ParCFD'2023
34th International Conference on
Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics
: May 2023


Past Conferences
2 0 2 2    Alba, ITALY
2 0 2 1    Nice, FRANCE
2 0 1 9    Antalya, TURKIYE
2 0 1 8    Indianapolis Indiana, USA
2 0 1 7    Glasgow, Scotland, UK
2 0 1 6    Kobe, JAPAN
2 0 1 5    Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
2 0 1 4    Trondheim, NORWAY
2 0 1 3    Changsha, Hunan, CHINA
2 0 1 2    Atlanta, Georgia, USA
2 0 1 1    Barcelona, SPAIN
2 0 1 0    Kaohsiung, TAIWAN
2 0 0 9    Moffett Field, California, USA
2 0 0 8    Lyon, FRANCE
2 0 0 7    Antalya, TURKIYE
2 0 0 6    Busan, SOUTH KOREA
2 0 0 5    University of Maryland, Washington, D.C., USA
2 0 0 4    Gran Canaria, Canary Island, SPAIN
2 0 0 3    Moscow, RUSSIA
2 0 0 2    Kansai Science City, JAPAN
2 0 0 1    Egmond aan Zee, The NETHERLANDS
2 0 0 0    Trondheim, NORWAY
1 9 9 9    Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
1 9 9 8    Hsinchu, TAIWAN
1 9 9 7    Manchester, ENGLAND
1 9 9 6    Capri, ITALY
1 9 9 5    Pasadena, California, USA
1 9 9 4    Kyoto, JAPAN
1 9 9 3    Paris, FRANCE
1 9 9 2    New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
1 9 9 1    Stuttgart, GERMANY
1 9 9 0    Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
1 9 8 9    Manhattan Beach, California, USA

Conference Proceedings

Conference Objectives
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a discipline that has always been in the vanguard of the exploitation of emerging and developing technologies. The CFD community in its quest for more accurate simulations and reductions in the time to solution have rapidly absorbed advances in both algorithms and computers. Within this context, parallel computing has played an increasingly important role. Parallel computing has become a common tool for scientific computations on computer system from most high-end ten TeraFLOPS machines to low-end commodity PC clusters. Moreover, the uptake of parallel computing has brought the CFD community into ever-closer contact with hardware vendors and computer scientists. The multidisciplinary subject of parallel CFD and its rapidly evolving nature, in terms of hardware and software, requires a regular international meeting of this nature to keep abreast of the most recent developments.

Parallel CFD is an annual conference series dedicated to the discussion of recent developments and applications of parallel computing in the field of CFD and related disciplines. Since the inaugural conference in 1989, many new developments and technologies have emerged. The intervening years have also proved to be extremely volatile for many hardware vendors and a number of companies appeared and then disappeared. However, the belief that parallel computing is the only way forward has remained undiminished. Supercomputers or High Performance Computers in recent terminology all utilize parallel architectures and parallel processing. Parallel technology developed for these machines are now applied to broadband of parallel computers. Moreover, the increasing reliability and acceptance of parallel computers has seen many commercial companies now offering parallel versions of their codes for parallel processors. It is clear that industry is moving to parallel systems and it has shown a keen interest in parallel systems recognizing that parallel computing will play an important role in the future. Over the years, the meeting sessions involved papers on parallel algorithms, developments in software tools and environments, unstructured mesh applications, combustion, industrial applications, climate modeling, atmospheric and oceanic global simulation, interdisciplinary application, and evaluation of computer architectures ranging from high-end to low-end systems.


International Advisory Committee
Ramesh K. Agarwal, Washington University, USA
Hasan Akay, Atilim University, Turkiye
Ron Bailey, NASA-Ames Research Center, USA
Lorena Barba, George Washington University, USA
Rupak Biswas, NASA-Ames Research Center, USA
Gunther Brenner, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany
Akin Ecer, IUPUI, USA
David R. Emerson, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
Jocelyne Erhel, SAGE INRIA-team, France
Marco Fossati, University of Strathclyde, UK
Wagdi Habashi, McGill University, Canada
Guillaume Houzeaux, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
David E. Keyes, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Trond Kvamsdal, SINTEF, Norway
Jang-Hyuk Kwon, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Keqin Li, Hunan University, China
Chao-An Lin, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Kenichi Matsuno, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
James McDonough, University of Kentucky, USA
Koji Morinishi, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
Sergey Peigin, Israel Aircraft Industries, Israel
Pasquale Schiano, Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali, Italy
Daniela di Serafino, Seconda Università degli studi di Napoli, Italy
Matthew Smith, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Damien Tromeur-Dervout, Université Claude Bernard Lyon I, France
Ismail H. Tuncer, Middle East Technical University, Turkiye
Jong-Shinn Wu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Huidan (Whitney) Yu, IUPUI, USA
Emeritus Members
Shahrouz Aliabadi, Jackson State University, USA
Boris Chetverushkin, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Anil Deane, University of Maryland, USA
Pat Fox, IUPUI, USA
Marc Garbey, University of Houston, USA
Ulgen Gulcat, Istanbul Technical University, Turkiye
Isaac Lopez, Army Research Laboratory NASA Glenn, USA
Charlie Nietubicz, Battelle, USA
Jacques Periaux, Dassault Aviation, France
Nobuyuki Satofuka, University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Gerhard Wellein, University of Erlangen, Germany

Contact
For information regarding the International Parallel CFD Conference please contact:
Prof. Hasan Akay
Chair
Departments of Automotive and Civil Engineering
Atilim University
Ankara, Turkiye
Phone: +90-312-586-8331
E-mail: hasan.akay@atilim.edu.tr

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