Online: 7. Annual MT Meeting (part 2)

Europe/Berlin
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<a href="https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554">https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554</a>
Description

This meeting is the second meeting of the MT program in 2021 - organised again as fully virtual meeting. This meeting focusses on getting a broader picture on recent development and up-to-date topics in our field, and on getting input from people external to the program. 

There will be no traditional parallel sessions within the program topics, but rather shorter strategy discussions for each of the topics. To enable cross-topic participation, these sessions are serial. 

As a new element we invite members of the program, and in particular people at early stages of their career, to submit abstracts for short presentations on their own research. These talks should be highly personal, and concentrate on scientific questions and results.

From all submissions for this session we will select randomly 6 finalists, who will be invited to present their results talks on Thursday afternoon in the form of a little competition. The audience will then be invited to vote on the talks, and select the best one. The winner will receive a small price. 

People who have submitted but are not selected for one of  these talks are invited to present their results in a virtual poster session after the competition. 

Even though attendance to the meeting is of course free, we ask you to register using the normal registration system.

 

Registration
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Participants
  • Adriana Simancas
  • Akira Mochihashi
  • Alessandro Marras
  • Alexander Debus
  • Alexander Dierlamm
  • Alexander Elsenhans
  • Alexander Kessler
  • Alexander Klujev
  • Alexander Köhler
  • Alexander Sävert
  • Alexey Rybalchenko
  • Andranik Tsakanian
  • Andrea Denker
  • Andrea Santamaria Garcia
  • Andreas Ebersoldt
  • Andreas Grau
  • Andreas Jankowiak
  • Andreas Kopmann
  • Andreas Lehrach
  • Andreas Mussgiller
  • Andreas Schälicke
  • Andreas Will
  • Andrei Maalberg
  • André Arnold
  • André Hilger
  • Angela Corvino
  • Anke-Susanne Müller
  • Ankur Chauhan
  • Anne-Laure Calendron
  • Annika Eichler
  • Anton Lebedev
  • Anton Malygin
  • Anton Ryzhov
  • Antonin Sulc
  • Arie Irman
  • Arno Klenke
  • Attila Cangi
  • Axel Bernhard
  • Bastian Haerer
  • Bernd Steffen
  • Bettina Kuske
  • Beñat Alberdi Esuain
  • Bin Liu
  • Binghui Zhu
  • Birgit Burger
  • Bogdan Blidaru
  • Britta Höpfner
  • Carl Sax
  • Carola Zepter
  • Carsten Niebuhr
  • Chen Li
  • Chenran Xu
  • Choongseok "CS" Chang
  • Christian Enss
  • Christian Reckleben
  • Christian Schmidt
  • Christian Tacke
  • Christian Voss
  • Christiane Buchwald-Kayser
  • Christina Widmann
  • Christof Schneider
  • Christoph Caesar
  • Christoph Hahn
  • Christoph Quitmann
  • Christoph Steier
  • Christoph Wissing
  • Christopher Bate
  • Claus Kleinwort
  • Constantin Bernert
  • Cornelia Wunderer
  • Daiki Hayakawa
  • Daniel Albach
  • Danyal Winters
  • David Meier
  • David Pennicard
  • David Saez de Jauregui
  • Denis Kostin
  • Dennis Klein
  • Dennis Schumacher
  • Detlef Reschke
  • Dirk Kruecker
  • Djamschid Safi
  • Dmytro Kresan
  • Doris Eckstein
  • Elmar Vogel
  • Engin Eren
  • Erik Bruendermann
  • Felice Pantaleo
  • Felipe Peña
  • Felix Beckmann
  • Felix Kramer
  • Felix Stehr
  • Finn-Ole Carstens
  • Florian Burkart
  • Florian-Emanuel Brack
  • Francesco Valenti
  • Frank Gaede
  • Frank Stephan
  • Funkner Stefan
  • Gabriela Pérez Andrade
  • Georg Becker
  • Gerald Wedel
  • Gerhard G. Paulus
  • Gernot Maier
  • Gerrit Guenther
  • Giuliano Franchetti
  • Gowrishankar Hallilingaiah
  • Gregor Hartmann
  • Gregor Loisch
  • Gregor Schiwietz
  • Gregory Boyle
  • Gudrun Niehues
  • Guido Juckeland
  • Guido Klemz
  • Hans-Peter Schlenvoigt
  • Haress Nazary
  • Heinz Graafsma
  • Hendrik Jansen
  • Hendrik Smitmanns
  • Holger Schlarb
  • Houjun Qian
  • Hyuk Jin CHA
  • Ilja Bohnet
  • Ilka Mahns
  • Inga Pfeffer
  • Inge Diehl
  • Ingmar Hartl
  • Ingrid-Maria Gregor
  • Ivan Peric
  • J. Michael Klopf
  • Jalal Mostafa
  • James Ritman
  • Jan Vorberger
  • Jan-Christoph Deinert
  • Jan-Hendrik Arling
  • Jana Schaber
  • Jennifer Popp
  • Jens Knobloch
  • Jens Osterhoff
  • jens Schäfer
  • Jens Viefhaus
  • Jens Völker
  • Jens-Uwe Hoffmann
  • Ji-Gwang Hwang
  • Joachim Stroth
  • Johann M. Heuser
  • Johannes Steinmann
  • Jonas Christian Wolff
  • Jonathan Correa
  • Josefine Metzkes-Ng
  • Jost Müller
  • Juan Manuel Geria
  • Juan Manuel Salum
  • Judita Beinortaite
  • Julien Branlard
  • Julius Kuehn
  • Jurjen Couperus Cabadag
  • Jürgen Becker
  • Kai Lukas Unger
  • Karl Zeil
  • Katja Honkavaara
  • Katja Krueger
  • Keerthi Nakkalil
  • Kei Sugita
  • Kerstin Borras
  • Kilian Schwarz
  • Klaus Pranzas
  • Klaus Steiniger
  • Klaus Zenker
  • Lea Morschel
  • Lea Steder
  • Lehnert Ulf
  • Lewis Boulton
  • liangliang shi
  • Lucas Schaper
  • Malte Kaluza
  • Manuel Garcia
  • Marc Schneider
  • Marc Weber
  • Marc Wenskat
  • Marcel Bajdel
  • Marcel Schuh
  • Marco Garten
  • Marco Hornung
  • Mareike Meyer
  • Markus Büscher
  • Markus Loeser
  • Markus Schwarz
  • Marta Baselga Bacardit
  • Martin Börner
  • Martin Gasthuber
  • Martin Meisel
  • Martin Metternich
  • Martin Rehwald
  • Marvin Reimold
  • Mathis Mewes
  • Matias Hampel
  • Matthew Schwab
  • Matthias Balzer
  • Matthias Kleifges
  • Matthias Kretz
  • Matthias Nabinger
  • Maxence Thevenet
  • Meghan McAteer
  • Meghana M Patil
  • Mei Bai
  • Mei Bai
  • Micha Reißig
  • Michael Abo-Bakr
  • Michael Deveaux
  • Michael Fiederle
  • Michael Hagelstein
  • Michael Kuntzsch
  • Michael Nasse
  • Michele Caselle
  • Mikhail Krasilnikov
  • Miriam Brosi
  • Mladen Kis
  • Mohammad Al-Turany
  • Moritz Guthoff
  • Najmeh Mirian
  • Namra Aftab
  • Nataliya Klimova
  • Nicholas Matlis
  • Nico Hoffmann
  • Niky Bruchon
  • Nora Schirmel
  • Olaf Baake
  • Oleksandr Borysov
  • Oleksandr Yefanov
  • Oliver Knodel
  • Oliver Krömer
  • Oonagh Mannix
  • Paras Koundal
  • Patrick Schreiber
  • Patrick Stiller
  • Paul Goslawski
  • Pausch Richard
  • Pavel Evtushenko
  • Paweł Ordyna
  • Peter Kuske
  • Peter McKeown
  • Peter Michel
  • Peter Spiller
  • Philipp Niedermayer
  • Pierre Schnizer
  • Piotr Kowina
  • Pradeep Kalavakuru
  • Raimund Kammering
  • Ralf Diener
  • Ralf Gebel
  • Ralph Assmann
  • Ralph Steinhagen
  • Reinder Plug
  • Ricardo Monroy-Villa
  • Richard D'Arcy
  • Robert Ruprecht
  • Roland Müller
  • Rong Xiang
  • Ryan Coffee
  • Sabine Brock
  • Samira Fatehi
  • Sebastian Hell
  • Sebastian Kempf
  • Sebastian Klammes
  • Sebastian Maier
  • Sebastian Schulz
  • Sebastian Skambraks
  • shah nawaz
  • Shaifali Mehta
  • Shuai Ma
  • Silvia Dalla Torre
  • Silvia Masciocchi
  • Simon Bohlen
  • Simon Spannagel
  • Sonja Jaster-Merz
  • Stefan Bock
  • Stefan Mueller
  • Stefano Maffessanti
  • Steffen Baehr
  • Steffen Grohmann
  • Stephan Wesch
  • Steven Worm
  • Sumera Kousar
  • Surabhi Sharma
  • Sven Sievers
  • Tetyana Galatyuk
  • Thomas Blank
  • Thomas Gruber
  • Thomas Gutberlet
  • Thomas Kühner
  • Thomas Schoerner-Sadenius
  • Thomas White
  • Thorsten Kamps
  • Thorsten Kollegger
  • Ties Behnke
  • Till Weickhardt
  • Tim Wetzel
  • Tim Wilksen
  • Tim Ziegler
  • Timo Dritschler
  • Tobias Weilbach
  • Toko Hirono
  • Torben Mehner
  • Torsten Laurus
  • Ulrich Einhaus
  • Ulrich Schramm
  • Ulrich Trunk
  • Uwe Kraemer
  • Uwe Schneekloth
  • Uwe Spillmann
  • Vadym Kedych
  • Vlad Berlea
  • Vladimir Sidorenko
  • Wilhelm Krüger
  • Wim Leemans
  • Winfried Barth
  • Yegor Tamashevich
  • Yi Hua
  • Yu Zhao
  • Yves Kemp
  • Zhe Sun
    • 13:00 14:20
      Plenary Session 1: Part 1

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554
      Meeting-ID: 912 0900 1554

      Convener: Ties Behnke (FH)
    • 14:20 14:25
      Break 5m
    • 14:25 15:25
      Plenary Session 1: Part 2

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554
      Meeting-ID: 912 0900 1554

      Convener: Anke-Susanne Mueller (KIT)
    • 15:25 15:35
      Break 10m
    • 15:35 16:35
      Innovation

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554
      Meeting-ID: 912 0900 1554

      Convener: Michael Bussmann (CASUS / Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf)
    • 16:35 16:40
      Break 5m
    • 16:40 18:10
      Plenary Session 2

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554
      Meeting-ID: 912 0900 1554

      Convener: Mareike Meyer (DESY)
      • 16:40
        Digital Twins and Surrogate Models for Efficient Interplay Between Fusion Experiment and Simulation 30m

        https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554

        Magnetic fusion physics is dominated by nonlinear, nonlocal, multiscale phenomena that are difficult to be understood from analytic theories or simple numerical simulations. Experiments have long been in need of first-principles-based information from large scale simulations prior to a new experiment and after new experimental observations. Inverse is also true: a new scientific discovery from first-principles simulations needs to be validated in experiments and used in the optimization of the experimental plasma. But, due to the human-in-the-loop workflow, these interplay processes have been extremely slow; taking weeks, months or even years. If we can minimize the human-in-the-loop interplay processes by using modern data-science technologies, we may be able to help ITER to achieve the 10-fold energy production goal much faster, hence, the realization of virtually limitless energy production with little environmental problem.

        Speaker: Choong-Seock Chang
      • 17:10
        Advanced lattice designs for ultra low emittance storage rings and tools for lattice optimization 30m
        Speaker: Christoph Steier
      • 17:40
        Edge computing for science: considerations for a heterogeneous world 30m

        https://desy.zoom.us/j/91209001554

        We will discuss the role of heterogeneous hardware from the sensor to the data center as it can be used for physics informed data compression. To uncover shared needs across scientific domains we will use two concrete examples, one from attoclock molecular spectroscopy and the other from magnetic confinement plasma fusion. These domain specific algorithms a) are more easily optimized when composed of patterns of hardware targeted operators, b) likely have many routes that optimize differently for different palettes of acceleration hardware, and c) require parallel and dynamic provenance records that not only ensure scientific integrity but also lay the foundation for a data and algorithm marketplace wherein value is earned by use and influence rather than an ephemeral impact factor.

        Speaker: Ryan Coffee
    • 09:00 11:00
      Plenary Session 3

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/95942295747
      Meeting-ID: 959 4229 5747

      Convener: Marc Weber (KIT)
      • 09:00
        Accelerating Track Finding with GPUs at CMS 30m
        Speaker: Felice Pantaleo (CERN)
      • 09:30
        Superconducting Integrated Circuits for THz spectrometers 30m
        Speaker: Jochem Baselmans
      • 10:00
        The quest for nano-beam sizes 30m

        https://desy.zoom.us/j/95942295747

        In the last years different technologies have been developed for creating, handling, and preserving nanobeams size beams. In the talk I will review the different designs, experimental results, hardware and technologies, current limitations and new applications of the technology that will enable smaller and smaller beams.

        Speaker: Angeles Faus-Golfe
      • 10:30
        Innovative silicon detectors for HL-LHC 30m
        Speaker: Daniela Bortoletto
    • 11:00 11:15
      Break 15m
    • 11:15 13:00
      Plenary Session 4

      https://desy.zoom.us/j/95942295747
      Meeting-ID: 959 4229 5747

      Convener: Jens Osterhoff (DESY)
      • 11:15
        SU(2) hadrons on a quantum computer 30m

        https://desy.zoom.us/j/95942295747

        We realize, for the first time, a non-Abelian gauge theory with both gauge and matter fields on a quantum computer. This enables the observation of hadrons and the calculation of their associated masses. The SU(2) gauge group considered here represents an important first step towards ultimately studying quantum chromodynamics, the theory that describes the properties of protons, neutrons and other hadrons. Quantum computers are able to create important new opportunities for ongoing essential research on gauge theories by providing simulations that are unattainable on classical computers. Our calculations on an IBM superconducting platform utilize a variational quantum eigensolver to study both meson and baryon states, hadrons which have never been seen in a non-Abelian simulation on a quantum computer. We develop a resource-efficient approach that not only allows the implementation of a full SU(2) gauge theory on present-day quantum hardware, but further lays out the premises for future quantum simulations that will address currently unanswered questions in particle and nuclear physics.

        Speaker: Christine Muschik
      • 11:45
        Particle identification at colliders 30m
        Speaker: Silvia dalla Torre
      • 12:15
        FLASH Therapy 30m
        Speaker: Manjit Dosanjh
      • 12:45
        Closeout 15m
        Speaker: Ties Behnke (FH)