CP2K UK User Meeting 2018
Date & time: Friday 12th January 2018, 12.00 - 17.00
Venue: Room 2305, Isaac Newton Building, University of Lincoln
09.00 - 12.00: CP2K Hackathon (informal)
12.00 - 12.30: Registration + sandwich lunch
12.30 - 13.00: CP2K-UK Project Update (Iain Bethune, STFC Hartree Centre)
13.00 - 14.00: Irradiation of matter from first-principles with CP2K:
DNA and other applications (Prof. Jorge Kohanoff, Queen's University Belfast)
14.00 - 14.30: Lightning Talks
Stephen Cox (University of Cambridge)
Matthew Krzystyniak (STFC)
Hui Yang (UCL)
David Benoit (University of Hull)
Boujnah Mourad (Mohamed V University)
Deepak Ojha (University Paderborn)
You Lu (STFC)
Natalia Martsinovich (University of Sheffield)
14.30 - 15.00: Coffee Break
15.00 - 17.00: CP2K How-To talks
Basis Set Testing (Tiziano Müller, University of Zurich)
Constrained DFT (Nico Holmberg, Aalto University)
Transport calculations via the NEGF method (Matt Watkins, University of Lincoln)
System setup and Analysis with TETR & LEV00 (Lev Kantorovitch, King's College London)
To register, please complete the form below before the end of December 2017. The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in CP2K.
Travel funding (provided by EPSRC) is available for UK-based academic researchers and invited speakers - please submit estimated costs along with your registration. The meeting is in the afternoon to allow time to get to Lincoln in the morning, but if you require overnight accommodation please include this in your estimate.
If you have any questions, please contact
Which features of CP2K would you most like to learn about at the meeting?
What is you level of experience with CP2K?
I use CP2K for my research
I am interested in learning about CP2K
I am a developer of CP2K
I would like to give a 3 minute lightning talk about my research
Any dietary requirements?
Any accessibility requirements?
Estimated travel costs (UK / invited speakers only)
Add my email to the CP2K UK Users mailing list
I would like to attend the CP2K Hackathon in the morning
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