School of Physics and Astronomy

gevolution users & developers meeting

The second gevolution users & developers meeting will be hosted by the Astronomy Unit of Queen Mary University of London (UK) on May 7th and 8th, 2019. This event aims to bring together users and developers of the code to discuss their experiences and projects, and to provide feedback on code development.

To this end participants are encouraged to give short informal presentations (20min) that should convey:

  • their science goal and their rationale for using gevolution
  • the tasks that have to be accomplished to reach their goal
  • any obstacles or limitations that prevent them from making progress
  • any results they want to show

Each presentation could be followed by a short (10min) discussion.

Following the same structure as the previous meeting, the tentative programme has the presentations and discussions on Tuesday 7th, and Wednesday 8th to be a "coding day" where participants can discuss their actual implementation with the present developers or other participants. As additional highlight, we anticipate the release of v1.2 of gevolution to coincide with the meeting. The programme will be finalised once we know the list of participants.

This being an informal meeting there are no registration fees but every participant is responsible for their own travel arrangements. To register, please send an email with your name and the title of your presentation to by March 31st, 2019. We will be in touch with further details shortly thereafter.

Programme for Tuesday 7th May
9.30am - 10am
Welcome coffee
10am - 11am
gevolution v1.2 release (Julian Adamek)
11am - 11.30am
Ray tracing in relativistic N-body simulations (Louis Coates)
11.30am - 12noon
Weak-lensing observables from relativistic N-body simulations (Francesca Lepori)
12noon - 12.30pm
12.30pm - 2pm
Lunch break
2pm - 2.30pm
k-evolution and the trace of a new instability (Martin Kunz/Farbod Hassani)
2.30pm - 3pm
fRevolution, f(R) implementation in the gevolution framework (David Daverio)
3pm - 3.30pm
Unequal-time correlators (Goran Jelic-Cizmek)
3.30pm - 4pm
Afternoon tea
4pm - 4.30pm
Through the void: checking distance measurements with gevolution (Justyna Borkowska)
4.30pm - 5pm
Generalized framework for testing gravity with gravitational wave propagation (Shun Arai)
5pm - 5.30pm
5.30pm - 6.30pm
SCR bar
7pm - late
Social dinner
Programme for Wednesday 8th May
9.30am - 10am
10am - 11am
LATfield2 basics and new features (David Daverio)
11am - 12noon
Project discussions
12noon - 2pm
Lunch break
2pm - 5pm
Breakout sessions
5pm - 5.30pm
Final discussion
SCR bar