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Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics I n t e r n a t i o n a l    P a r a l l e l    C F D
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Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands
May 21-23, 2001
Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics

2001 Submission of Papers

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The Parallel CFD 2001 conference is organized by

Delft University of Technology

in collaboration with

National Aerospace Laboratory NLR and J.M. Burgers Centre .

The Challenges
Teraflop CFD
Industrial and Environmental

P r o g r a m : includes features, themes, and special emphases
A b s t r a c t : includes abstract format and submission procedures
R e g i s t r a t i o n : includes online registration form
C o n t a c t : includes contact information for your location
F o r e i g n : information about Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.
D i r e c t i o n : includes directing committee
___________________________________________P r o g r a m

Parallel CFD 2001, the thirteenth in an international series of meetings on computational fluid dynamics for parallel computers, will be held from May 21-23, 2001 in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands. The technical program planned for the 3-day conference features nine invited speakers and three tracks of contributed presentations.

The conference covers all relevant subjects with practical and industrial issues as one of the traditional highlights. Keywords are: industrial applications, turbulence, reactive flow, multiphase flow, multiphysics flow, environmental flow, parallel unstructured solvers, parallel mesh generation, parallel flow visualization, parallel software tools, parallel performance monitoring and parallel linear solvers for implicit fluid problems (domain decomposition, multigrid, Krylov methods). In 2001 special attention will be paid to multidisciplinary questions using parallel computers for their solution and the use of parallel flow solvers as a building block therein (optimal design, parameter sensitivity, parameter estimation, reliability analysis).

Keynote Lectures (alphabetical order):
  • Frederic Challot, Dassault Aviation, France
    Parallel CFD: a day-to-day industrial experience
  • Charbal Farhat, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, USA
      CFD based solution of a class of unsteady flow problems: a changing future
  • Leonhard Kleiser, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
      Large-scale simulation of fundamental fluid problems
  • Norbert Kroll, DLR Inst. of Design Aerodynamics, Germany
      Parallel large scale computations for aerodynamic aircraft design
  • Simon de Leeuw, Delft Univ. of Technology, The Netherlands
      Parallel simulation of fluid flow using the Lattice Boltzmann equation
  • Peter Lyster, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
      High performance computing and Kalman filtering for atmospheric data assimilation
  • Gerard Meurant, CEA, France
      Large scale CFD computations at CEA
  • Koji Morinishi, Kyoto Inst. of Technology, Japan
      Parallel computation of gridless type solver for unsteady flow problems
  • Harmen van der Ven, National Aerospace Laboratory, The Netherlands
      Space-Time discontinuous Galerkin methods for petaflop applications

Industrial Day:
At Tuesday May 22. ParCFD 2001 will host a MACSInet Industrial Day, jointly organized with the working group 'Affordable Computing' of MACSInet. The program is mainly plenary, involves top experts from industry and scientific institutions, and will present the state of the art in relation with present and future needs for both hardware, software and target problems. The program includes a round-table, an exhibition and promotional activities. The schedule of this day is available below. A reduced fee is offered for attending May 22 only.

Schedule and Program

Sunday May 20
Monday May 21
Tuesday May 22, MACSInet/ParCFD Industrial Day
Wednesday May 23
  08.00 Registration 08.00 Registration  
08.30 Opening 08.30 Opening 08.30 Keynote lectures
08.45 Keynote lectures 08.45 Keynote lecture
09.30 Plenary presentations
10.15 Break 10.30 Exhibition, break 10.00 Break
10.45 Parallel presentations 11.30 Parallel presentations 10.25 Parallel presentations
12.30 Lunch 12.30 Lunch 12.30 Lunch
13.30 Keynote lectures 13.30 Company presentation, Platform Computing 13.30 Parallel presentations
14.00 Plenary presentations
15.00 Break 15.30 Exhibition, break 14.45 Break
16.00 Early registration 15.30 Parallel presentations 16.30 Keynote lecture 15.00 Keynote lecture
17.15 Round table, closure 15.45 Closing remarks
18.00 Welcome reception, courtesy  of  NLR 18.30 Buffet dinner, courtesy of Delft  Hydraulics 18.15 Exhibition with reception, courtesy of Cray  
19.30 Conference dinner, courtesy of Compaq

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___________________________________________A b s t r a c t s

  Deadline for Abstracts     March 1, 2001

Notification of Acceptance    March 15, 2001

Deadline Early Registration    April 1, 2001

Deadline Junior Scientist Program    April 1, 2001

Deadline Hotel and Early Registration    April 15, 2001

PCFD 2001    May 21-23, 2001

Full Paper Submission    September 1, 2001

Extended Abstracts (2-4 pages), amplifying parallel aspects, can be submitted by email to: the deadline of submission is March 1, 2001. Authors will be notified of acceptance before March 15, 2001. We prefer to receive the abstracts as plain postscript or pdf files. If compression is necessary, then we recommend the usage of shar, gzip or compress. We will also accept abstracts in Word format (Word 7 or higher). In this case the preferable way of submission is by means of a straightforward attachment. The abstract must contain the email address of the corresponding author and one or two keywords that enable the program director to give the presentation the best place in a suitable session.The preferable page size for abstracts is A4. Refereed proceedings will be published by Elsevier/North-Holland. Deadline for submission of the full paper is September 01, 2001.

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___________________________________________R e g i s t e r

The conference will start at Monday May 21 and will end Wednesday May 23 in the late afternoon. Note that Thursday May 24 is Ascension day, a national holiday in the Netherlands.

Registration can be done in any of the following ways:

- By completing and the Online registration form
- By mailing or faxing the offline registration form to the secretariat.
form in postscript format
form in pdf format
- On site at the conference.

The registration fee is Dfl 1000 with a surcharge of Dfl 150 for registrations made after April 15, 2001. This includes admission to all technical sessions and social events, including the conference dinner on Tuesday, the buffet dinner on Monday, the welcome reception at Sunday and three lunches, as well as a book of abstracts and the proceedings of the conference. For attendance of May 22 only, we can offer a reduced fee of Dfl 450, including admission on May 22, one lunch and conference dinner, the book of abstracts and the conference proceedings.

Rooms are available at the conference hotel at a daily rate of Dfl 150 for a single room and Dfl 210 for a double room (including breakfast, excluding tourist tax). Reservations should be made via the conference secretariat. Rooms are guaranteed for reservations made before April 15, 2001. Reservations after that date can only be taken into account if rooms are still available.

Delft University and AMIF-ESF have decided to support junior researchers, contributing actively to the meeting.Junior researchers are researchers that do not yet have a permanent position. Written applications must be submitted to the conference secretariat with an accompanying letter from the institute/supervisor confirming the junior researcher status. Deadline of submission is April 01, 2001. A grant, covering the registration fee and lodging expenses for three nights at Hotel Zuiderduin, is offered. Support will be given as long as resources permit. Applications will be treated on a first-come,first-served basis.

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____________________________________________C o n t a c t

Contacts can be made via the Conference Secretariat or via one of the Regional Representatives.

Conference Secretariat
Dineke Heersma
Delft University of Technology
Fac. Of Mechanical Engineering
2628 CD Delft
The Netherlands
Telephone: +31 15 278 6868
Fax: +31 15 278 2440

U S A and Other
Pat Fox
799 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5160, USA
David Emerson
CLRC, Daresburg Laboratory
Daresbury; Warrington WA4 4AD
United Kingdom
Tel: +44(1)925-603221
Fax: +44(1)925-603634
Nobuyuki Satofuka
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Tel: +81(75)7247313
Fax: +81(75)7247390

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____________________________________________F o r e i g n

The conference hotel, Hotel Zuiderduin in Egmond aan Zee, is located right along the sea shortly behind the dunes and has modern facilities, like sport rooms, beauty center, swimming pool and sauna. Hotel Zuiderduin can be reached conveniently from the international airport Schiphol in approximately one hour.

Egmond aan Zee is a small idyllic town along the seashore near Amsterdam with pronounced beach facilities. In spring, the climate is normally mild. Egmond aan Zee is a good starting point for a tourists visit to Amsterdam, and also to historic towns like Alkmaar, Naarden, Haarlem and Muiden. The first records on the village of Egmond, a city a few kilometres inland, date from 690 AD. The distance to Amsterdam is about 40 kilometres. The regional tourist office can be consulted for more information about the area.

Transport to Hotel Zuiderduin
By train/taxi: From Schiphol Airport to train station Amsterdam Sloterdijk (approx. 10 min., four trains each hour). At train station Amsterdam Sloterdijk, take a train to Alkmaar/Den Helder, and exit at train station Heiloo (approx. 30 min., three trains each hour). Take a taxi to Egmond aan Zee (10 min.). Details on how to obtain cheap tickets for the taxi (below Euro 5) will be presented in due course. Details on the train schedule can be found here.

By car: TLeave Schiphol via A4 in the direction Amsterdam. Switch directly to A9 in the direction Haarlem/Alkmaar. At roundabout Alkmaar take direction Heiloo/Den Helder. After third traffic ligth turn left to Egmond. Follow signs Egmond aan Zee. In Egmond aan Zee drive straigth onto the Y-junction. Follow sign "centrum'. Follow sign "Strand-Zuid" to the "Admiraal de Ruyterweg" which moves straight onto the "Zeeweg". Egmond aan Zee

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__________________________________________D i r e c t i o n

International Scientific Organizing Committee
R.K. Agarwal, Wichita State University, USA B. Chetverushkin, Academy of Science, Russia
A. Ecer, IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology, USA D R. Emerson, Daresbury Laboratory, Great Britain
P. Fox, IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology, USA M. Garbey, University of Lyon, France
A. Geiger, Debis Systemhaus, Germany C.B. Jenssen, Statoil, Norway
D. Keyes, Old Dominion University, USA T. Kvamsdal, SINTEF, Norway
C. A. Lin, Tsing Hua University, Taiwan I. Lopez, NASA Glenn, USA
D. McCarthy, Boeing, USA J. McDonough, University of Kentucky, USA
J. Periaux, Dassault Aviation, France N. Satofuka, Kyoto Institute, Japan
P. Schiano, CIRA, Italy A. Sugavanam, IBM, USA
M.E. S. Vogels, Aerospace Lab. NLR, The Netherlands P.Wilders, TU Delft, The Netherlands

European Organizing Committee
D.R. Emerson, Daresbury Laboratory, Great Britain J. Periaux, Dassault Aviation, France
A. Quarteroni, EPF-Lausanne, Switzerland P. Wesseling, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Local Organizing Committee
A.W. Heemink, Co-chair, TU Delft M.E.S. Vogels, Aerospace Lab. NLR, NL
P. Wesseling, Co-chair, TU Delft P.Wilders, TU Delft

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_____________________________F I N A N C I A L   A S S I S T A N C E

For Further Information Contact:

Dineke Heersma
Delft University of Technology
Fac. Of Mechanical Engineering
2628 CD Delft
The Netherlands
Telephone: +31 15 278 6868
Fax: +31 15 278 2440

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