained Evolution of Black Hole Spacetimes