|Chicago Workshop on Adaptive Mesh Refinement Methods|
|The aim of the Chicago Workshop is to bring together theorists and practitioners involved in the development and application of structured adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) methods.|
|Date:||September 3, 2003 - September 5, 2003|
|Location:||Kersten Physics Teaching Center, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Organizer:||The ASCI/Alliances Flash Centerfor Astrophysical Thermonuclear FlashesUniversity of Chicago|
|Special Fields:||Theoretical Fluid Dynamics, Adaptivity|
|Deadlines:||July 7, 2003 (abstract), August 13, 2003 (registration)|
|Type of Event:||Workshop, International|
Workshop topics will include AMR theory, applications, numerical methods, and software development from the perspective of academics, national lab scientists, and reasearchers in industry. The performance of several AMR implementations on a suite of benchmark fluid flow problems will be compared in a special session.
The objectives of the workshop are
We invite submissions for contributed papers (to be presented at the workshop and included in the proceedings), posters, and results for the benchmark problems. To register, enter a submission, and find more information, please visit our website at http://flash.uchicago.edu/amr2003.
* SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE *
Gabrielle Allen, David Brown, Phil Colella, Rosa Donat, Sam Falle, Sandip Ghosal, Rich Hornung, David Keyes, Alexei Khokhlov, Randy LeVeque, Rainald Loehner, Ewald Mueller, Nikolaos Nikiforakis, Mike Norman, Manish Parashar
* LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE *
Timur Linde, Tomek Plewa, Bob Rosner, Andrew Siegel, Greg Weirs.
* CONTACT ADDRESS *
Carrie Eder Chicago AMR Workshop The ASCI Flash Center www: http://www.flash.uchicago.edu/amr2003 The University of Chicago email: email@example.com 5640 S. Ellis, RI 468 ph: +1-773-834-2057 Chicago, IL 60637, USA fax: +1-773-834-3230
|Event record first posted on February 15, 2003, last modified on February 17, 2003|