Presenting MACH-B at the 12th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC’21)

Join us (virtually) from May 24 – 28 at the 12th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC’21) where Reservoir Labs’ Dr. Harper Langston,  Technical Lead, Algorithms & Sensors, presents the poster titled “MACH-B: Fast Multipole Method Approaches in Particle Accelerator Simulations for the Computational and Intensity Frontiers.”

MACH-B incorporates (1) highly-scalable, high performance and generally-applicable FMM-based algorithms to accurately model space-charge effects in high-intensity hadron beams and (2) boundary integral approaches to handle singular effects near the beam pipe using advanced quadratures. MACH-B will allow for more complex beam dynamics simulations that more accurately capture bunch effects and predict beam loss.

Watch the video recording of this poster session from IPAC below:

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