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First All-Hands Meeting

The LONI Institute (LI) held its first All-Hands Meeting on Friday October 31st, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, at the Atchafalaya room at the LSU Union.


The meeting featured the ongoing research at the LI. The talks were given by the LI Faculty and by a researcher representing their university. Over thirty participants from the six LI sites attended this event, including LI graduate students, LI computational scientists, LI Faculty, and researchers. Here is the agenda of the meeting.

The following talks were given. If you would like to download a specific presentation, please click on the title of it (coming soon). You may also download all as a single file here (coming soon).

Ed Seidel, "LONI Institute All-Hands Meeting"
Abdelkader Baggag, "A Scalable Nested Iterative Scheme for Indefinite Linear Systems in Particulate Flows"
Dentcho Genov, "Electromagnetic metamaterials: from imaging with super resolution to mimicking celestial phenomenon in the lab"
Mark Jarrell, "Massively parallel and multi-scale simulations of strongly correlated systems"
Damir Khismatullin, "Modeling of cell adhesion using a multiphase flow approach"
David Mobley, "Using molecular simulations to predict protein-ligand binding and solvation"
Christopher Taylor, "Extraction of Human DNA Replication Timing Patterns from Discrete Microarray Data"
Tevfik Kosar, "LI Cyberinfrastructure Development Efforts"
Ramu Ramachandran, "Highlights of research projects being conducted by LI scientists at LA Tech"
Shizhong Yang, "Computational material research and bioinformatics study at Southern University"
Hideki Fujioka, "Computational Biofluid Research Projects at Tulane University"
Ramesh Kolluru (left), and Raju Gottumukkala (right), "Cyberinfrastructure-enabled applications of LONI for Homeland Security and Disaster Management"
Zhiyu Zhao, "Computational Research at UNO and on Protein 3-D Structure and Genome Sequence Related Problems"
Jarek Nabrzyski, "Brainstorming session"