Date: 19th-21st September 2016
Location: York Plasma Institute, University of York, UK YO10 5DQ
The BOUT++ code is a flexible tool for the simulation of plasma fluid equations, primarily focussed on tokamak edge simulations. This workshop will combine hands-on training in using BOUT++ with lectures on tokamak edge physics, numerical simulation techniques, and related topics. All those with an interest in using BOUT++ or in tokamak edge simulation, are invited to attend. There is no fee.
The aim of this workshop is (1) to prepare researchers to use and further develop the BOUT++ code for edge turbulence, transport, and ELM simulations of magnetic fusion devices; and (2) to promote effective collaboration within the BOUT++ community and beyond.
Registration: Anyone interested in attending should contact Ben Dudson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 31st.
Slides will, when possible, be shared on EUROfusion TV channel 5. Note that many demonstrations may need to use local computers and so may not be shared. There is a password, please ask one of the organisers.
If using a H.323 video-conference device, registered to an E.164 compliant gatekeeper, call the E.164 number:
If using a H.323 video-conference device NOT registered to an E.164 compliant gatekeeper (called URI dial), the syntax depends on your vendor as shown below:
ConferenceID = 97920065
LifeSize: 18.104.22.168##ConferenceID Mirial: ConferenceID@mcu.vc.dfn.de Polycom: mcu.vc.dfn.de##ConferenceID Sony: 22.214.171.124#ConferenceID Tandberg: ConferenceID@mcu.vc.dfn.de Cisco: ConferenceID@vc.dfn.de VCON: n.a.
Further technical details and help can be found here http://vcc.zih.tu-dresden.de/index.php?linkid=11100 and here https://www.vc.dfn.de/en/video-conferencing/ways-of-access/h323.html
For ISDN VC systems and phones please use the DFNVC - ISDN/IP gateway as follows: Dial with any phone one of the two German telephone numbers:
+49-30-2541080 or +49-711-6330190
wait a second until you are asked to enter the conference ID
97920065 followed by an # (hash symbol).
The workshop dinner will be on Monday 19th September at 7:30 at the Walmgate Ale house. Please note that participants will have to pay for their own dinners.
The menu is their usual set menu:
All participants funded by the MST1 work package can get support to pay local costs e.g., accommodation. Please send an email to Jens Madsen (email@example.com) if you would like to apply for support.
The University of York has accommodation available, which can be booked through University Rooms. Franklin House is close to the workshop venue (B&B single room £52.80, double £90 per night), whilst James College is a short walk away (single ensuite £34.50). In addition there are many excellent hotels and B&Bs in York, including:
More information about hotels in the area can be found on York’s tourist information website.