2nd Project Access Call – Publications

Find below the publications related to projects awarded in the PRACE 2nd Call for Project Access.


Ion-switched biomolecular recognition as an assembly tool for nanotechnology

Project leader: Fabrizio Cleri, University of Lille Institute of Electronics Microelectronics and Nanotechnology, France
Research field: Chemistry and Material Sciences

Publications

  • R. ZUCCA, M. BOERO, C. MASSOBRIO, C. MOLTENI, F. CLERI, “Interacting Lewis-X Carbohydrates in Condensed Phase: A First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Study”, J. Phys. Chemistry B 115, 43, p. 12599-12606 (2011)
  • R. P. SINGH, F. CLERI, D. COLLARD, R. BLOSSEY, “Proton-Switched Cytidine Interactions and the Self-Assembly of i-motif DNA Nanowires”, Oral presentation at the 2011 Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society, Boston (USA)
  • R. P. SINGH, R. BLOSSEY, F. CLERI, “Mechanical rigidity and persistence length of DNA i-motif by molecular dynamics simulations”, Oral presentation at the 2012 Fall Meeting of the European Materials Research Society, Warsaw (Poland), Symposium I.

Theses

  • Raghvendra Pratap Singh, Modelling of the surface-peptide interaction in nano-bio-systems (currently in his 3rd year of PhD)

Talks

  • F. CLERI, “Proton-Switched Cytidine Interactions and the Self-Assembly of i-motif DNA Nanowires”, Oral presentation at the 2011 Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society, Boston (USA)
  • F. CLERI, “Mechanical rigidity and persistence length of DNA i-motif by molecular dynamics simulations”, Oral presentation at the 2012 Fall Meeting of the European Materials Research Society, Warsaw (Poland), Symposium I.

SOULAC (Simulation Of Ultra-intense Laser ACceleration of ions)

Project leader: Erik Lefebvre, CEA, DAM, DIF DPTA, France
Research field: Fundamental Physics

Publications

  • S. N. Chen, E. d’Humières, E. Lefebvre et al., “Focusing dynamics of high-energy density, laser-driven ion beams”, Physical Review Letters, volume 108, article 055001, February 2012
  • M. Veltcheva, A. Borot, C. Thaury et al., “Brunel-Dominated Proton Acceleration with a Few-Cycle Laser Pulse”, Physical Review Letters, volume 108, article 075004, February 2012
  • X. Davoine et al., X-ray beam shape evolution in betatron laser wakefield sources, in preparation
  • L. Gremillet, T. Ceccotti et al., Proton acceleration at UHI100 laser facility, in preparation

Theses

  • Mr Jérémie ROLLE (graduate student): “Numerical study of multiply-charged ion acceleration with lasers”

Accretion disk dynamics: the multifluid regime

Project leader: Turlough Downes, Dublin City University School of Mathematical Sciences, Ireland
Research field: Astrophysics

Theses

  • Mr Wayne O’Keeffe (studying for PhD): “Multifluid simulations of the magneto-rotational instability in accretion disks around young stars”

Large-Eddy Simulation of high-frequency instabilities under transcritical conditions

Project leader: Gabriel Staffelbach, CERFACS CFD, France
Research field: Engineering and Energy

Publications

  • L.Hakim, T. Schmitt, M. Boileau, S. Ducruix, S. Candel, A. Ruiz, G. Staffelbach, B. Cuenot and T. Poinsot. “Large-¬Eddy Simulation of a multiple injector combustor under transcritical conditions and high frequency modulations”.abstract submitted to Space Propulsion 2014, publication in 2014.
  • L.Hakim, T. Schmitt, M. Boileau, S. Ducruix, S. Candel, A. Ruiz, G. Staffelbach, B. Cuenot and T. Poinsot. “Numerical comparison of experimental multiple transcritical flames under acoustic modulation”. To be submitted to the 35th Symposium On Combustion, San Francisco, August 2014.
  • PRACE annual report 2012, Success stories “Optimizing the combustion dynamics of transcritical flames” 26-27

Theses

  • Layal Hakim, Modeling and simulation of high-frequency instabilities in cryogenic combustion. PhD thesis to be defended at the end of 2012.
  • Anthony Ruiz, Unsteady Numerical Simulations of Transcritical Turbulent Combustion in Liquid Rocket Engines. PhD thesis defended in February 2012.

Talks

  • “LES of five coaxial flames under high-frequency transverse acoustic modulations: a comparison to experimental data”, L. Hakim, CRCT (Centre de Recherche en Combustion Turbulente), Toulouse, March 2012
  • “LES of five coaxial flames under high-frequency transverse acoustic modulations: a comparison to experimental data”, L. Hakim, 11th REST Workshop (Rocket Engine STability), Munich, July 2012
  • “A brief overview of numerical tools for the study of thermoacoustic instabilities”, ERC advanced grant INTECOCIS. G. Staffelbach, May 2013, Toulouse
  • Dynamics of transcritical coaxial flames in high frequency transverse acoustic fields: experimental investigations and LES. L. Hakim, 12th REST Workshop (Rocket Engine STability), Paris, June 2013
  • “Large-¬Eddy Simulation of a multiple injector combustor under transcritical conditions and high frequency modulations”, T. Schmitt, Space Propulsion 2014, Cologne, Germany

Talks

  • “HPC and Combustion”, T. Poinsot. GENCI, CEA, March 2013.
  • “The HPC revolution: Innovation on the Field of Combustion Application”. G. Staffelbach,invited conference, BoF 2 Session: PRACE & the HPC Services for industry, ISC 2013
  • Combustion for aerospace propulsion: progress and challenges, S. Candel, MUSAF II (Multiphysics and Unsteady Simulations for Aeronautical Flows), September 2013

Awards

  • Prace most innovative HPC industrial application in Europe award 2013

Large Scale simulations of Ly-alpha and Ly-break galaxies in the high-z universe: Probing the epoch of reionization.

Project leader: Gustavo Yepes, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Research field: Astrophysics

Publications

  • Goerdt, T. et al, 2012, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 424, Issue 3, pp. 22
    92-2315

Talks

  • CLUES Group Meeting, Lyon, June 17th till 20th

Structural and conformational requisites in the folding process of the DNA quadruplex aptamer TBA

Project leader: Michele Parrinello, ETH Zurich Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, Switzerland
Research field: Chemistry and Material Sciences

Publications

  • V. Limongelli et al. A New DNA Structural Motif: the G-Triplex. 2012 (submitted)

Talks

  • PLUMED meeting at SISSA (Italy) 19-20 June 2012

REFIT – Rotation effects on flow instabilities and turbulence

Project leader: Arne Johansson, KTH Department of Mechanics, Sweden
Research field: Engineering and Energy

Publications

  • Brethouwer, G., Schlatter, P., Johansson, A.V. “Turbulence, instabilities and passive scalars in rotating channel flow.” J. Phys.: Conference Series 318, 032025 (2011).
  • Brethouwer, G., Schlatter, P., Johansson, A.V. “Effects of rapid spanwise rotation on turbulent channel flow with a passive scalar.” Proc. 7th Int. Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP7), (2011).
  • Brethouwer, G., Wei, L., Schlatter, P., Johansson, A.V. “Turbulence, instabilities and heat transfer in rotating channel flow simulations.” Proc. 7th Int. Symp. on Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer, submitted (2012).
  • Wei, L., Brethouwer, G., Schlatter, P., Johansson, A.V.”Cyclic bursts in rotating channel turbulence.” Poster presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics in Baltimore, USA (2011)
  • Wei, L., Elsinga, G.E., Brethouwer, G., Schlatter, P., Johansson, A.V.”Universality and scaling phenomenology of small-scale turbulence in wall-bounded flows”submitted to Phys. Fluids (2013).
  • Brethouwer, G., Schlatter, P., Duguet, Y., Henningson, D.H., Johansson. A.V.”Recurrent bursts via linear processes in turbulent environments”submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett. (2013).

Talks

  • Oral presentation at the 7th Int. Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP7), Ottawa, Canada (2011).
  • Oral presentation at the 13th European Turbulence Conference, Warsaw, Poland (2011)
  • Oral presentation at the 64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics in Baltimore, USA (2011)
  • Oral presentation at the MYPLANET workshop at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (2012)

MS-COMB: Multi-Scale Analysis and Numerical Strategies for the Simulation of Premixed Turbulent Combustion in Realistic Geometries

Project leader: Vincent Moureau, CORIA – CNRS UMR6614 Combustion, France
Research field: Engineering and Energy

Publications

  • M. Malandain, N. Maheu, V. Moureau, “Optimization of the deflated Conjugate Gradient algorithm for the solving of elliptic equations on massively parallel machines”, submitted to Journal of Computational Physics.
  • M. Malandain, N. Maheu, V. Moureau, “Optimization of the Deflated Conjugate Gradients algorithm applied to the massively parallel LES of heat transfer in gas turbines”, Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer 7 conference proceedings, Palermo, 2012.
  • N. Maheu, V. Moureau, P. Domingo, M. Malandain, G. Balarac, “Large-Eddy Simulations of flow and heat transfer around a low-Mach turbine blade”, Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer 7 conference proceedings, Palermo, 2012.

Theses

  • Malandain Mathias, defense expected late 2012
  • Maheu Nicolas, defense expected late 2013

Talks

  • M. Malandain, N. Maheu, V. Moureau, “Optimization of the Deflated Conjugate Gradients algorithm applied to the massively parallel LES of heat transfer in gas turbines”, Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer 7 conference, Palermo, 2012.

Extreme Earthquake Wave Propagation Modelling (E2WPM)

Project leader: Mike Ashworth, STFC Daresbury Laboratory Computational Science & Engineering, United Kingdom
Research field: Earth Sciences & Environment

Publications

  • M. Chavez, E. Cabrera, M. Ashworth, D. Emerson, N. Perea, A. Salazar, Ch. Moulinec, “Estimation of the Seismic Hazard and the Economical Consequences for Extreme Magnitude Earthquakes”, Proceedings of the 15th World Congress of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, accepted for publication, September 2012.

Theses

  • Narciso Perea, “Sismos escenario de subduccion extremos Mw 8.5 y su impacto en las construcciones de la Ciudad de México” (“Extreme subduction Mw 8.5 scenario earthquakes and their impacto on the construction of Mexico City”)

Talks

  • HPC modelling of the 3D wave propagation of extreme magnitude earthquakes: opportunities and challenges, M Chavez, E Cabrera, M Ashworth, R Madariaga, DR Emerson , H Chen, N Perea, A Salazar, Ch. Moulinec , X. Li, M. Wu, G. Zhao, The 10th Annual Meeting on High Performance Computing and Infrastructure in Norway, NOTUR2011, Oslo, Norway, 26th-27th May 2011
  • 3D Wave Propagation Modelling of Extreme Earthquakes: Opportunities and Challenges, M Chavez, M Ashworth, E Cabrera, DR Emerson, N Perea, A Salazar, C Moulinec, ESF Conference on Continuing Challenges in Earthquake Dynamics: New Methods for Observing and Modelling a Multi-Scale System, Obergurgl, Austria, 24th-27th October 2011 (Poster)
  • Extreme Magnitude Earthquakes and their Economical Consequences, M Chavez, E Cabrera, M Ashworth, DR Emerson, N Perea, A Salazar, Ch. Moulinec, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5th-9th December 2011
  • 3D wave propagation modelling of extreme magnitude earthquakes: opportunities and challenges, M. Chavez , M. Ashworth , E. Cabrera, D. Emerson , N. Perea,
  • A. Salazar, Ch. Moulinec European Geosciences Union, Viena, 22nd-27th April, 2012, (Poster)
  • Estimation of the Seismic Hazard and the Economical Consequences for Extreme Magnitude Earthquakes, M. Chavez, E. Cabrera, M. Ashworth, D. Emerson, N. Perea, A. Salazar, Ch. Moulinec, 15th World Congress of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, accepted for presentation, September 2012

Discrete logarithm on a 160-bit elliptic curve over F(p^6)

Project leader: Antoine Joux, University of Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines PRISM, France
Research
field:
Maths & Computer Sciences

Publications

  • Antoine Joux: A Tutorial on High Performance Computing Applied to Cryptanalysis (Invited Talk Abstract). EUROCRYPT 2012: 1-7
  • Antoine Joux, Vanessa Vitse: Cover and Decomposition Index Calculus on Elliptic Curves Made Practical – Application to a Previously Unreachable Curve over $mathbbF_p^6$. EUROCRYPT 2012: 9-26

Theses

  • Vitse Vanessa. “Algebraic Attacks on the discrete logarithm problem defined overelliptic curves” defended on Thursday, October 20th 2011 at the University ofVersailles Saint-Quentin.

Talks

  • V. Vitse “Problème du logarithme discret sur courbes elliptiques”. Groupe de Travail de l’équipe ARITH du LIRMM – Montpellier, November 2011.
  • V. Vitse “Cover and Decomposition Attack on Elliptic Curves”. Talk presented at the
  • Séminaire de Théorie des Nombres de Caen – LMNO, November 2011.
  • Seminar of the Applied Algebra Group at the University of Zürich, April 2011.
  • Séminaire LFANT – INRIA, April 2011.
  • Journées Codes et Cryptographie 2011, April 2011.
  • A. Joux. “Cover and Decomposition Attack on Elliptic Curves”. Univ Bochum. April 2011
  • «Linear algebra for index calculus based discrete logarithm computations», WMC 2012

Awards

  • The result has been published at the Eurocrypt‘2012 conference and received the best paper award, together with a sollicitation for a journal version to be included in the Journal of Cryptology.

Understanding and Predicting the Properties of Clay-Polymer Nanocomposites using Petascale Computing

Project leader: Peter Coveney, University College of London Department of Chemistry, United Kingdom
Research field: Chemistry and Material Sciences

Publications

  • J. Suter, D. Groen, L. Kabalan and P. Coveney: Distributed Multiscale Simulations of Clay-Polymer Nanocomposites, Materials Research Symposium, San Francisco, United States of America, April 2012.
  • D. Groen, J. Suter, P. Coveney: Modelling Distributed Multiscale Simulation Performance: An Application to Nanocomposites, In Proceedings of The Seventh IEEE International Conference on e-Science Workshops, Stockholm, Sweden, 5-8 December 2011. IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, USA, 105 – 111, 2011. doi:10.1109/eScienceW.2011.37
  • K. Rycerz, E. Ciepiela, G. Dyk, D. Groen, T. Gubala, D. Harezlak, M. Pawlik, J. Suter, S. Zasada, P. Coveney, M. Bubak: “Support for Multiscale Simulations with Molecular Dynamics”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science 2013, Procedia Computer Science 18, 1116—1125.
  • J. Borgdorff, D. Groen, S. Ferlin, I. Saverchenko, J. Suter, A. Hoekstra, P. Coveney: Multiscale Simulations on Distributed European e-Infrastructures, Innovatives Supercomputing in Deutschland (InSiDe), vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 72-77, 2012.

Theses

  • Jacob B. Swadling, Nucleic Acids at the Mineral Interface – An Origins of Life Study (2013)

Talks

  • P. V. Coveney, Origins of Life: Theory, Modelling and Simulation. ISMB symposium November 2011, London.
  • P. V. Coveney, J. L. Suter, D. Groen, Distributed Multiscale Simulations of Clay-Polymer Nanocomposites. NAIS: State-of-the-Art Algorithms for Molecular Dynamics, Edinburgh UK, April 30 – May 4th, 2012.
  • P. V. Coveney, Multiscale Modelling and Simulation: from Quantum to Continuum Representations of Matter. ICMS Workshop Scale Transitions in Chemistry and Biology, Edinburgh UK, June 4-8, 2012 + PCMTMP July 16-18 2012.conference, Hebron Palestine,
  • P. Coveney: Distributed Multiscale Modelling on Production e-Infrastructures, Presentation at the Von Neumann Symposium, Snowbird, Utah, United States, July 2011
  • D. Groen, Multiscale simulation: an emerging approach for solving complex scientific problems. Presented at the 25th Biennial Numerical Analysis Conference in Glasgow, United Kingdom, 25th June 2013
  • P. Coveney, The Future of Multiscale Computing, Presentation at the Lorentz Center in Leiden, NL, April 2013.
  • D. Groen, Distributed Multiscale Computing: The MAPPER Project. eChallenges 2012, Lisbon, Portugal, 18 October 2012.
  • Peter V. Coveney, Origins13: Theory, Modelling and Simulation of Origins of Life Processes. Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Pfotenhauerstr. 108, 01307 Dresden, Germany, July 9 2013.

MHD turbulence in the Interstellar Medium: Linking Star Formation and Galaxy Dynamics

Project leader: Frederic Bournaud, CEA Saclay DSM/IRFU, France
Research field: Astrophysics

Publications

  • A sub-parsec-scale modeling of the Interstellar Medium of the Entire Milky Way: molecular cloud formation and evolution. F. Renaud, F. Bournaud, E. Emsellem, R. Teyssier, B. Elmegreen, et al. (planned: fall 2012, for: Astrophysical Journal)
  • Star-forming filaments and clumps from the turbulence cascade in the selfgravitating interstellar gas F. Renaud, F. Bournaud, R. Teyssier, B. Elmegreen, et al. (planned: fall 2012, for: Nature or Astrophysical Journal)
  • Scaling laws for star formation in spiral galaxies: link with the three-dimensional structure of the insterstellar medium. K. Kraljic, F. Renaud, F. Bournaud, R. Teyssier, B. Elmegreen, E. Emsellem, et al. (planned: winter 2012-13 , for: Astrophysical Journal)
  • Nuclear fueling in barred spiral galaxies: nuclear inflows, instabilities, and delayed AGN fueling. E. Emsellem, F. Renaud, F. Bournaud, et al. (planned: spring 2013, for: Astrophysical Journal)

Theses

  • Katarina Kraljic, CEA Saclay and Paris-Sud University, France. (star formation scaling relations in spiral galaxies)
  • Andreas Bleuler, University of Zurich, Switzerland. (Open-MP+MPI versions of the RAMSES AMR code)

Talks

  • Turbulence in Cosmic Structure Formation – Phoenix, USA, April 2012 (F. Renaud).
  • Gas Flows in Galaxies – Baltimore USA, May 2012 (E. Emsellem).
  • Galactic-scale star formation – Heidelberg, Germany, July-August 2012 (F. Renaud).
  • Star formation in nearby galaxies and cosmological implications – Flagstaff, USA, June 2012 (Invited review, F. Bournaud).
  • European Week of Astrophysics and Space Science – Roma, Italy, July 2012 (Invited review, F. Bournaud).
  • Simulations of Star Formation and nuclear activity in nearby and distant galaxies – Potsdam, Germany, September 2012 (F. Bournaud).
  • Star Formation and its Role in Galaxy Evolution – Trieste, Italie, Octobre 2012 (F. Bourn
    aud).

Diversity of Type Ia supernovae from initial conditions of the exploding white dwarf star

Project leader: Ivo Seitenzahl, Max Planck Gesellschaft (MPG), Germany
Research field: Astrophysics

Publications

  • Roepke, Kromer, Seitenzahl et al. “Constraining Type Ia Supernova Models: SN 2011fe as a Test Case”. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 750, Issue 1, L19, 2012
  • Foley, Kromer et al. (including Roepke, Ciaraldi-Schoolmann, Seitenzahl) “The First Maximum-light Ultraviolet through Near-infrared Spectrum of a Type Ia Supernova. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 753, Issue 1, L5, 2012
  • Sim, Seitenzahl, Kromer et al. (including Ciaraldi-Schoolmann, Roepke) “Synthetic light curves and spectra for three-dimensional delayed-detonation models of Type Ia supernovae”. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, accepted for publication, 2013
  • Seitenzahl, Ciaraldi-Schoolmann, Roepke et al. “Three-dimensional delayed-detonation models with nucleosynthesis for Type Ia supernovae”. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 429, 1156, 2013
  • Summa et al. (including Kromer, Roepke, Seitenzahl, Ciaraldi-Schoolmann) “Gamma-ray diagnostics of Type Ia supernovae”. Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 556, 67, 2013
  • Ciaraldi-Schoolmann, Seitenzahl & Roepke “A Subgrid-scale Model for Deflagration-to-Detonation Transitions in Type Ia Supernova Explosion Simulations – Numerical Implementation”. Astronomy & Astrophysics, accepted for publication, 2013

Theses

  • Franco Ciaraldi-Schoolmann”Modeling delayed detonations of Chandrasekhar-mass white dwarfs”

Talks

  • “Modelling delayed detonations in Type Ia supernova simulations”, Franco Ciaraldi-Schoolmann, Type Ia Supernova Workshop, Würzburg, December 15/16, 2011
  • “PRACE project”, Ivo Rolf Seitenzahl, Type Ia Supernova Workshop, Würzburg, December 15/16, 2011
  • “Thermonuclear supernovae from different progenitor systems”, Friedrich Roepke, Munich Joint Astronomy Colloquium, Garching, March 1, 2012
  • “Comparing explosion models of Type Ia Supernovae”, Markus Kromer, Fireworks Meeting, April 19-21, Oxford UK

Probing the Limits of the Standard Model with Lattice Simulations

Project leader: Hartmut Wittig, University of Mainz, Germany
Research field: Fundamental Physics

Publications

  • P. Fritzsch, F. Knechtli, B. Leder, M. Marinkovic, S. Schaefer, R. Sommer, F. Virotta, “The strange quark mass and Lambda parameter of two flavor QCD”, May 2012, arXiv:1205.5380 [hep-lat], submitted to JHEP.

Theses

  • Bastian Knippschild (U. Mainz): Baryons in the Chiral Regime, October 2011
  • Francesco Virotta (HU Berlin): Critical slowing down and error analysis of lattice
  • QCD simulations (May 2012)
  • Methods for more than two flavors (expected September 2012)

Talks

  • B. Jäger: “Lattice calculations of the leading hadronic contribution to g-2”, Presentation at Lattice 2012, Cairns, Australia, June 2012
  • F. Bernardoni: “B-physics from HQET in two-flavour lattice QCD”, Presentation at Lattice 2012, Cairns, Australia, June 2012
  • J. Heitger: “B-physics from non-perturbatively renormalized HQET in two-flavour lattice QCD, Presentation at QCD 2012, Montpellier, July 2012
  • R. Sommer: “The strong coupling and the mass of the strange quark in QCD with two dynamical quarks”, Presentation to the Scientific Council of NIC, Zeuthen, April 2012
  • M. Marinkovic: “Strange quark mass and Lambda parameter by the ALPHA Collaboration”, U. Regensburg, April 2012
  • J. Heitger, “Heavy flavour physics from lattice QCD”, STRONGnet Summer School 2011, Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF) Bielefeld, June 2011

LHCb Physics and Nucleon Distribution Amplitudes

Project leader: Roger Horsley, University of Edinburgh School of Physics and Astronomy, United Kingdom
Research field: Fundamental Physics

Publications

  • R.W. Schiel, G.S. Bali, V.M. Braun, S. Collins, M. Gockeler, C. Hagen, R. Horsley, Y. Nakamura, D. Pleiter, A. Schafer, G. Schierholz, H. Stuben, P. Wein, J. Zanotti, `An update on Distribution Amplitudes of the Nucleon and its Parity Partner’, Proceedings of Science PoS(Lattice 2011) 175, arXiv:1112.0473 [heplat].

Talks

  • R. Schiel, talk at XXIX International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory Lattice 2011, July 10-16 2011, Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, California

Ab Initio Modeling of Solar Active Regions

Project leader: Aake Nordlund, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Research field: Astrophysics

Publications

  • Baumann, G., Galsgaard, K., Nordlund, Å. “3D Solar Null Point Reconnection MHD Simulations”, Solar Physics 284, pæ. 467-487 (2013), eprint arXiv:1203.1018
  • Cargill, P., Vlahos, L., Baumann, G., Drake, S., Nordlund, Å “Current Fragmentation and Particle Acceleration in Solar Flares”, Space Science Series of the International Space Science Institute, Space Science Review 173, pp. 223-245 (2012)
  • Baumann, G., Haugbølle, T., Nordlund, Å “Kinetic modeling of particle acceleration in a solar null point reconnection region”, submitted to Astrophysical Journal
  • Baumann, G., Nordlund, Å. “Particle-In-Cell Simulation of Electron Acceleration in Solar Coronal Jets”, Astrophysical Journal Letters 759, L9 (2012), eprint arXiv:1205.3486
  • Frederiksen, J. T.; Baumann, G.; Galsgaard, K.; Haugbølle, T.; Nordlund, Å. “Magnetic Reconnection at a Three-dimensional Solar Null Point”, EGU General Assembly 2012, April 22-27, 2012, Vienna, p.13937
  • Haugbølle, T., Frederiksen, J.T., Nordlund, Å, “Photon-plasma: A modern high-order particle-in-cell code”, Physics of Plasmas, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp. 062904-062904-24 (2013)

Theses

  • Gisela Baumann, thesis “Charged Particle Dynamics in Magnetic Reconnection Regions”. Joint degree awarded by the University of Copenhagen and Ruhr Universität Bochum, Oral examination held July 26, 2012.

Talks

  • “Solar Null Point Reconnection Simulation” Baumann, G., International Space Science Institute, Bern, May 2011
  • “Hierarchical Reconnection and Particle Acceleration in Solar Active Regions” Nordlund, Å, Internat
    ional Space Science Institute, Bern, May 2011
  • “3D Solar Null Point Reconnection Simulation” Baumann, G., European Solar Physics Meeting 13, Rhodos, May 2011
  • “Ab Initio Solar Active Region Simulations” Nordlund, Å., SDO/LWS Meeting, Squaw Creek, California, April 2011
  • “Plasmas in Solar Physics”, F. Moreno-Insertis, International Symposium: Plasmas and fusion energy: basic science and technology, Madrid, April 2011
  • “Magnetic Skeleton of the Jet Experiment”, Galsgaard, K., ISSI Workshop on Flux Emergence, Bern, December 2011
  • “Coupling at the Solar Surface: Photosphere, Chromosphere & Corona” Nordlund, Å., Space Weather Forecasting Framework yearly meeting, Leuven, February 2012
  • “Beyond MHD” Nordlund, Å., IRIS Workshop, Lockheed, Palo Alto, Jan 2012
  • “Magnetic Energy Transport in Solar Active Regions” Nordlund, Å., Palo Alto, January 2012
  • “Beyond MHD: Modeling Kinetic Effects in the Coupled Solar Atmosphere” Nordlund, Å., Hinode/SDO/Iris Meeting, Monterey, March 2012
  • “Access to European High Performance Computing – A PRACE User Perspective”, Nordlund, Å., European e-Infrastructure Reflection Group Meeting in Copenhagen, June 2012
  • “Magnetic Energy: Transport and Dissipation”, Nordlund, Å., EU/FP7 Collaborative Project SWIFF Summer School, Abbazzia di Spineto, Tuscany, June 2012

Public understandings

  • Fernando Moreno-Insertis: Public dissemination lecture at the Fundacion Ramon Areces, Madrid
  • Klaus Galsgaard: Interviews with the newspaper Politiken and the TV-show Good Morning Denmark in connection with recent solar storms, March 2012
  • Jacob Trier Frederiksen: Interviews for newspapers, March 2012
  • Niels Bohr Institute TV podcase, ’Science Xplorer’: “Solar Storms and Space Weather”, hosted by Jacob Trier Frederiksen. General outreach, and pre-university student alertness. www.nbi.ku.dk/english/scienc…
  • Damian Fabbian: Visit to primary school C. E. I. P. Teófilo Perez (Tegueste, Tenerife, Spain); lectures for two classes of 8 year old students + lectures for two classes of 10 year old students, March 2012