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  • Research associate position at IMS NRC Ottawa

    Publicado el junio 1st, 2009 Aquiles Carattino Sin comentarios aún ...

    The Quantum Theory Group at the Institute for Microstructural Sciences, National Research Council of Canada, is expecting an opening for Research Associate starting in the Fall of 2009.

    Our interests are in correlated electrons in low dimensional systems, computational nanoscience, nanospintronics, nanophotonics and quantum information,with more information available at http://ims-ism.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/qt/quant_th_e.html.

  • 29-11-07: COLOQUIO Análisis Computacional de Aneurismas Cerebrales

    Publicado el noviembre 27th, 2007 Aquiles Carattino Sin comentarios aún ...

    COLOQUIOS DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE FÍSICA
    FCEyN – UBA

    Charla, café y galletitas
    En el Aula Federman, 1er piso Pabellón I.
    Ciudad Universitaria

    El próximo jueves 29 de noviembre a las 14 hs

    Análisis Computacional de Aneurismas Cerebrales

    Juan Cebral

    Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics, George Mason University;
    Institute for Research & Education, Inova Fairfax Hospital, Virginia, USA.

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  • Escuela sobre metodos computacionales en astrofísica, en Alemania

    Publicado el noviembre 8th, 2007 Aquiles Carattino Sin comentarios aún ...

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    A Two-week School for “Computational Methods in Astrophysics”
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    From: Horst Fichtner

    Postgraduate School “COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ASTROPHYSICS” within the
    European Research Training Network “Solaire” (www.solairenetwork.eu) at the
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum (www.rub.de/index_en.htm), Germany, March 3-14, 2008

    The two-week school is part of the European Research Training Network Solaire
    and will be held at the Ruhr-University Bochum, March 3-14, 2008. Modern
    computational methods, particularly the techniques of finite differences and
    volumes, particle-in-cell, multigrids and parallel computing will be
    explained in detail followed by hands-on exercises (first week) and
    applications to astrophysics, with an emphasis on solar physics (second week:
    lectures and demos). The second week concentrates on state-of-the-art
    computations in solar physics context. Its emphasis will be on recent
    applications as well as on algorithmic advances (grid adaptivity, multi-scale
    and multi-physics). This will be complemented by two plenary talks from
    world-leading experts.
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