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== Diploma Thesis ==
 
== Diploma Thesis ==
 
=== Lattice-Boltzmann-Simulations on GPUs ===
 
=== Lattice-Boltzmann-Simulations on GPUs ===
I am writing my diploma theses about Lattice-Boltzman theory (D3Q19) for simulating particles within a thermal solvent with usage of several boundary conditions. For this reason the use of the multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann model is required to include thermal fluctuations. On a first step which has already been achieved I have developed an fluid solver with thermal fluctuations on the GPU.  
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I am writing my diploma theses about Lattice-Boltzmann theory (D3Q19)
The next step which is in progress I am adding the interaction with particles (Ahlrichs and Duennweg) within the fluid. The interaction between the fluid and the particles are negotiated via a force.  
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for simulating particles within a thermal solvent with usage of
The finally step will be the implementation of my stand alone code within ESPRESSO where the existing md code calculates the particle movement on the cpu while my code calculates the solvent on the gpu.
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several boundary conditions. For this reason the use of the
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multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann model is required to
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include thermal fluctuations. With ESPResSo one is able to simulate
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the behavior of charged (el. or mag.)  particles or polymers within a
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solvent. Our Institute is focused on dynamic simulation of systems
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with large particle numbers.  To handle large particle numbers one has
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to generate and use massively parallel software. Due to this, the goal
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of my diploma thesis is to create a massively parallel Lattice
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Boltzmann solver which uses the advantages of modern GPUs. This code
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will be implemented into the ESPResSo code, and will be able to couple
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the MD particles to the LB fluid.
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==

Revision as of 09:09, 13 September 2010

Dominic Röhm
Diploma Student
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Address:Dominic Röhm
Institute for Computational Physics
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 3
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Diploma Thesis

Lattice-Boltzmann-Simulations on GPUs

I am writing my diploma theses about Lattice-Boltzmann theory (D3Q19) for simulating particles within a thermal solvent with usage of several boundary conditions. For this reason the use of the multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann model is required to include thermal fluctuations. With ESPResSo one is able to simulate the behavior of charged (el. or mag.) particles or polymers within a solvent. Our Institute is focused on dynamic simulation of systems with large particle numbers. To handle large particle numbers one has to generate and use massively parallel software. Due to this, the goal of my diploma thesis is to create a massively parallel Lattice Boltzmann solver which uses the advantages of modern GPUs. This code will be implemented into the ESPResSo code, and will be able to couple the MD particles to the LB fluid.

Publications

Curriculum vitae

Scientific education

Oct. 2005 - ... (May. 2011) Studies of Physics at the University of Stuttgart