An open-source code for QCD+QED with C* boundary conditions — part 2/2
- Marina KRSTIC MARINKOVIC
- Marina KRSTIC MARINKOVIC (CERN/Trinity College Dublin)
- Dr. Agostino PATELLA (CERN and Plymouth University)
- Dr. Isabel CAMPOS (CSIC)
- Patrick FRITZSCH (CERN)
- Mr. Martin HANSEN (CP3-Origins, University of Southern Denmark)
- Dr. Nazario TANTALO (Rome University Tor Vergata and INFN)
- Dr. Alberto RAMOS (CERN)
A code for the simulation of QCD+QED with C boundary conditions is presented. This code is based on openQCD-1.6, from which it inherits the core features that ensure its efficiency: the locally-deflated SAP-preconditioned GCR solver, the twisted-mass frequency splitting of the fermion action, the multilevel integrator, the 4th order OMF integrator, the SSE/AVX intrinsics, etc. The photon field is treated as fully dynamical and C boundary conditions can be chosen in the spatial directions.
In a series of two talks, we will discuss the main features of the QCD+QED code, and we will show basic test results and performance analysis. Moreover, we will explain in detail how C* boundary conditions have been implemented. We plan to make a beta version of this code publicly available before the Lattice conference.
Preferred track (if multiple tracks have been selected)