The HiFiLeD Symposium, which will take place from September 22nd to 24th, and 100% online, will be focusing on all aspects related to the complexity, reliability, accuracy and uncertainties in generating the High-Fidelity LES/DNS data, to their application towards turbulence and transition modelling.
This event will provide an unparalleled space for academic researchers, graduate students, industrial engineers, as well as industrial R&D managers and consultants working in the fields of turbulent flow modelling, simulations, measurements and multidisciplinary CFD applications and want to learn more about your field.
What are the objectives of the symposium?
In recent years we have seen a significant evolution in the simulation of turbulent flows using CFD methods and has given rise to significant changes in the design processes of many areas of fluid mechanics.
With the advent and the growing availability of large scale computing power and facilities, a new area of turbulence research is opening with the ability to perform reliable high-fidelity large-eddy simulations (LES) and direct numerical simulations (DNS) for industrial relevant flow configurations.
What topics will be covered?
- Direct generation of High-Fidelity LES/DNS to fully predict complex flows, by capturing most or all of the relevant turbulent scales and interactions
- Analysing in-depth the underlying physics, supported in particular by new technologies of Machine Learning
- Confronting available turbulence and transition models, identifying their deficiencies, improving the range of validity of current models and generate new ones.
Who will be the main speakers?
- Philippe Spalart, Boeing, USA: Turbulence Research in the 21st Century
- Luc Vervisch, CORIA, France: Turbulent reactive flow simulation, from physical modelling to machine learning
- Mujeeb R. Malik, NASA, USA: Recent Progress in Computational Technology Development at NASA
- Stefan Hickel, TU Delft, Netherlands: Wall modelling in Large Eddy Simulations
- Peter Vincent, Imperial College London, UK: Application of high-order methods to the simulation of turbulent flows
How can I attend the event?
Tickets can only be sold online at the event’s website.
For more information and registration, click here