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Project Meeting: September 2006

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25-27 September 2006, Bloomington, Indiana, Annual project meeting.
Project Meeting: September 2006 Local details
Local host: Randy Bramley, bramley@cs.indiana.edu, 812 855-7790
Project Meeting: September 2006 Agenda [PDF]
 
Project Meeting: September 2006 Batchelor - Workshop Introduction [PDF]
Introductory slides
Project Meeting: September 2006 Lastname - Short Title [File Type]
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Project Meeting: September 2006 Physics Status, Math, and Algorithmic Issues
Monday morning
Project Meeting: September 2006 CS Status
Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning
Project Meeting: September 2006 Slow MHD Campaign and NTM Roadmap
Tuesday morning
Project Meeting: September 2006 Bramley: Progress on Component Scripts and Codes [ppt]
Tuesday afternoon
Project Meeting: September 2006 Unresolved Simulator Issues
Tuesday afternoon
Project Meeting: September 2006 Tasks and Plans
Wednesday morning
Project Meeting: September 2006 Bramley: CS Needs from Physicists [ppt]
A brief overview of what the CS people now need from the different code managers in the SWIM project.
Project Meeting: September 2006 Houlberg: NCLASS and neoclassical effects [pdf]
Wayne Houlberg's presentation.