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PIConGPU 0.4.3: System Updates and Bug Fixes

Huebl, Axel; Widera, René; Worpitz, Benjamin; Pausch, Richard; Burau, Heiko; Garten, Marco; Starke, Sebastian; Grund, Alexander; Debus, Alexander; Matthes, Alexander; Bastrakov, Sergei; Steiniger, Klaus; Göthel, Ilja; Rudat, Sophie; Kelling, Jeffrey; Bussmann, Michael

This release adds updates and new HPC system templates. Important bug fixes include I/O work-arounds for issues in OpenMPI 2.0-4.0 (mainly with HDF5), guards for particle creation with user-defined profiles, a fixed binomial current smoothing, checks for the number of devices in grid distributions and container (Docker & Singularity) modernizations.

Please refer to our ChangeLog for a full list of features, fixes and user interface changes before getting started.

Thanks to Axel Huebl, Alexander Debus, Igor Andriyash, Marco Garten, Sergei Bastrakov, Adam Simpson, Richard Pausch, Juncheng E, Klaus Steiniger, and René Widera for contributions to this release!

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