Los Alamos Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop
The Los Alamos Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop seeks to bring a diverse group of exceptional undergraduate and graduate students for informative, enriching lectures and to work with its staff for 10 weeks on interesting, relevant projects that may culminate in articles or conference presentations. Students are organized into teams of 2 working under the guidance of one or more mentors.
THIS YEAR’S PROJECTS
- Why explosions look like earthquakes
- Numerical investigation of explosive particle jetting
- Materials phase diagrams from density functional theory
- Uncertainty quantification in high-explosive equations of state
- Photon transport in warm dense matter
- Equations of state for modeling high-explosives
- Deep neural networks for a photon and neutron transport problem
- Emulating fission observables
- Code verification for MCNP unstructured mesh geometry
- Two mesh radiation-hydrodynamics methods
- Using Richtmeyer-Meshkov instability to study the constitutive behavior of solid media subjected to shock-loading
- They dynamics of plasma jets moving in the hot medium
Applications are now open for this year’s workshop, which will run from Monday, June 8, until Friday, August 14, 2020. Applications are due by January 20, 2020.
For previous year’s research reports, information about stipends, how to sign-up for the mailing list, and complete application instructions, visit http://compphysworkshop.lanl.gov.
Applications are accepted from US citizens only.