PDE Software Frameworks (PDESoft) 2016
4-8 July 2016
Location: Zeeman building, MS 05
PDESoft 2018 will be held in Norway
The numerical solution of partial differential equations is the key enabling technology for vast areas of simulation science.
The combined complexity of the systems to be simulated, the numerical methods applied and the parallel hardware employed has made the development and application of advanced, high performance, highly usable, rigorously engineered and extensively tested PDE software frameworks a critical and leading field of computational science and engineering research.
PDESoft 2016 provides a forum for the developers of tools solving the diverse stages of the numerical PDE process to exchange the latest developments and future ideas.
If you develop:
- meshing tools;
- solvers for large systems of equations;
- numerical PDE solvers;
- data visualisation systems;
- user interfaces to scientific software;
or any other part of the PDE toolchain, this is the workshop for you.
Following the structure of the previous PDESoft meetings, the conference will be split into two parts:
- the main conference from Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th of July
- small group discussions with coding/hacking days on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th of July.
The conference is partially funded by the London Mathematical Society.
Call for abstracts:
Call for abstracts is now open. Please use the latex template to upload a pdf to easychair. Note that you will need an easychair account.
Extended Deadline for abstract submission is 22 of April. We will inform you about acceptance by the end of April.
Please register through the Mathematics Research Centre
Before clicking the link to the registration form, please be aware of the conference fee of £100,
(fee includes the conference dinner, lunch Monday through Wednesday, and refreshments at coffee breaks).
Conference dinner for accompanying person: £30.
Payment of the fees will be settled at the event! Credit cards are not accepted.
Support for PhD students and early career researchers:
For PhD students, the conference fee is waived if requested during registration.
Attendance at the conference dinner is £30.
There is support available to cover the cost of accommodation for a limited number of participants.
Please indicate if you require support on the registration form and send a short letter indicating the field you are working in and the reason for requiring support to the organisers. Note that there will not be any funding available to cover travel costs.
There is accommodation available on Warwick campus. To obtain a room at a reduced price of £72, it is required to indicate that clearly on the registration form on the link above. There is only a limited amount of rooms available at this price which will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. The rooms have to be paid in advance. More information will be provided after the registration has been completed.
If you would like to organise a coding group, propose a topic, or know more about the proposed coding days, please contact the organisers
- Timo Betcke, University College London
- Jed Brown, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Carsten Burstedde, University of Bonn
- Andreas Dedner, University of Warwick
- David Ham, Imperial College London
- Timo Heister, Clemson University
- Judith Hill, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Matteo Icardi, University of Warwick
- Anders Logg, Chalmers University of Technology
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
You can register for any of the symposia or workshops online. To see which registrations are currently open and to submit a registration, please click here.
Mathematics Research Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK
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OpenFOAM coding days
Matteo Icardi (Warwick)
Warwick OpenFOAM Users Group
This is part of the PDESOFT 2016 conference
OpenFOAM coding days will be held after the conference on July 7-8 2016.
The objective is to gather developers to discuss on common interests related to OpenFOAM and to join forces for collaborative development of research codes to extend OpenFOAM functionalities and address new mathematical, physical, and engineering needs. Depending on the final number and experience of participants, more than a topic could be addressed by separate groups. A list of preliminary possible topics are listed below and will be selected based on the interests of participants.
- Half-day tutorial to introduce the coding days
- Population balance models and OpenQBMM
- Adaptive Mesh Refinement and a-posteriori error estimation
- Improved Lagrangian particle tracking and generalized Langevin dynamics
- Optimised Stokes solver for creeping flows
- Improved interphase tracking for capillary dominated flows
- Python/Julia seamless integration for automatised tasks and supercomputing environments (e.g., free from input/output files)
How to join:
Register through the link above and contact us if you would like to propose a new topic. If you are interested in joining only for the coding days (and not for the conference) we might be able to offer free or discounted registration. Please contact us for more information.
For information about OpenFOAM, please refer to the official website of the OpenFOAM foundation