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Posters 2017

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Below is a list of posters created in 2017 by IACS faculty and students who have used our computer clusters for their research. For anyone using the clusters for their research, we ask that you include the following sentence. You are also free to use the above logo.

Results displayed on this poster were obtained using the high-performance computing system at the Institute for Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook University. 

Aditi Ghai, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Towards More Efficient Krylov and Multigrid Methods For PDE Based Systems

Prachi Gupta, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
A Parallel Computing Platform for Simulating Platelet Aggregation on Multiple Scales

Panu Sam-ang, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Characterizing Destructive Quantum Interference in Molecular Transport Junctions

Rathish Das, Computer Science
A Framework for Designing External-Memory RAM-Oblivious GPU Algorithms for Dynamic Programs

F. Javier Dominguez, M. Novotny, P. Krstic
Hydrogen Detection by Borophene: A Theoretical Study 

Aimilios Sofianopoluos, Yungcong Zhou, Benjamin Lawler, Sotirios Mamalis, Mechanical Engineering
Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation of the gas Exchange Process of a Free Piston Engine Using High Performance Computing

Jiaye Guo, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
A Computational Approach to Identify and Displace Bridging Water Molecules in Drug Refinement

Oliver Yang, Applied Mathematics & Statistics 
A Robust Multigrid Solver for Highly Anisotropic amd Singular Elliptic Problems on Spheres

Yuchen Zhou, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Computer-aided Inhibitor Development Against Fatty Acid Binding Protein 5

Dwight McGee, Applied Mathematics & Statistics 
Computational Approaches to Identify Small Molecules that Target HIVgp41

Md Abdullah Shahneous Bari, Delafrouz Mirfendereski, Tony Curtis and Dr. Barbara Chapman, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
The OpenSHMEM Programming Library

Wen Shih, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Modeling and Simulation of Plasma-Liner Formation and Implosion for the PLX-alpha Project

Xingyu Wang, Applied Mathematics & Statistics 
AP-Cloud: Adaptive Particle-in-Cloud Method for Optimal Solutions to Vlasov-Poisson Equation

Jun Ma, Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Modulator Simulations For Coherent Electron Cooling

Mozhgan Rahimi Boldaji, Mechanical Engineering
CFD Simulation of the Effect of Water Injection Spray on GM 2.0 Liter HCCI Engine

Longtao Han, Materials Science and Chemical Engineering; Predrag Krstic, IACS
Hydrogen Effect in the Synthesis of Boron Nitride Nanostructures

Nivetha Balasamy, Bento Goncalves, Heather Lynch, Ecology & Evoluation; Shantenu Jha, Rutgers University
Scalable Satellite Imagery Analysis for Automatic Survey of Antarctic Seals using Distributed Computing Frameworks