Internal Working pages
Here the members of the European Union Network will find information about
meetings, progress of work in different groups, computational tools and
other useful stuff.
Instructions for accessing and editing
the original and new network proposals.
The Network FAQ allows you
to pose questions, anonymously if you like, to everyone in the network.
- Projects and project leaders
- December 7-9, 2000
- First EU Network meeting, summaries of our talks, action
items, to do lists, people in charge of various things, etc.
- June 6-10, 2001
Second EU Network meeting, summaries of our talks, action items, to do
lists, people in charge of various things, etc. We also have the Scientific
- List of reports in the CVS repository
Instructions for checking out the First and Second Annual and the
Midterm Report for our Project.
- Midterm Report for our Project
A pdf file containing the midterm report. This should be considered
an internal document, since it contains information on the
inner workings of our project, so please treat it as confidential.
But it will give you all a good idea of what research is going on!
(I removed the financial information, but it is otherwise as submitted.)
We planned to have conference calls among senior people every 2 months.
Hydrodynamics Codes and Progress
Documentation for Hydrodynamics Codes. Here we
provide informationn of relevance to the EU project members working on
hydrodynamics. The pages contain links to the ASC Collaboratory, thorn
lists and descriptions for initial data, evolution, etc. We also provide
links to relevant papers describing the hydro modules. The Cactus-Zeus
suite of tools for Newtonian Hydrodynamics is also linked and documented
here. Finally we have have the summary
of the March 16-18 EU Network Hydro Meeting.
Hydro Conference Calls
Conference calls are organized among all the networkers interested
in relativistic hydrodynamics and code development. The calls are held
every 2 weeks and the minutes of the most recent ones can be found here.
Scott Hawley maintains a page
for the Network describing the status of various activities related to
adaptive mesh refinement. There has been a lot of progress recently! As
of June, 2001, the Zeus code seems to actually work with Cactus and the
AMR enabling Grace systme of Manish Parashar. We are increasingly hopeful
that we can use it for physics one day "soon"...
Computing Resources, information
Links to AEI computing
facilities pages. These pages provide information for running with
various utilities in Cactus, as well as tricks for using computational
facilities available to the project. Can we make this so no password is
needed if accessed from this page?
First EU Meeting, AEI
Second EU Meeting, Thessaloniki
Third EU Meeting, Southampton
This work has been supported by the EU Programme
'Improving the Human Research Potential and the
Socio-Economic Knowledge Base' (Research Training Network