Parallelizing the Implicitly Restarted Arnoldi Method

After a quite general introduction to the topic of lattice QCD in my last blog post, in this post I will get a little bit more technical and describe the first part of my project that I have worked on

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A (hopefully) gentle introduction to lattice QCD

As I have mentioned in my previous blog posts, my Summer of HPC project is optimizing software for lattice quantum chromodaynamics computations. Since this probably doesn’t ring a bell for someone who has not studied physics, I will try to provide

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Getting Started

Upon arrival on Saturday in Cyprus, Conor and I were greeted by blue sky, palm trees, and 36 degrees temperature. Thanks to our colleague, Stelios, who picked us up from the airport, we made it from Larnaka to Nicosia with

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Simon Pfreundschuh

Simon Pfreundschuh is a Master’s student in physics with a background in computer science and mathematics. Originally from Germany, he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Kiel, Germany. After a short stay in Strasbourg, France,

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