To promote US-Japan collaborations on co-design of fusion applications towards extreme scale computing, and on high performance computing in fusion simulations of core and edge plasmas and plasma-material interactions.
Engineering and Science (E&S) Bldg.,
Nagoya University (Higashiyama Campus)
(Please find C2-4 on the university map: http://en.nagoya-u.ac.jp/map/index.html )
The nearest airport is Chubu Centrair International Airport, Nagoya (NGO)
(See http://www.centrair.jp/en/ )
Take a Meitetsu train from the airport to the downtown.
(Meitetsu route map: http://www.meitetsu.co.jp/eng/route/route-map.html ).
Use subway(s) to get to Nagoya University (Higashiyama Campus). The subway station is, “Nagoya Daigaku”. See also http://en.nagoya-u.ac.jp/access/index.html . (Subway route map: http://www.kotsu.city.nagoya.jp/english/english_sub.html ).
A variety of hotels are available in the downtown areas of Nagoya city, such as “Sakae” or “Meieki” (around JR Nagoya Station) areas. Access to the university is roughly 20-30 min by the subway. The most convenient location to the university and from the airport may be “Kanayama” area. Here is a short list of hotels in Nagoya:
- Nagoya Tokyu Hotel (in Sakae area) http://www.nagoya-h.tokyuhotels.co.jp/en/index.html
- Mercure Nagoya Cypress (in Meieki area) http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-5300-mercure-nagoya-cypress/index.html
- ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Grand Court Nagoya (in Kanayama area) http://www.anacrowneplaza-nagoya.jp/english/
Program and Contributions:
Workshop dinner is planned on August 20.
Tomo-Hiko Watanabe ()
Theoretical Plasma Physics Laboratory
Department of Physics, Nagoya University
Nagoya 464-8602, Japan