This event will follow the successful format of previous events, focusing on i) talks on how to use the code and introducing specific elements of functionality, and ii) providing intensive one-to-one mentoring from experienced ONETEP users and developers to enable participants to start using and further develop their use of the code for their own research projects. The aim is to help overcome barriers that users can face when trying to apply ONETEP to real problems. More information about the event can be found here
We welcome both new users of the code and more experienced users keen to learn new ways to get the most out of new functionality. If you would be interested in attending, or would like more details, please contact one of the organisers.
Organizers: Joly Aarons (University of Warwick) Joseph Prentice (Imperial College London) James Womack (University of Southampton) Nicholas Hine (University of Warwick)
A note on finances: The event is funded by EPSRC and CCP9 and we should be able to cover all local costs for attendees. In the past we have been able to accommodate all who have applied. Sending more than one attendee from a research group is strongly encouraged, but in the event that we end up oversubscribed, we might need to ask for a contribution to costs in such cases. We will only be able to cover attendee travel expenses in exceptional circumstances.