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Tilo

Office Location: Room PHY 4.1.10
Universitätsstr. 31
93053 Regensburg
Germany
Mailing address: Universität Regensburg
Fakultät für Physik
93040 Regensburg
Germany

Phone:
Secretary:

+49-941-943-2004
+49-941-943-2006
    (Ms. Heidi Decock)
+49-941-943-2008
 (Ms. Monika Maschek)

Fax: +49-941-943-1734
Email: tilo.wettig // ur.de


Research

My interests include a variety of subjects, such as

  • quantum field theory, in particular lattice QCD
  • random matrix theory
  • mathematical physics
  • high-performance computing
  • supercomputer design and development

If you are interested in doing a master or doctoral thesis on one of these subjects, just contact me.

I'm the principal investigator of a project in the framework of the SFB/TRR-55 in which we develop custom-designed supercomputers and high-performance software for Lattice QCD and similar applications. So far the project has delivered the following supercomputers:

  • QPACE:
    - co-design with IBM and several other companies and academic institutions
    - PowerXCell 8i processors and FPGA-based network
    - most energy-efficient supercomputer in the world in 2009/2010 (No. 1 on Green 500 list)
  • iDataCool
    - co-design with IBM
    - Intel Xeon processors and InfiniBand network
    - hot-water cooling with temperatures up to 70°C
  • QPACE 2:
    - co-design with Intel and Eurotech
    - Intel Xeon Phi (KNC) processors and network based on PCIe and InfiniBand
    - No. 15 on Green 500 list in 2015
  • QPACE 3:
    -co-design with Intel and Fujitsu
    - Intel Xeon Phi (KNL) processors and OmniPath network
    - No. 5 on Green 500 list in 2016

We are currently developing QPACE 4 in collaboration with Cray.


Publications

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Conferences

Organization of workshops and conferences


Lectures


Curriculum Vitae

CV Tilo Wettig

1985 High School diploma
1985-1988 Paramedic, German Red Cross, Leipzig
1988-1990 Undergraduate student of physics, University of Tübingen
1990-1994 Graduate student of physics, Stony Brook University
1994 Ph.D., Stony Brook University
1995-1996 Postdoc, Max-Planck-Institute Heidelberg
1997-1999 Postdoc, Technical University of Munich
1998 Habilitation, University of Heidelberg
1999 Heisenberg Fellow
1999-2003 Assistant Professor, Yale University
2003-2004 Associate Professor, Yale University
1999-2004 Fellow of the RIKEN-BNL Research Center
since 2004 Professor, University of Regensburg

High Energy Physics

Secretary: +49 941 943 -

Heidi Decock: -2006
Monika Maschek: -2008

Quarks, gluons etc. in 1+3 dimensions