20 - 22 of May 2014 Trondheim Norway
 
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Tuesday, May 20th


08:00 - 13:00
REGISTRATION


08:45 - 09:00
Welcome and Opening Address

09:00 - 10:30
PLENARY LECTURES I
TuMP
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Akin Ecer
CoChair: Trond Kvamsdal

NASA Advanced Computing Environment for Science and Engineering
R. Biswas and P. Mehrotra

High performance adaptive finite element computation of turbulent flow and fluid-structure interaction
J. Hoffman


10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
Mathematical Models and Numerical Methods TuM1
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Johan Hoffman

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Parallel Preconditioners for 3D Global Reactive Transport

F. Pacull, P.-M. Gibert, S. Sabit, J. Erhel and D. Tromeur-Dervout

The numerical simulation of current induced sediment processes using a three--dimensional two--phase flow model
M. Burkow and M. Griebel

Parallel computing approach of moment base two-phase lattice Boltzmann method
K. Morinishi and T. Fukui

Space-Time DPG: Designing a Method for Massively Parallel CFD
T. Ellis, L. Demkowicz, N. Roberts, J. Chan and R. Moser

Data Assimilation for Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Combustion
X. Gao and J. Liu

GPU Computations TuM2
Room: Cosmos 3B
Chair: Arne Morten Kvarving

Hybrid MPI-CUDA Implementation of Unstructured Navier-stokes Solver focusing on CG Preconditioners
G. Oyarzun, R. Borrell, A. Gorobets, O. Lehmkuhl and A. Oliva

Fighting against massively parallel accelerators of various architectures for the efficiency of finite-volume parallel CFD codes
A. Gorobets, F.X. Trias and A. Oliva

A Load Balancing Algorithm Applied to Multi-GPU Simulations of Tsunamis Generated by Landslides
M. de la Asunción, J.M. Mantas and M.J. Castro

Multi-CPU and multi-GPU hybrid computations of multi-scale scalar transport.
J.M. Etancelin, G.H. Cottet, F. Pérignon and C. Picard

Parallel computation on a large number of GPUs by the DSMC method
A. Kashkovsky



13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break

14:30 - 16:30
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
ParCFD Applications I TuA1
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Yuri Bazilevs

Lessons learned on PRACE project DRAGON - Understanding the DRAG crisis: On the flow past a circular cylinder from critical to trans-critical Reynolds numbers
O. Lehmkuhl, I. Rodriguez, J. Chiva, R. Borrell and A. Oliva

Unstructured Parallel Computation using Euler and Navier-Stokes Equations
M. Yamakawa, Y. Ikuno, K. Matsuno, S. Asao and T. Inomoto

Parallelization strategy for adaptive mesh refinement and its application in turbulent flows
O. Antepara, R. Borrell, O. Lehmkuhl and A. Oliva

Unstructured Moving-Grid Finite-Volume Method for Incompressible Flows - Boomerang.
T. Inomoto, K. Matsuno, M. Yamakawa and S. Asao

Performance Studies TuA2
Room: Cosmos 3B
Chair: Damien Tromeur-Dervout

Modeling and analyzing performance for highly optimized propagation steps of the lattice Boltzmann method on sparse lattices
M. Wittmann, T. Zeiser, G. Hager and G. Wellein

A performance comparison of two dimensional Fourier pseudo spectral Navier-Stokes solvers on Blue Gene and accelerated supercomputers
B. Muite, H. Servat and B.  Cloutier

Optimizing the FASTEST-3D CFD code for massive parallelism.
C. Scheit, K. Nusser, G. Hager, S. Beckerr, T. Zeiser and G. Wellein

Software integration for coupled fluid-structure interaction simulation on hybrid HPC platforms.
S. Kopysov, I. Kuzmin, L. Tonkov and N. Nedozhogin

Enabling programming model customization to exploit domain-specific information for CFD on heterogeneous architectures
S. Guzik, X. Gao, C. Olschanowsky and C. Liao



18:30 - 21:00
Welcome Buffet at Marine Ocean Basin


Wednesday, May 21st

09:00 - 10:30
PLENARY LECTURES II
WeMP
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: David Emerson
CoChair: Trond Kvamsdal

INCOMPACT3D: A powerful tool to tackle turbulence problems on supercomputers
S. Laizet

FSI Modeling and simulation of onshore and offshore wind turbines at full scale
Y. Bazilevs, A. Korobenko , X. Deng and J. Yan


10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
Turbulence Modeling WeM1
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Sylvain Laizet

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Parallelization of an Implicit Large-Eddy Simulation Code with OpenMP

J. McDonough and T. Tang

New discretizations and regularization models for LES
F.X. Trias, D. Folch, A. Gorobets and A. Oliva

The Impact of Emerging Supercomputer Architecture on FSI Algorithms
R. Khurram, B. Hadri and S. Feki

GPU-accelerated Lattice Boltzmann method for decaying isotropic turbulence with/without rotation
H.W. Yu, R. Chen and L. Zhu

Turbulent flow simulation by various methods
I. Tanno, T. Hashimoto, T. Yasuda, Y. Tanaka, K. Morinishi and N. Satofuka

Numerical Methods I WeM2
Room: Cosmos 3B
Chair: Boris Chetverushkin

Active subdomain selection for efficient parallel computation of internal flows in complex geometry
K. Ono and J. Nonaka

Numerical and parallel efficiency of a purely algebraic linear solver for large-scale groundwater flow problems
L. Berenguer and D. Tromeur-Dervout

Direct Parallel Solvers for Fracture Flow Simulations
D. Shetty, D. Copeland and A. Lin

Parallel Computations of Multiple Falling Spheres in an Infinite Long Bending Pipe using Progressive Moving-grid Finite-volume Method
S. Asao, K. Matsuno, M. Yamakawa and T. Inomoto

Weighted graph strategies for the partitioning of computational fluid dynamics matrices
F. Pacull and D. Tromeur-Dervout



13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break

14:30 - 16:30
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
ParCFD Applications II WeA1
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Adil Rasheed

Parallel computations of air flow around wind turbine blades
A.M. Kvarving, R. Holdahl, T. Kvamsdal and A.  Rasheed

Two-dimensional flow past NACA0015 airfoil
K. Nordanger, T. Kvamsdal, R. Holdahl and A.M. Kvarving

Implicit Unstructured Computational Aerodynamics on Many-Integrated Core Architecture
M. Al Farhan and D. Keyes

Detached Eddy Simulation of Weapons Bay Flows and Store Separation
D. Kim, J.  Choi and O. Kwon

Design and Optimization of OpenFOAM-based CFD Applications for Hybrid and Heterogeneous HPC Platforms
A. Alonazi, D. Keyes, A. Lastovetsky and V. Rychkov

ParCFD Applications III WeA2
Room: Cosmos 3B
Chair: Rupak Biswas

Simulation of the oil storage process in the scopa of specialized insects.
A. Rüttgers, M. Griebel, L. Pastrik, H. Schmied, D. Wittmann, A. Scherrieble, A. Dinkelmann and T. Stegmaier

Blood flow simulator acceleration on Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor and NVIDIA GPUs
B. Hadri, S. Feki and M. Smaoui

Mixing Gas in a Section of a Fuel Assembly
C. Moulinec, J. Uribe, D.R. Emerson and D.R. Laurence

An efficient parallelization method for the evaluation of chemical reaction rates
J. Muela, R. Borrell, J. Ventosa, L. Jofre, O. Lehmkuhl and A. Oliva



19:00 - 23:00
Conference Banquet Dinner


Thursday, May 22nd

09:00 - 10:30
PLENARY LECTURES III
ThMP
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Trond Kvamsdal
CoChair: Håvard Holm

Multiscale Wind Modeling
A. Rasheed and T. Kvamsdal

Recent developments and perspectives in computational fluid dynamics for hydrodynamic applications
M. Visonneau


10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
Numerical Methods II ThA1
Room: Cosmos 3A
Chair: Carl Birger Jenssen

New IO Strategy for OpenFOAM on HPC Systems
H. Strandenes and B. Pettersen

The kinetic consistent method of MHD for high performance computing
B. Chetverushkin, N. D‘Ascenzo and V. Saveliev

Parallel Computation of Unsteady 3-D Wet-steam Flows in a Low Pressure Steam Turbine Multistage
S. Miyake, K. Okazaki, T. Furusawa, Y. Sasao and S. Yamamoto

ParCFD Applications IV ThA2
Room: Cosmos 3B
Chair: Michel Visonneau

LES of Cross Flow Around Two Interacting Ships Using High Performance Computing
T. Arslan, B. Pettersen and H.I. Andersson

Parallel Simulation of Three Dimensional MOCVD using an Approximate Riemann solver and Graphics Processing Units
M. Smith, J. Zhong and J. Zhang

Flow Dynamics of a Swirling Upward Laminar Impinging Jet Flow
C. Shekhar



13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break