True to the theme of the Symposium, the invited talks told stories of how some of the best-known CFD algorithms came into existence, and ventured bold predictions on where CFD might be heading. Simply put, the quality of the invited talks was amazing. At the banquet, former students and colleagues of JRV shared fond memories and stories, many told for the very first time, and the audience could not help bursting into laughs for extended periods of time. It was so much fun, as illustrated by some of the photos posted here.
In order to record history, all the talks will be posted here. I am also attaching several photos. In 30 years, we will all exclaim how young we looked in 2013 and how we managed to gather many of the rock-stars of CFD in one place!
|Attendees of the JRV Symposium|
|A Joyous Moment with the NASA Caps, L-R: H.T. Huynh, Bram van Leer, Phil Roe, Antony Jameson and Z.J. Wang|
|The KU Gang and the Honorees|