JARA-HPC organizes mini-symposium on ECCOMAS ECCM ECFD 2018
This year, Dr. Andreas Lintermann from the SimLab “Highly Scalable Fluids & Solids Engineering”, JARA-HPC, jointly organized the mini-symposium “HPC-Based simulations for the wide industrial realm: aerospace, automotive, bio, construction, heavy…” on ECCOMAS ECCM ECFD 2018 in Glasgow, UK, together with Prof. Makoto Tsubokura Ph.D., Complex Phenomena Unified Simulation Research Team, RIKEN Center for Computational Science, Japan, Prof. Takayuki Aoki Dr. Sci., Aoki Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, and Mariano Vazquez Ph.D., High Performance Computational Mechanics Group, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain. The event took place from June, 11 to June 15, 2018 and brought together experts from the computational structural mechanics and computational fluid dynamics community. With twenty-four submissions on various topics ranging from fan aeroacoustics, tsunami simulations, and applications from the automotive industry, over different numerical methods to simulate complex multi-physics problems, to HPC topics such as energy-aware performance engineering and GPU computing, the mini-symposium was a straight success. With his talk on the simulation framework Zonal Flow Solver (ZFS) that is developed at the Institute of Aerodynamics and Chair of Fluid Mechanics (AIA), RWTH Aachen University, and supported by the SimLab, Dr. Lintermann was able to present resent cutting-edge research results to his colleagues. The photo shows three of the four organizers of the mini-symposium. From left to right: Prof. Takayuki Aoki Dr. Sci., Prof. Makoto Tsubokura Ph.D., and Dr. Andreas Lintermann.