BACK 03/11/2022

PATC: Introduction to high-fidelity combustion simulations using HPC

Date: 03/Nov/2022

 

Time: 09:00 – 18:15

 

Place: The course format will be online via Zoom.

 

Target group: Target audience: Under-graduate and graduate students, Ph.D. students, junior researchers (academia and industry) with some knowledge in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

 

Objectives: This PATC will focus on presenting the role that high-fidelity simulations using HPC can make and provide an introduction to the state-of-the-art in numerical simulations of combustion systems.

 

Learning outcomes: Be given state-of the art advanced methodologies for combustion simulations

 

Convener: Daniel Mira, Propulsion Technologies Group Leading Researcher, CASE Department – BSC
Lecturers: Benedicte Cuenot (CERFACS), Laurent Gicquel (CERFACS), Daniel Mira (BSC), Eduardo Perez (BSC), Temistocle Grenga (RWTH).

 

Agenda:

 

9:00-10:00     Part 1: Fundamentals of combustion: laminar flames (Benedicte Cuenot, CERFACS)
10:00-11:00    Part 2: Fundamentals of combustion: laminar flames (Benedicte Cuenot, CERFACS)
11:00-11:15      Break
11:15-12:15      Turbulent combustion (Laurent Gicquel, CERFACS)
12:15-13:15     Exascale-enabling technologies for Combustion: CoEC project: scope & objectives (Leonardo Pachano, BSC)
13:15-14:00    Lunch
14:00-15:00   HPC Methodologies for combustion (Eduardo Perez, BSC)
15:00-16:00   Part 1: ML-based methodologies for combustion (Temistocle Grenga, RWTH)
16:00-16:15    Break
16:15-17:15     Part 2: ML-based methodologies for combustion (Temistocle Grenga, RWTH)
17:15-18:15     Interactive supercomputing for in-situ analysis (Jens Gobbert, JSC)

 

 

Registration period: 5 September 2022 – 24 October 2022

 

Register here: https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1409/registrations/1047/

 

More information on the PATC website: https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1409/overview