23/7/14    16:30 - 18:30
Finite Element Methods and High-Performance Computing for Environmental Fluid Mechanics II
Minisymposium organized by Ethan Kubatko and Kazuo Kashiyama
Room: Salon Club
Chair: Kazuo Kashiyama
Pressure forcing and time splitting for Discontinuous Galerkin approximations to layered ocean models (Keynote Lecture)
Robert L. Higdon

Mesh generation techniques for representing complex coastal watersheds and floodplains
Dustin W. West and Ethan Kubatko

Large scale tsunami simulation by a particle method and its 3D visualization
Mitsuteru Asai, Kazuo Kashiyama, Kenjiro Terada, Shuji Moriguchi and Mao Kurumatani

Achieving efficient solutions to the shallow water equations with high-order Discontinuous Galerkin methods
Benjamin A. Yeager and Ethan Kubatko

2D salinity calculations for lower St. Johns River using Discontinuous Galerkin methods
Peter Bacopoulos, Ethan Kubatko and Scott C. Hagen

An LES-like stabilization of the spectral element solution of the Euler equations for atmospheric flows
Simone Marras and Francis X. Giraldo