Contributors

Project leader

Gabriel Wlazłowski

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Main developer of the W-SLDA Toolkit


Theory expertise

Aurel Bulgac

Department of Physics, University of Washington
Aurel Bulgac derived Superfluid Local Density Approximation (SLDA) equations for cold atoms, presently implemented in W-SLDA Toolkit. He also supervised implementation of core algorithms of td-wslda codes.

Piotr Magierski

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Piotr Magierski contributed to development of Superfluid Local Density Approximation (SLDA) method.

Michael McNeil Forbes

Department of Physics and Astronomy, Washington State University
Michael Forbes together with Aurel Bulgac developed Asymmetric Superfluid Local Density Approximation (ASLDA) for spin-imbalanced atomic gases.

Antoine Boulet

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Antoine Boulet derived and implemented SLDAE functional (Version>=2022.01.05).


HPC expertise

Kenneth J. Roche

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kenneth J. Roche supervised parallelization process (MPI + CUDA) of main engine of td-wslda codes.

Maciej Marchwiany

Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM)
Implementation of parallel I/O in td-wslda codes (2016-2018)


Contributions

Wojciech Pudełko

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Implementation of Broyden algorithm in st-wslda codes (engineer thesis, WUT, 2020)

Andrzej Makowski

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Developer of w-data format. Contribution to wslda.fizyka.pw.edu.pl web page.

Janusz Oleniacz

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Administration of wslda.fizyka.pw.edu.pl web page and git repository.

Maksymilian Odziemczyk

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics, Computational Physics Research Interest Group
Development of testsuite system for W-SLDA

Bartosz Ruszczak

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics, Computational Physics Research Interest Group
Development of testsuite system for W-SLDA. Developer of w-deriv library.

Andrea Barresi

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Development of the Helmholtz decomposition code.

Stanisław Tabisz

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Improvements of performance of td codes (see Implementing parallel reduction for multiple arrays in Snippets). Extension of the toolkit by adding CUDA solvers for Gross–Pitaevskii equation.

Agata Zdanowicz

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Improvements of installation script.

Szymon Sieradzki

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics
Extension of the toolkit by adding CUDA solvers for Gross–Pitaevskii equation.