Jan Sikorski
Relativistic hydrodynamics became a very useful tool in high-energy physics after Landau’s application of this theory for explaining data on proton-proton collisions. It’s later application to heavy ion collisions has been very successful in modeling apparent collective behaviour of hot matter produced in such collisions. This work is a part of an effort of the […]
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Axel Huebl, David Pugmire, Felix Schmitt, Richard Pausch, Michael Bussmann
Emerging new technologies in plasma simulations allow tracking billions of particles while computing their radiative spectra. We present a visualization of the relativistic Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability from a simulation performed with the fully relativistic particle-in-cell code PIConGPU powered by 18,000 GPUs on the USA’s fastest supercomputer Titan [1].
Yukihiro Komura, Yutaka Okabe
We present sample CUDA programs for the GPU computing of the Swendsen-Wang multi-cluster spin flip algorithm. We deal with the classical spin models; the Ising model, the q-state Potts model, and the classical XY model. As for the lattice, both the 2D (square) lattice and the 3D (simple cubic) lattice are treated. We already reported […]
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Miguel Ibanez Berganza, Pietro Coletti, Alberto Petri
Langer theory of metastability provides a description of the lifetime and properties of the metastable phase of the Ising model field-driven transition, describing the magnetic field-driven transition in ferromagnets and the chemical potential-driven transition of fluids. An immediate further step is to apply it to the study of a transition driven by the temperature, as […]
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M. Schmitt, I. Bethune, P. Haase, T. Pruschke
Diagrammatic Determinantal Quantum Monte Carlo (DDQMC) algorithms are used to solve quantum impurity models such as the Anderson model. The calculation of acceptance rates and observables during the Monte Carlo walk involves linear algebra operations whose computational expense increases with decreasing temperature. Thus, the lower boundary of the treatable temperature range is limited by the […]
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M. Bernaschi, M. Bisson, F. Salvadore
We present and compare the performances of two many-core architectures: the Nvidia Kepler and the Intel MIC both in a single system and in cluster configuration for the simulation of spin systems. As a benchmark we consider the time required to update a single spin of the 3D Heisenberg spin glass model by using the […]
Richard Forster, Agnes Fulop
The Yang-Mills fields have an important role in the non-Abelian gauge field theory which describes the properties of the quark-gluon plasma. The real time evolution of the classical fields is given by the equations of motion which are derived from the Hamiltonians to contain the term of the SU(2) gauge field tensor. The dynamics of […]
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Xun Jia, Peter Ziegenhein, Steve B Jiang
Recent developments in radiotherapy therapy demand high computation powers to solve challenging problems in a timely fashion in a clinical environment. The graphics processing unit (GPU), as an emerging high-performance computing platform, has been introduced to radiotherapy. It is particularly attractive due to its high computational power, small size, and low cost for facility deployment […]
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Nicolo' Savioli
The aim of my thesis is to parallelize the Weighting Histogram Analysis Method (WHAM), which is a popular algorithm used to calculate the Free Energy of a molecular system in Molecular Dynamics simulations. WHAM works in post processing in cooperation with another algorithm called Umbrella Sampling. Umbrella Sampling has the purpose to add a biasing […]
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P. Canal, D. Elvira, S. Y. Jun, J. Kowalkowski, M. Paterno, J. Apostolakis
We present massively parallel high energy electromagnetic particle transportation through a finely segmented detector on a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). Simulating events of energetic particle decay in a general-purpose high energy physics (HEP) detector requires intensive computing resources, due to the complexity of the geometry as well as physics processes applied to particles copiously produced […]
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N. Henderson, K. Murakami, K. Amako, M. Asai, T. Aso, A. Dotti, A. Kimura, M. Gerritsen, H. Kurashige, J. Perl, T. Sasaki
Geant4 is a large-scale particle physics package that facilitates every aspect of particle transport simulation. This includes, but is not limited to, geometry description, material definition, tracking of particles passing through and interacting with matter, storage of event data, and visualization. As more detailed and complex simulations are required in different application domains, there is […]
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Constantia Alexandrou, Kyriacos Hadjiyiannakou, Giannis Koutsou, Alexei Strelchenko, Alejandro Vaquero
Although QUDA allows for an efficient computation of many QCD quantities, it is surprinsingly lacking tools to evaluate disconnected diagrams, for which GPUs are specially well suited. We aim to fill this gap by creating our own branch of QUDA, which includes new kernels and functions required to calculate fermion loops using several methods and […]
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