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R-CCS Cafe

R-CCS Cafe is a place where R-CCS researchers can informally discuss their research beyond the boundary of their discipline to facilitate integration of different disciplines. R-CCS Cafe is held twice a month. All who are interested are welcome to attend.

  • Purpose: To provide a forum for researchers to exchange ideas and information, with the goal to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration and develop new research fields.
  • Place: Lecture Hall (6th floor) or Seminar Room (1st floor) at R-CCS
  • Language: Presentations will be in Japanese or English. Slides will be in English.

Please make your presentation understandable to researchers in other fields. Questions and active discussion are encouraged.

The 15th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Apr. 6 2012, 14:00-15:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "An Introduction to Ab initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations"
Speaker: Yusuke Ootani (Computational Molecular Science Research Team)

The 14th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Mar. 23 2012, 14:00-16:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "Interfaces of Parallel Programming Language XcalableMP to Parallel Numerical Libraries"
Speaker: Takenori Shimosaka (Programming Environment Research Team)

Title: "Introduction to QCD on a Lattice
Speaker: Jin Xiaoyong (Field Theory Research Team)

The 13th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Feb. 24 2012, 14:00-16:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "An Introduction to Quantum Monte Carlo for Strongly Correlated Electrons"
Speaker: Yuichi Otsuka (Computational Materials Science Research Team)

Title: "Development and operation of the K computer"
Speaker: Fumiyoshi Syoji (System Development Team, Next-Generation Supercomputer R&D Center)

The 12th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Feb. 10 2012, 14:00-15:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "Research Issues of HPC System Software"
Speaker: Atsushi Hori (System Software Research Team)

The 11th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Jan. 13 2012, 14:00-16:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "An Introduction to Radiative Forcing in Climate Change"
Speaker: Tatsuya Seiki (Computational Climate Science Research Team)

Title: "Recent Developments of QM/MM"
Speaker: Jaewoon Jung (Computational Biophysics Research Team)

The 10th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Dec. 9 2011, 14:00-16:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "Exploring quantum-mechanical properties of molecules"
Speaker: Dr. Yoshinobu Akinaga (Computational Molecular Science Research Team)

Title: "Extensions of the XcalbleMP Parallel Language"
Speaker: Dr. Hitoshi Murai (Programming Environment Research Team)

The 9th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Dec. 2 2011, 14:00-16:00
Place: 1st floor at Integrated Research Center of Kobe University


Title: "Introduction for pi-CAVE"
Speaker: Dr. Nobuyuki Kaya (Graduate School of System Informatics, Kobe University)

The 8th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Nov. 25 2011, 16:00-18:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "Performance Improvement of Application on the K computer"
Speaker: Kazuo Minami (Applications Development Team, Next-Generation Supercomputer R&D Center)

Title: " The structure prediction of Amyloid precursor protein (APP) transmembrane fragment, and the mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease"
Speaker: Dr. Naoyuki Miyashiya (Computational Biophysics Research Team)

The 7th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. Nov. 11 2011, 14:00-15:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "An introduction to mechanisms on the intensification and maintenance of typhoons through the atmosphere-ocean interaction"
Speaker: Dr. Yoshiaki Miyamoto (Computational Climate Science Research Team)

The 6th AICS Cafe
Date and Time: Fri. July 29 2011, 14:00-16:00
Place: Workshop room (6th floor) at AICS


Title: "A Pedagogical Introduction to Variational Monte Carlo for Strongly Correlated Electrons"
Speaker: Dr. Seiji Yunoki (Computational Materials Science Research Team)

Title: "Relativity in Chemistry"
Speaker: Dr. Takahito Nakajima (Computational Molecular Science Research Team)