2019 Rayleigh Hackathon


2019 Rayleigh Hackathon

22-29 June 2019

Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory (SNARL)

Eastern Sierra Nevada, California


Rayleigh is designed for the study of MHD turbulence and convection in spherical (and soon Cartesian) geometries using a pseudo-spectral approach and runs efficiently on O(10^5) cores.  The software is freely available and may be downloaded from its CIG software page [download].

The majority of the time will be spent working on the code in an informal setting, individually or in small groups. Special emphasis will be given to XXXXX.

Application Closes: April 30, 2019
Notification of Acceptance Begins: May 1, 2019 
Limit: 16 participants

Apply here.


Nick Featherstone, University of Colorado, Boulder
Jon Aurnou, UC Los Angeles
Lorraine Hwang, UC Davis
CIG Geodynamo Working Group

Workshop Information


The hackathon will begin the evening of Saturday, June 22 with participants departing on Saturday, June 29. Please read the Logistics page carefully.


The hackathon will be held at SNARL administered by UC Santa Barbara. SNARL is part of the UC Natural Reserve System and is located on the east slope of the Sierra Nevada near Mammoth Lakes, California. We recommend you read the Reserve website and Logistics  page before applying.


Participants must apply to attend. Registration does not guarantee acceptance to the event. All participants are required to stay the duration of the event.

All registrants must apply for support for Workshop Fees.





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