Third Summer School on Computational Fluid Dynamics & SuperComputing

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Dear Users,

The Organizing Committee is delighted to announce the upcoming Third Edition of the Summer School on Computational Fluid Dynamics & SuperComputing, scheduled to take place at the Gran Sasso Institute, L’Aquila (Italy) from July 14th to July 19th, 2024.

The primary objective of the school is to acquaint participants with contemporary concepts in Computational Fluid Dynamics, with a specific focus on the implementation of high-fidelity methodologies (such as Large Eddy Simulation and Direct Numerical Simulation) on massively parallel, heterogeneous supercomputing platforms, encompassing both CPUs and GPUs.

Internationally renowned scientists will deliver the courses, covering a diverse array of topics including turbulent, multi-phase, and compressible flows, even in the presence of geometrical complexity. Additionally, advanced discussions on emerging computer paradigms will be included.

Each lecture will be complemented by dedicated tutorial hands-on sessions, leveraging remote High-Performance Computing (HPC) clusters.

The course is mainly targeted to PhD/post-doctoral researchers, but early-stage researchers will also certainly benefit.

The School is a fully in-person event.

Full information about the school can be found here.


Registrations here.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards,
HPC User Support – CINECA