Tuesday May 3rd 2016.
11.00 - 15.00 in A1.01 Zeeman Building.
An interdisciplinary event hosted by the CSC
The aim of the group is to gather Warwick researchers interested in Computational Fluid Dynamics and discuss implementation and usage of HPC codes in this field. The focus will be on large scale simulations and the challenges of reproducibility, interoperability, validation, scalability, and actual usability of HPC CFD simulations in science and engineering.
All Warwick researchers are invited to participate and present their work. Please follow this link to register either to present or to attend:
Suggested topics are:
- Large-scale parallel CFD solvers
- Scalability for complex geometries or complex physics
- Automatic mesh generation
- Algorithms and numerical schemes for large-scale problems
- CFD industrial applications
- A posteriori error estimators and adaptivity
- Model reduction
- Multiphase, multiphysics and hybrid solvers
- Interoperability of CFD codes and efficient I/O
A provisional timetable of the day is available here.