This year's Ramses User Meeting (RUM) is held in Copenhagen, on September 30 - October 4 2019, and organised by the Niels Bohr Institute.
RAMSES is an open source code written by Romain Teyssier to model astrophysical systems, featuring self-gravitating, magnetised, compressible, radiative fluid flow. Based on the Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) technique, it has been widely used for cosmological simulations of the Universe, isolated as well as cosmological resimulations of individual galaxies, simulations of molecular clouds, star formation, supernovae remnants, accretion disks around black holes and planets.
RUM, now in its seventh edition, brings together RAMSES users of all levels to present scientific results, new technical developments and challenges. Participation is free of charge, but you have to organise your travel, meals, and accommodation yourself.
You are invited to attend the conference dinner Tuesday October 1 and a hackathon cocktail Thursday October 3.
RUM 2019 will be divided in two consecutive sessions:
- Mon-Wed: conference with presentations and poster sessions.
- Thu-Fri: a hackaton that will allow RAMSES developers to collaborate.
In the left-side menu, you can register for the meeting and submit a talk title and abstract.