Conference on Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics (DSFD 2013), Yerevan, Armenia, July 2013
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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONSrn22nd Conference on the Discrete Simulation of Fluid DynamicsrnYerevan, Armeniarn15-19 July 2013rnrn(Second announcement)rnrnThe Organizing Committee of the international conference on the Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics is pleased to invite you to the 22nd such conference, DSFD 2013 <https://dsfd2013.aua.am>, to be held on the campus of the American University of Armenia <http://aua.am> in the beautiful and historic city of Yerevan, Armenia <http://vimeo.com/52708369> from 15-19 July 2013. The conference web page can be found here: <https://dsfd2013.aua.am>. At this time, abstract submission is extended until at least 14 April 2013.rnrnWe are pleased to confirm presentations by the following (partial) list of participants:rnrnSomayeh Ahmadi (Tarbiat Modares University Tehran, Iran)rnRegina Ammer (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)rnSantosh Ansumali (Jawaharlal Nehru Centre, Bangalore, India)rnJoerg Bernsdorf (German Research School for Simulation Sciences, Aachen, Germany)rnBruce Boghosian (American University of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia)rnSimon Bogner (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)rnJean Pierre Boon (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)rnGianluca Caterina (Endicott College, USA)rnPeter Coveney (University College London, UK)rnPaul Dellar (Oxford University, UK)rnDibo Dong (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)rnFrançois Dubois (University Paris Sud, Orsay, France)rnReza Ejtehadi (Sharif University of Technology, Iran)rnGiacomo Falcucci (University of Naples “Parthenope”, Italy)rnEric Foard (University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, Italy)rnGiuseppe Gonnella (Università di Bari, Italia)rnJens Harting (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)rnTakaji Inamuro (Kyoto University, Japan)rnEbrahim Javaran Jahanshahi (Shahid Bahonar University, Iran)rnFlorian Janoschek (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands)rnMiller Mendoza Jimenez (ETH Zürich, Suisse)rnIlia Karlin (Institut fur Energietechnik, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)rnEric Lorenz (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)rnPeter Love (Haverford College, USA)rnDavid Meyer (University of California, San Diego)rnLampros Mountrakis (University of Amsterdam, NL)rnRavi A. Patel (Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium)rnJuan Camilo Peña (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia)rnJanez Perko (Belgian Nuclear research Centre, Mol, Belgium)rnPaulo Cesar Philippi (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis SC, Brazil)rnMohammad Hassan Rahimian (University of Tehran, Iran)rnMarisol Ripoll (Institute of Complex Systems, Juelich, Germany)rnHesameddin Safari (University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran)rnSebastian Schmieschek (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands)rnPhilippe Seil (JKU Linz, Austria)rnXiaowen Shan (Beijing Research Center, COMAC, China)rnSpencer Smith (Mt. Holyoke College, USA)rnSauro Succi (Istituto Applicazioni del Calcolo, Rome, Italy)rnKosuke Suzuki (Kyoto University, Japan)rnFederico Toschi (Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands)rnStefano Ubertini (University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy)rnAlexander Wagner (North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA)rnAiguo Xu (Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics, China)rnMohamad Zalzale (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Suisse)rnrnThe DSFD series of conferences is the oldest and most established gathering devoted to lattice-based and particulate simulations of fluids. Founded in Los Alamos in 1986, the conference has been held in a wide variety of venues throughout the world over the years.rnrnBecause discrete computational fluid dynamic algorithms are very well suited for parallel and multi-threaded computation, work in this area tends to break new ground in computer science and computational science. Because the method of simulation extends to models of complex fluids, such as multiphase and amphiphilic flow, liquid crystals and non-Newtonian fluids, there is interest from many different areas of the natural sciences as well. The DSFD conferences are therefore truly interdisciplinary, and include participants from computer science, computational science, physics, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, and many other specialties.rnrnPlease consider submitting an oral or poster presentation to DSFD 2013. Registration is already open. If you have any questions about the meeting, please use the convenient web form <https://dsfd2013.aua.am/contact-us/> to contact us, or write to us by e-mail <mailto:email@example.com>. We look forward to seeing you in Yerevan in July!rnrnSincerely,rnThe Organizing Committee for DSFD 2013rnBruce Boghosian, ChairrnRubina DanilovarnAram HajianrnSuren Khachatryan
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