TAM agenda







Volker Deringer, University of Cambridge

Atomistic insights into amorphous carbon materials using machine learning

Lukasz Górski, University of Warsaw

HPC Java programming in PGAS paradigm with the PCJ library


Fabrizio Silveri, Cardiff University

Carbon Dioxide reduction on transition metal carbides: studying catalysis through High Performance Computing

Jose Carlos Romero Moreno, University of Málaga

Time series collaborative execution on CPU+GPU chips


John Hey, University of Birmingham

Development and implementation of Energy Thresholding within a pool GA framework for chemical systems

Magne Haveraaen, University of Bergen

Implementing an array API with OmpSs


Coffee and posters


Benjamin Csippa, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Simulation of contrast agent propagation in brain aneuryms

Filipe Magalhães, Instituto Superior Técnico

Distributed algorithm for the analysis of properties of complex networks


Antonio Federico, Institute of Genetics and Biophysics, CNR

The integration of molecular networks uncovers mechanisms of drug sensitivity in cancer therapy

Bastian Hagedorn, University of Münster

High Performance Implementation and Optimization of Geometric Multigrid Operations in Lift


Maria Celeste Maschio, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Investigating the effect of hydrophobic surfaces in the amyloidogenical process of Beta2-microglobulin

Rastko Jovanovic, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences

Numerical Investigation of Influence of Acoustic Oscillations on Turbulent Axisymmetric Impinging Jet Heat Transfer Using Open Source CFD code OpenFOAM


Mariana Kozlowska, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Modeling of chitosan based biopolymers for NSAID drug adsorption

Juris Vencels, University of Latvia

EOF-Library: Open-source Elmer FEM and OpenFOAM coupler for electromagnetics and fluid dynamics




Laura Katharina Scarbath-Evers, Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Oligothiophenes on reconstructed surfaces: From structure to electronic properties


Parallelisation schemes for marine transport simulations


Mojgan Heshmat, University of Amsterdam

Frustrated Lewis Pairs for sustainable future: surface activation of molecules and energy conversion utilizing non-covalent interactions

Laura Bellentani, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Quantum interference and entanglement in two-particle interferometers


Matko Mužević, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek

Optical properties of ultra-thin monoelemental semiconductors 

Dovilė Lengvinaitė, Vilnius University

NMR spectra of water-ionic liquid mixtures: large-scale molecular dynamics and quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics modeling


Coffee and posters 


Jorge Echeverria, University of Barcelona

Noncovalent interactions in metal complexes involving carbonyl and nitrosyl groups

Simon Candelaresi, University of Dundee

Stabilizing effect of magnetic helicity on magnetic cavities in the intergalactic medium


Nicolas Sieffert, Université Grenoble Alpes

Modelling Uranyl Chemistry in Liquid Ammonia

Michele Amato, Université Paris Sud

Crystal Phase Effects in Si Nanowire Polytypes and Their Homojunctions


Isa Lough, University College London

Structural Diversity of Quasi-1D Zinc Oxide: A Global Optimisation Approach



Prizes; closing words



Poster presentations

  • Alberto Redondo Hernández, ICMAT-CSIC - Obfuscated Malware Detection Using Hybrid Approach
  • Alvaro Fernández Millara, University of Oviedo – Measuring the health of a laser triangulation system
  • Arnau Miró Jané, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Using mesh multiplication techniques with Code_Saturne
  • Daniele Dragoni, University of Milano-Bicocca – A Neural Network potential for elemental Antimony
  • Domenica Capasso, University of Naples Federico II – Investigation of glycoside derivatives as ligands for biomedically relevant lectins: molecular modeling of galectin binding compounds
  • Eligiusz Postek, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences – Impact of WC/Co sample with peridynamics
  • Pablo Cerro Cañizares, Universidad Complutense de Madrid – Improving the performance of the mutation testing process executed over large HPC systems
  • Panagiotis Nikolaos Tzounis, National Technical University of Athens – Molecular Simulations of Advanced Polymer Materials used in Directed Self Assembly Lithography
  • Samantha Francis, Cardiff University – Computational modelling of the stability and growth of supported gold nanoparticles on magnesia
  • Thomas Sayer, University of Cambridge – Simulation of charged and polar insulators in contact with aqueous solution
  • Vesna Ribic, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade – DFT screening of Gd as a dopant in the BiFeO3 superlattice
  • Yuri Torres de la Sierra, University of Valladolid – MultiController model for transparent management of heterogeneous devices