Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software Research and Development

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
the "Advanced, High-performance General-purpose Supercomputer Development" Project(*1)
Next-generation Integrated Nanocience Simulation Software Research and Development(*2)

Next-generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software Briefing

*1 Referred to below as the Next-generation Supercomputer Project
*2 Referred to below as Grand Challenges in Nanoscience Research and Development

Date:    March 11, 2009 (Wed)  10:00 am - 6:20 pm
Place:   Gakushikaikan room 210 (Tokyo)
   map (in Japanese)
Fee:     No charge
Sponsor:  Next-generation Supercomputer Project, Main Office
Co-Host:  Industrial Committee for Super Computing Promotion (ICSCP)
Purpose:  An exchange among researchers, including those in the private sector

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Poster Presentation Registration Deadline: February 10, 2009 (Tue)
Participation Registration Deadline:   February 27, 2009 (Fri)
*Poster Presentation: The poster panel size for the exhibition is 210 cm (height) x 90 cm (width).

Date:  March 11, 2009 (Wed) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Place:  Gakushikaikan room 320 (Tokyo)
Fee:   3,500 yen (collected the same day, during registration)

Integrated Nanoscience Software Briefing Program
10:00 - 12:10 Morning Session
■ Summary - IMS: Institute for Molecular Science
Fumio HIRATA (IMS)(20 min)Outline of Grand Challenges in Nanoscience Research and Development
Masahiro EHARA (IMS)(20 min)Outline of Integrated Nanoscience Software
Atsushi YAMADA
(Nagoya University Faculty of Engineering)
(10 min)Outline of the IGNITION interface technology
Fumiyasu MIZUTANI (IMS)(10 min)Outline of the GIANT interface technology
BREAK (10 min)
■ Core Applications Introduction (Outline of core applications and major research examples)
Jun-ichi IWATA
(University of Tsukuba)
(20 min)Real-space, First-principles, Nanomaterials Simulator
(Kyoto University Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, YITP)
(20 min)Dynamic Density Matrix Renormalization Group Methods
Synge TODO
(University of Tokyo Faculty of Engineering)
(20 min)Massively Parallel Quantum Monte Carlo Methods
12:10 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch

1:30 pm - 6:20 pm Afternoon Session
(Nagoya University Faculty of Engineering / IMS)
(20 min)Massively Parallel General-Purpose Molecular Simulation Software
Tatsuhiko MIYATA (IMS)(20 min)RISM/3D-RISM
(IMS/National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, AIST)
(20 min)High-speed Quantum Chemistry Computation Software
BREAK (10 min)
■ Introduction of Additional Software Functionality
(Outline of additional software functionality and major research examples)
Shoji ISHIBASHI (AIST)(20 min)"First-principles Materials Simulator QMAS" (Quantum Materials Simulator)
(Hitachi Advanced Research Laboratory)
(20 min)"Finite Element Method Analysis of Three-dimensional Spin Currents"
(The Institute for Solid State Physics, ISSP)
(20 min)"A Multi-bodied Quantum Lattice Simulator"
BREAK (10 min)
(Nagoya University School of Science)
(20 min)"Protein Membrane Structure Predictions using Replica Exchange Monte Carlo Methods"
Noriwo YOSHIDA (IMS)(20 min)"3D-RISM/FMO"
(Waseda University)
(20 min)"Divide-and-Conquer - A Quantum Chemical Computational Program"

4:50 pm - 6:20 pm
■ Poster Session
(A joint research meeting place for introducing software and research examples)
○ Everybody involved in core applications
○ Everybody involved in additional software functionality
○ Everybody involved in software integration tools

6:20 pm - 8:00 pm Banquet


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