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2018 Blue Waters Symposium: Posters

David Barto

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Domain-Specific Experiential Learning in Molecular Dynamics as an Introductory Framework in HPC for Biochemists

Emiliano Brini

Stony Brook University

Using Information to Reduce the Phase Space of Molecular Dynamic Simulations of Biologically Relevant Problems

Chin-Yi Chen

Purdue University

Advanced Nanoelectronic Device Design with Atomistic Simulations

Matthew Clement

University of Oklahoma

Saving the Inner Solar System with an Early Instability

Salme Cook

University of New Hampshire

Estimating Bed Shear Stress Distribution from Numerically Modeled Tides and Wind Waves on Estuarine Mudflats

Evan Feinberg

Stanford University

AI for Drug Discovery in Two Stories

Lauren Foster

Colorado School of Mines

When Does Uncertainty Matter While Modeling Climate Change in Mountain Headwaters? Contrasting Model Resolution and Complexity Under a Changing Climate in an Alpine Catchment.

Jaime Guevara

Boise State University

Molecular Interactions of Polydimethylsiloxane and Ni-Mn-Ga

Zachary Goldsmith

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Electronic Structure Characterization of Oxygen-Evolving Electrocatalyst NiFe Oxyhydroxide Active Sites

Jennifer Hays

University of Virginia

Refining the Conformational Ensembles of Flexible Proteins using Multimodal Spectroscopic Data

Colleen Heineman

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Since Being a Blue Waters Intern: Utilizing Visualization and Interactivity to Explore Scientific Data

Robert Heitz

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Measurements to Understand the Orbital Motion of Quarks in a Proton

Ethan Kruse

University of Washington

Hundreds of New Planets Candidates from Kepler and K2

Rachel Kurchin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Towards Quantifying Defect Tolerance in Semiconductors

Matthew Liska and Zachary Andalman

University of Amsterdam and Evanston Township High School

How Black Holes Accrete Gas: Tilt with a Twist

Riccardo Longo

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Investigating Proton Structure Using Petascale Computing Resources

Rachel Mansbach

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Understanding and Design of Hierarchical Self-assembly of Biocompatible Optoelectronic Nanostructures through a Patchy Minimal Model

Marco Meyer

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Large-Scale Simulation to Evaluate the Absolute Production Rate in Pion-Proton Scattering

William Payne

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Computational Methods for the Design of Self-assembled Macromolecular Therapeutic Agents

James C. Robertson

Stony Brook University

MELD Threads the Nonthreadable Needle

Grigor Sargsyan

Louisiana State University

Large-scale Nuclear Simulations on Blue Waters System: Insights Into the Origin of Elements and Neutrino Antiparticles

Kuang-Chung Wang

Purdue University

Atomistic Model for Quantum Transport, Incoherent Scattering and Recombination in 2D Heterojunctions