International Workshop on Massively Parallel Programming for Quantum Chemistry and Physics 2019, (Jan. 15-17)


In this workshop, we focus recent developments of massively parallel programs and algorithms in quantum chemistry, condensed matter physics, and particle/nuclear phisics. The main purpose in this workshop is to extensively learn the programming techniques and know-how via multidisciplinary discussion.


Hideo Sekino(Tokyo Institute of Technology), Kazuya Ishimura(IMS), Youhei Yamaji(Univ. of Tokyo), Robert Harrison(Stony Brook Univ.), Suguru Iwabuchi(BNL), Takahito Nakajima(R-CCS)


RIKEN Center for Computational Science (Computational Molecular Science Reseach Team)


Post-K Computer Priority Issue 5, Post-K Computer Priority Issue 7, Post-K Computer Priority Issue 9 and JICFuS


January 15 (Tue) – 17 (Thu), 2019


RIKEN Center for Computational Science :
Banquet and poster session: Portopia Hotel (

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Program for Promoting Researches on the Supercomputer Fugaku

BasicScience for Emergence and Functionality in Quantum Matter Toward a unified view of the universe: from large scale structures to planets Human-scale whole brain simulation with connectome analysis and structure-function estimation Development of nuclear fusion plasma confinement physics Large Ensemble Atmospheric and Environmental Prediction for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification Quantum-Theory-Based Multiscale Simulations toward the Development of Next-Generation Energy-Saving Semiconductor Devices Computational and Data Science Study for ET Revolution by Development of Next-Generation Battery and Fuel Cell Digital Twins of Real World's Clean Energy Systems with Integrated Utilization of Super-simulation and AI