The workshop will highlight and give visibility to ongoing efforts in applied mathematics, numerical analysis, and computer science that are key to the next generation of algorithms for CFD. Topics that form the focus of the workshop include:

  • variable order nonlinearly stable algorithms for compressible flows in complex geometries
  • efficient and robust adaptive mesh refinement (AMR)
  • fluid-structure interaction
  • positivity preservation
  • stability of laminar flows and transition to turbulence
  • uncertainty quantification and global sensitivity analysis in CFD
  • predictive flow simulation of natural and built environments
  • applications of CFD in the aerospace and oil industries

The workshop will take place on the KAUST campus and will bring together leading engineers and mathematicians from universities, governments, and industry around the world.

Confirmed speakers

  • Antony Jameson, Stanford University (Keynote)
  • Chi-Wang Shu, Brown University (Keynote)
  • Remi Abgrall, Universitat Zurich
  • Mark Carpenter, NASA LaRC
  • Phillip Colella, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Benjamin Duda, EXA Corporation
  • Ehab Elsaadawy, Saudi Aramco Oil Company
  • David Fernandez, University of Toronto
  • Catherine Gorle, Stanford University
  • Jean-Luc Guermond, Texas A&M University
  • Siddartha Mishra, ETH Zurich
  • Mikael Mortensen, University of Oslo
  • Pedro Paredes, NASA LaRC
  • Manuel Torrilhon, RWTH-Aachen
  • Ricardo Vinuesa, KTH
  • Organizing Committee

    • Matteo Parsani
    • David Ketcheson
    • David Keyes
    • Ravi Samtaney
    Additional information will be posted here as it becomes available.