Tuesday, September 8, 2015

An Update on the International Workshops on High-Order CFD Methods

The most recent workshop, the 3rd International Workshop on High-Order CFD Methods, took place on January 3-4, 2015 just before the 53rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida (Orlando). The workshop was co-chaired by H.T. Huynh of NASA Glenn Research Center and Norbert Kroll of DLR, and sponsored by NASA,  AIAA, DLR and the Army Research Office.

Participants came from all over the world, including students, researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government labs. A wide variety of methods were covered by the attendees. The final agenda and other details from the Workshop are contained on the following NASA web site:


There are still many unfinished businesses, including high-order mesh generation, robust error estimates and hp-adaptations, and efficient solution methods on extreme scale parallel computers. Please mark your calendar for the 4th Workshop which will take place in the breathtaking Greek island, Crete, on the 3rd and 4th of June 2016 just before the Eccomas / 6th European Conference on CFD (ECFD VI). ECCOMAS will feature a dedicated minisymposium, during which selected participants  will be able to present their results. The Workshop cases and other details are contained here:

Hope to see many of you in Greece!

1 comment:

  1. Dear Dr. Wang,

    I have seen your recent paper as "meshcurve: An Automated Low-Order to High-Order Mesh Generator". In the paper it is said that a tool under the name of "meshcurve" is developed by your group to convert linear unstructured meshes to curved high-order meshes and it is going to be released soon.
    Would you mind please informing me about its approximate release date?

    Best Regards,