We are organizing an advanced workshop for AMUSE users at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The meeting will be from Monday, April 22 to Friday, April 26, starting on Monday at 10am at the AMNH. It will be held as an “unconference”/hackathon, as such there are no fixed slots for talks.

As available places are limited, please let us know as soon as possible whether you will be able to participate. Preference will be given to participants for whom travelling imposes a smaller carbon footprint. We plan to organize a similar meeting later this year in Europe.

Register using this form. Registration is open until March 22nd. We will notify everyone who registered soon after if they are accepted to join the workshop.

Preliminary schedule:

Monday:

  • Morning: Discuss what needs to be done.
  • Afternoon: Break-out sessions on following topics:
    • Community building
    • Software sustainability and maintenance
      • Data repositories and FAIR
      • Code styles and contributions by external members
      • Expanding functionality (Code-tunneling data protocol, GPU support)
      • Incorporating new codes (RAMSES, Binary-C, Arepo, Exo-Speedy, GENEC, KROME)
      • Including new domains (atmospheric science and chemistry)

Tuesday:

  • Morning: Work on the selected parts from day 1.
  • Afternoon: Break-out sessions: discussing new features

Wednesday:

  • Morning: Refactor FLASH interface in AMUSE.
  • Afternoon: Break-out sessions: Discuss other MHD solver options.

Thursday:

  • Morning: Work on the selected parts from day 1.
  • Afternoon: Join the RAMSES workshop at the CCA Simons Center.

Friday:

  • Morning: Design RAMSES interface for AMUSE
  • Afternoon: Conclusions and discussion of future developments

LOC: Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, Sabrina Appel, Eric Andersson, Brooke Polak, Adilkhan Assilkhan, Steve McMillan

SOC: Steven Rieder, Simon Portegies Zwart, Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, Steve McMillan