International Conference on Computer Simulation in Physics and beyond

September 6-10, 2015, Moscow, Russia



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Norbert Attig, Forshungzentrum Juelich, Germany - "Impacts of Current Hardware and Software Developments on Simulation Sciences"

Bertrand Berche, Universite de Lorraine, Nancy, France - "Academic research groups: evaluation of their quality, quality of their evaluation"

Alexander Bogdanov, Sankt Petersburg University, Russia - "Solution of Financial Mathematics Real-Time Problems by Virtual Supercomputer"

Boris Chetverushkin, Keldysh Institute, Russia - "Logicaly simple algorithms - the way to success of exaflops calculation"

Oleg Druzhinin, Institute of Applied Physics, Russia - "Numerical simulation of small-scale mixing processes in the upper ocean and atmospheric boundary layer"

Hans Herrmann, Technical University of Zurich, Switzerland - "Discontinuous Percolation"

Chin-Kun Hu, Institute of Physics, Taiwan - "Protein aggregation might not be related to protein misfolding"

Nail Inogamov, Landau Institute, Russia - "Surface 3D nanostructuring by tightly focused laser pulse: lagrangian codes and molecular dynamics"

Nobuyasu Ito, University of Tokyo, Japan - "Social sciences with supercomputer"

Wolfhard Janke, Universitat Leipzig, Germany - "Computer Simulation Studies of Polymer Adsorption and Aggregation"

Helmut Katzgraber, Texas A&M University, USA - "Beyond Moore's Law? Seeking Quantum Speedup Through Spin Glasses"

Ralph Kenna, Coventry University, United Kingdom - "Maths Meets Myths - Quantitative Investigations of Ancient Narratives"

Lin Hai-Qing, Beijing, Computational Science Research Center, China - "Study of Superconductivity in Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon"

Yuri Lozovik, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia - "Puzzle of supersolid: history and current state"

Mark Novotny, Mississippi State University, USA - "Spanning Trees, Continents, and the Quantum/Classical Divide on D-Wave 2 machines"

Igor Petrov, Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, Russia - "Computational problems in Arctic Research"

Arkady Satanin, Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia - "Generation of entangled microwave photons in superconducting circuits"

Walter Selke, Aachen Technische Hochschule, Germany - "Classical and quantum anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnets"

Vladimir Shchur, Sanger Institute, United Kingdom - "On modern problems and methods for data analysis in human genomics"

Sauro Succi, Istituto Applicazioni Calcolo "Mauro Picone", C.N.R., Italy and Harvard University, USA - " Lattice Boltzmann simulations of flowing matter across scales: classical, quantum and relativistic"

Martin Weigel, Coventry University, United Kingdom - "Fragmentation of fractal random structures"

Alexandre Zagoskin, Loughborough University, United Kingdom - "The grand challenge of quantum computing: bridging the capacity gap"