From 26 March to 31 March 2023 the DPG Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) will take place on the campus of the Technical University Dresden.
Find FAIRmat at:
- The focus sessions Making Experimental Data F.A.I.R. – New Concepts for Research Data Management (O84/TT56 & O95/TT68)
- the discussion session NFDI and FAIR research data: benefit or burden? (PSV X)
- our exhibition booth!
NOMAD CoE researchers will be present at the focus session Frontiers of Electronic-Structure Theory - Large-scale Calculations Enabled by Sharing Developments and Tools.
NVIDIA and the MPCDF are hosting a GPU Bootcamp open to all researchers and code developers of the Max Planck Society. During this online Bootcamp, participants will learn how to apply AI tools, techniques, and algorithms to real-life problems. This online Bootcamp is a hands-on learning experience where you'll be guided by mentors throughout the process.
In June 2023, we will host the workshop and hackathon "Exascale women on stage"! This event is organized by women for women to learn about each others' research, build professional networks, and create a short video series about women working on the exascale. The event is open to all female scientists at all professional levels.
Learn to unleash the power of supercomputers in the CSC Summer School in High Performance Computing 2023. The school is aimed at graduate students working in various fields of science, e.g., chemistry, physics, life sciences, engineering or economics as well as Industrial R&D professionals. Undergraduates as well as post-docs will also find the school very useful.
The ten days of school are filled with coding, sports, leisure activities and having good time together. School consists of lectures and hands-on exercises on LUMI, currently the most powerful supercomputer in Europe.
The aim of this event is to survey the state-of-the-art of theoretical and computational approaches to describe different kinds of excitations (optical, magnetic, vibrational, etc.) in condensed-matter systems, to discuss future perspectives of these methodologies and their applications in different research fields, and to confront advances in theoretical and computational methods with the latest developments in experimental techniques as well as applications.
HoW exciting! 2023 will consist of two closely related events, a hands-on tutorial and an international workshop.
The aim of this program is to bring together a diverse scientific audience, both between scientific fields (physical sciences, materials sciences, biophysics, etc) and within mathematics (mathematical modeling, numerical analysis, statistics and data analysis, etc), to make progress on key questions of materials informatics. Applications received by January 1, 2023 will be given first priority for consideration.