NextSim partner Bernat Font presenting his work on turbulence models assessment

The European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences, more popularly known as ECCOMAS, is a scientific organisation that connects European associations with interests in the development and applications of computational methods in science and technology. Their main event is the biennial ECCOMAS Congress, which serves to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of state-of-the-art developments in scientific computing applied to engineering sciences. 

This year´s ECCOMAS Congress 2022 was held in Oslo, Norway from 5-9 June 2022. NextSim participated by organising a minisymposium titled “Towards Next Generation of Industrial Aerodynamical Simulation Tools” which took place on 8 June at 11:00 to 18:30. This event, convened by NextSim partners Oriol Lehmkuhl (BSC), Eusebio Valero (UPM) and Jordi Pons (CIMNE), gathered 16 presentations that focused on the latest developments in industrial aerodynamical simulation tools.

The NextSim presentations at this minisymposium are:

An Immersed Boundary Method for the CFD Solver Airbus-CODA
Víctor J. Llorente, Diego Lodares, Esteban Ferrer and Eusebio Valero

ritical evaluation of feature detection algorithms based on modal decomposition methods 
Beka Begiashvili, Jesús Garicano Mena, Soledad Le Clainche and Eusebio Valero Sánchez

A runtime-based dynamic mesh partitioning approach 
Giacomo Baldan, Ricard Borrell and Jens Jägersküpper

On the GPU-enabling techniques for Finite Elements CFD codes 
Lucas Gasparino, Guillaume Houzeaux, Filippo Spiga and Oriol Lehmkuhl

Turbulence models assessment using finite-volume and high-order methods for aeronautical applications 
Bernat Font, Fabio Naddei and Oriol Lehmkuhl

On highly scalable 2-level-parallel unstructured CFD 
Jens Jaegerskuepper