Centre for Theoretical Physics                
        At             
           The British University in Egypt
               

CTP SUMMER SCHOOL 2007

Computational Techniques and Application

September 9th – 11th

The CTP is organising a summer school on "Computational Techniques and Applications" from 9-11 September, 2007. The aim of this school is to provide an interactive form for researchers interested in the development and use of computational techniques applied to Science, Engineering and other problems.

All the members of the international advisory committee are renowned figures. Distinguished speakers from Europe, US and Japan have been invited to give educational and pedagogical lectures on the recent progress achieved in this field. The key speakers list includes international well-known experts, for example:

Prof. Dr. Hideo Matsufuru, Japanese Atomic Energy Organisation (KEK), Japan and Prof. Dr. Nidal Chamoun, University of Damascus, Syria.

Topics

The school talks and discussions will be dedicated for the following topics:

1- Computational Physics:

2- Computational Engineering

3- Grid and Parallel Computation

4- Mont Carlo Simulations

Speakers

Prof. H. Matsufuru, KEK, Japan

Dr. N. Chamoun,  Damascus U., Syria

Prof. A. Obada,  Al-Azhar U.

Prof. E. Darwish,  Sohag U.

Dr. M. Everitt,  BUE

Dr. Y. Rashed,   BUE

Programme

Sunday September 9th

09:00 – 10:00

Registration

10:00 – 11:00

M. Everitt

“Some Tips and Tricks for use in Computational Physics or Engineering” [pdf]

11:30 – 12:30

H. Matsufuru

“Simulations” Lecture(A) [pdf]

01:30 – 02:30

Y. Rashed

“Boundary Element Method in Engineering” [pdf]

Monday September 10th

10:00 – 11:00

H. Matsufuru

“Simulations” Lecture (B) [pdf]

11:30 – 12:30

N. Chamoun

“On Grid and some application” [pdf]

02:00 – 03:15

A. Obada

“CTP Colloquium” [pdf]

(Refreshment will be served afterwards)

Tuesday September 11th

10:00 – 11:00

N. Chamoun

“Mathematica and Maple packages for scientific computing” [pdf]

11:30 – 12:30

E. Darwish

“Pion photoproduction from the deuteron and its contribution to spin asymmetries and GDH sum rule” [pdf]