Our new NVIDIA RTX™ 6000 of the Ada Lovelace Generation is now installed and running in a workstation to be used in project simulations.
The RTX 6000 combines third-generation RT cores, fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and CUDA® cores with 48 GB of graphics memory to deliver unprecedented graphics, rendering, and AI performance.
We presented a poster about the Lisbon KInetics (LoKI) tools and data at the first International School on Atomic and Molecular Data Evaluation and Curation (October 2023, Valladolid, Spain).
The school was an occasion to interact with members from the Atomic and Molecular Physics community, and in particular to discuss good practices for data / metadata standards and for data sharing via databases.
The project kick-off meeting was held on July 4, 2023.
The meeting was attended by team members JP Booth, D Ferreira, L Marques, M Lino da Silva, N Pinhão, O Guaitella and LL Alves, and consultants A Tejero-del-Caz, V Guerra and Emile Carbone.
The meeting was organized with different presentations by the team members, to introduce the project, discuss the available experimental diagnostics, report on the current status of the LoKI simulation tool and the kinetic scheme, discuss possible ML approaches for sensitivity studies and chemistry schemes reduction, and introduce preliminary ideas on the organization of the LoKI data.
Each presentation was followed by a lively extended discussion.
We have participated in the webinar "How can academic publishing support FAIR and OS ?", where data science and physical science experts shared experiences and explored solutions to common barriers in ensuring data meet principles of findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability (FAIR), and Open Science (OS).