Friday, July 22 — 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Salons H, J & K; Crystal Gateway Marriott

The annual Fellows' Poster Session affords program review attendees a unique opportunity to learn more about the research being supported by the DOE CSGF program. Each fellow is provided space to present his or her latest findings, and prizes are awarded to those who engage in the best visual and oral presentations.

2011 Contest Winners

  • Britton Olson — Stanford University (Overall)
  • Kenley Pelzer — University of Chicago (Honorable Mention)
  • Aaron Sisto — Stanford University (Honorable Mention)
  • Zachary Ulissi — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Honorable Mention)
  • Scot Miller — Harvard University (Novice)

Poster Presentation Schedule

Group I — Presenting from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Aeronautics
1
Noah Reddell A new flexible high-performance computing code for local (nearest-neighbor) calculations on clustered many-core systems
Applied Mathematics
3
Evan Gawlik Variational integrators for incompressible fluid flow, magnetohydrodynamics, complex fluid flow, and geophysical fluid dynamics
5
Tobin Isaac Toward the massively parallel solution of 3-D ice sheet flow models
Astrophysics
7
Samuel Skillman High-performance stencil computations on GPUs
Atmospheric Sciences
9
Christopher Eldred WRF model configuration for seasonal climate forecasting over the Bolivian altiplano
Biology
11
Carl Boettiger Early warning signals of population collapse
13
Irene Kaplow Integrating gene expression, chromatin modification, and transcription factor binding human embryonic stem cell datasets to understand gene regulation in development
15
Troy Ruths A sequence-based, population genetic model of regulatory pathway evolution
Biophysics
17
Armen Kherlopian Cardiac myocyte model parameter sensitivity analysis and model transformation using a genetic algorithm
Chemical Engineering
19
Carmeline Dsilva The study of Lennard-Jones clusters using diffusion maps
Chemistry
21
Devin Matthews Approaches towards the full CI limit for singlet biradicals
23
Brenda Rubenstein Finite-temperature auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo for Bose-Fermi mixtures
Computational Fluid Dynamics
25
Sanjeeb Bose Explicitly filtered large-eddy simulation on unstructured grids
27
Eric Liu The importance of mesh adaptation for higher-order solutions of PDEs
Computer Science
29
Edgar Solomonik Communication-optimal 2.5D dense linear algebra
Electrical and Computer Engineering
31
Christopher Quinn Using information theory to analyze statistically causal influences in networks of simultaneously recorded neurons
Materials Science and Engineering
33
Aaron Sisto Predicting the optical properties of nanostructured metamaterials: single-walled carbon nanotube arrays
Mechanical Engineering
35
Brian Lockwood Gradient-enhanced surrogate models for efficient uncertainty quantification
Nuclear Engineering
37
Peter Maginot A new strictly non-negative SN finite element spatial discretization
39
Travis Trahan 3-D anisotropic neutron diffusion in optically thin channels
Physics
41
Amanda Peters Multiscale simulation of blood flow in the coronary arteries
43
Norman Yao Topologically protected quantum state transfer in a chiral spin liquid
Statistics
45
Miles Lopes A statistical model for the dynamic regulation of alternative splicing in D. melanogaster
Group II — Presenting from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Applied Mathematics
2
Scott Clark ALE: An assembly likelihood evaluation framework to estimate the quality of metagenome assemblies
4
Thomas Fai An FFT-based immersed boundary method for variable viscosity and density fluids
Atmospheric Sciences
6
Mary Benage The thermal evolution and dynamics of pyroclastic density currents from boiling-over eruptions
8
Scot Miller Sources of nitrous oxide, an important greenhouse gas, over the central United States
Audiology/Speech Pathology
10
Anne Warlaumont A computational neural network model of infant vocal learning
Biology
12
Edward Baskerville Modeling and prediction of feeding links using trait data
14
Aleah Caulin Peto's Paradox and the evolution of cancer suppression
16
Charles Frogner Integrative image analysis of Drosophila in situ hybridization data
18
Virgil Griffith Superseding Venn information diagrams with partial entropy decomposition
Chemical Engineering
20
Zachary Ulissi Single Ion Transport Through Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Chemistry
22
Kurt Brorsen Theoretical study of protonated water clusters using the effective fragment potential
24
Mark Maienschein-Cline An algorithm for parallelization of molecular dynamics in time
26
Kenley Pelzer Strong correlation in polyaromatic hydrocarbons from the two-electron reduced-density-matrix method: effects of geometry and size
Civil and Environmental Engineering
28
Sean Vitousek Towards Navier-Stokes simulations of the ocean
Computational Fluid Dynamics
30
Christopher Ivey Multiphase flow modeling for jet atomization
32
Britton Olson Shock-turbulence interactions in a rocket nozzle
Computer Science
34
Cyrus Omar Formal infrastructure for data-driven modeling of neurobiological circuits
Mechanical Engineering
36
Curtis Hamman Stability of impulsively started vortex rolls
Nuclear Engineering
38
Leslie Dewan Quantifying radiation damage to the network structure of radioactive waste-bearing materials
Operations Research
40
Kathleen King Planning and operating a public health emergency response network
Physics
42
Seth Davidovits Momentum space dynamics of spatially incoherent light in a photorefractive crystal
44
Douglas Mason Husimi projection in graphene eigenstates