Test Problems: Simulator’s Workshop, Nov. 26-28

Pages: Workshop, Overview, CADAC, Data Access, Work Area Setup, Path Setup, Utilities, Grid Data, SPH Data, Running, Reporting, LOG

Themes:
Monday: Intro + Let’s agree on structure functions and power spectra (moderators Padoan & Kritsuk)
Tuesday: Self-gravity and sink particles, what to do, and how (moderators Krumholz & Nordlund)
Wednesday: MHD effects, especially dynamo action (moderators Brandburg & Price)

Mornings: We meet at 10 each morning for a brief introduction to the topics of the day. This may involve asking people (including remote people) to produce, during the day, figures for comparisons in the afternoon.

Lunch time: We meet at 12 in the Small Seminar Room (TBC) for discussions and brief talks. If you have material to contribute (e.g. a few slides or figures that you would like to show), please contact the moderators.

Afternoon coffee and status: We meet in the Founders Room at afternoon coffee time to compare results (bring hard copy or put links to figures on a wiki page -- see below!).

Schedule:
Time
Room
What
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday






10:00-10:20
SA/SSR
intro & agenda
Power spectra & structure functions
Selfgravity & sink particles
Radiative Transfer
MHD & dynamos
Visualization






12:00-1:00
SA/SSR
talks & discussions
Padoan & Kritsuk
Krumholz & Nordlund
Brandenburg & Price






3:30-4:30
FR
coffee & result comparisons
all
all
all

Local people: Tom Abel, Robi Banerjee, Matthew Bate, Axel Brandenburg, Paul Clark, David Collins, Robert Fisher, Hubert Klahr, Alexei Kritsuk, Mark Krumholz, Rolf Kuiper, Pak Shing Li, Åke Nordlund, Stella Offner, Paolo Padoan, Daniel Price,Sami Dib

Remote people: Jonathan Carrol, Christoph Federrath, Mario Flock, Charles Hansen, Anne-Katharina Jappsen, Jongsoo Kim, Romain Teyssier

Results to be shared and compared should be put on separate wiki pages (one or more per person); the names above are links to initially empty pages (please add your name above if it is not there). The contents and format of the page is up to you, but in general it is recommended to use links to figures suitable for printing.

For those that are signed up for running tests here are links to these pages also from the table on the overview page!