March 2016

ARCHER Resource Allocation Panel - 21 March 2016

Panel members

Name Institution
Dr Connor Balance QUB
Dr Ben Morgan Bath
Dr Aimee Morgans Imperial College London
Simon McIntosh-Smith University of Bristol
Dr David Willock University of Cardiff
Prof Stewart Cant University of Cambridge
Dr Jimena Gorfinkiel Open University

Successful submissions

Principal Investigator Title Institution kAUs Awarded
Dr Daniel Dundas Dissociative ionization of the hydrogen molecular ion by circularly polarised laser pulses Queen's University Belfast 39000
Dr Xuerui Mao Calculations of three-dimensional optimal flow control Durham 40000
Professor Feliciano Giustino Carrier Transport for novel Opto-electronic Applications (CTOA) University of Oxford 40000
Dr Sebastian Timme Enhanced Fidelity Transonic Wing University of Liverpool 25000
Professor Matthew Foulkes Exact thermodynamic properties of solid state warm dense matter Imperial College London 26352
Professor Stuart Macgregor Simulating Organometallic Chemistry in Condensed Phases Heriot-Watt University 45000
Professor Henry Bock Computational Screening of Solvents and Dispersants for Low-Dimensional Nanomaterials Heriot Watt University 15000
Dr Irene Moulitsas Increasing parallel performance and code readability of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) codes, using PGAS based Coarray Fortran approach Cranfield University 11232
Professor Peter Coveney Predicting the performance properties of graphene-polymer and claypolymer nanocomposites from multiscale modelling University College London 24791.04
Dr Ignazio Maria Viola Compliant coatings for friction drag reduction University of Edinburgh 12441.6
Professor Patrick Briddon Massively scaling algorithms for first principles modelling of materials University of Newcastle 30000
Professor Stephen Jarvis Preparing for Exascale with Mini-applications University of Warwick 13278.24
  Total Successful: 12 projects 322,094
  Total Unsuccessful: 4 Projects 108,392

Awarded Top-Up Resource on Standard Grants

Professor Alan Cocks Hydrogen in metals - from fundamentals to the design of new steels (HEmS) University of Oxford 124128