Palazzo Mostre e Congressi “G. Morra”, Alba, Italy
Parallel CFD is an annual international conference devoted to the discussion of recent developments and applications of parallel computing in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and related disciplines.
Over the years, the conference sessions have involved papers on parallel algorithms, numerical methods and challenging applications in science and engineering, from academia and industry.
Multi-phase Flows and Chemical Engineering Applications
Atmospheric and Ocean Modelling
Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification (VVUQ) in CFD Modelling
Turbulence, Combustion and Acoustics
Multi-disciplinary Design Optimisation
Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Applications
Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
Software Frameworks and C/G-PU Computing
AI and Machine Learning for CFD
Prof. D. Marchisio from Politecnico di Torino
Dr. S. Rolfo from UKRI.
Dr Rupak Biswas from NASA, who will present NASA’s effort in quantum computing;
Dr Evangelos Floros from EuroHPH, who will present the EU commission endeavour into Exascale Computing;
Dr. Elisabetta De Angelis with a talk about simulation of non-Newtonian fluids;
Prof. Koji Fukagata with a lecture on application of Neural Network to fluid flow Analysis;
Prof. Roberto Verzicco with a lecture on Multiphysics simulation of blook flows in the heart.
The conference has also a long-standing tradition of organising dedicated mini symposia on hot topic challenges in the field and proposed by the community.
MS1. Convergence of Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing for Computational Fluid Dynamics organised by several European institutions (Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Centre Européen de Recherche et de Formation Avancée en Calcul Scientifique) on the convergence between HPC and AI
MS2. Advanced HPC algorithms for pre-exascale CFD simulations on heterogeneous supercomputers with a very international horizon and contribution from Technical University of Catalonia, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics in Russia, STFC Daresbury Laboratory in the UK, Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Global Scientific Information and Computing Center in Japan and dedicated to software development for exascale computing
MS3. Solutions, ideas, and perspectives for CFD, HPC and Exascale computing with a very industrial focus on hardware solution for CFD at exascale and organised by CINECA and Amazon Web Services. Several HPC large vendors, such as NVIDIA and AMS, and small, such as E4 Computer Engineering will contribute to the event.
MS4. High-performance lattice Boltzmann computing and its application centred around the LBM, its implementation in HPC exascale environment and its application to industrial relevant problems particularly in air quality. The session is organised by University of Leeds and STFC Daresbury Laboratory.
MS5. CFD for supersonic and hypersonic aerodynamics dealing with a new interest in hypersonic aerodynamic for civil transport applications and organised by STFC Daresbury Laboratory and Delft University of Technology
MS6. High order Finite Difference schemes for large scale CFD simulations on of the most used numerical techniques and its application to large scale CFD simulations towards exascale computing. This MS is organised by Imperial College London and Cambridge University.