CALL FOR PAPERS:
The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Society of Canada is pleased to announce that its 25th Annual Conference will be held in Windsor, ON, Canada, from Sunday, June 18, 2017 until Wednesday, June 21, 2017.
SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE:
Advances in CFD technology and computing power have made CFD an attractive analysis and design tool for many industries. As the technology matures, it has become increasingly important that all sectors of the CFD community work together to meet the new challenges ahead. The Conference will encourage and promote collaborative research by bringing together CFD experts from academe, government and industry to discuss current and future issues in the development and application of CFD. Contributions from all sectors are solicited, across the full spectrum of CFD research and applications including, but not restricted to:
Atmospheric and Environmental Flows
Free Surface Flows
Heat and Mass Transfer
CFD2017 will be held at the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation at the University of Windsor, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The University campus is easily accessible from Windsor Airport as well as Detroit Metro Airport. Participants coming from the USA can enter Canada either via the Ambassador Bridge or the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel.
Arrangements have been made with several downtown hotels to offer a special rate to delegates. On-campus accommodation will also be available at the University of Windsor. The University is about a 30 minute walk from the downtown area, and is on a direct bus route. Information on bookings will be available on the CFD2017 conference website (under construction).
4 Keynote lectures (speakers TBA)
Special sessions on CFD in automotive, aerospace and civil engineering
Hardware and software vendor exhibits
Student paper competition
Panel discussion on future needs for CFD
Panel discussion on CFD education
Reception and banquet
Papers will be accepted on the basis of reviewed extended abstracts. Abstracts should be 4-6 pages in length, including figures, tables and references. Deadline for submission of abstracts is January 9, 2017. Format must follow the conference abstract template, (click here to download) or available by email request (see contact information below).
The official languages for CFD2017 will be English and French. Papers and presentations will be accepted in either language.The official languages for CFD2017 will be English and French. Papers and presentations will be accepted in either language.
January 9, 2017: Abstract submission
February 17, 2017: Notification of abstract acceptance or revisions required
March 3, 2017: Submission of revised abstract if necessary
March 10, 2017: Notification of revised abstract acceptance
May 15, 2017: Submission of final manuscript
May 15, 2017: Advanced registration and hotel bookings
Please download the Call for Papers here, and feel free to circulate to colleagues.
For More Information or a Copy of the Abstract Template, contact
R.M. Barron, CFD2017 Secretariat
Dept of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ontario, N9B 3P4, Canada
Phone: (519) 253-3000, ext. 3019
Fax: (519) 971-3649
We hope to see you all in Windsor in 2017.
CALL FOR PAPERS:
The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Society of Canada is pleased to announce that its 24th Annual Conference will be held in Kelowna, BC, Canada, from Sunday, June 26, 2016 until Wednesday, June 29, 2016. The conference will be located at the Delta Grand Okanagan Hotel and Conference Center with accommodation available either at the venue, surrounding hotels, or at UBC Okanagan campus. Technical sessions will span three days and will feature two keynote speakers. The conference will also feature a student paper competition and banquet. The banquet will be held on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.
The goal of the CFD Society of Canada is to promote computational fluid dynamics and to provide a framework for communication and collaboration between researchers, developers and practitioners, in industry, government and academia. The annual conferences draw together researchers in CFD to highlight recent advances and challenges encountered in a broad spectrum of application areas and to facilitate scientific and technical exchange. Paper submissions are encouraged in all topics of current interest in the field of CFD. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
• Multiphase and free surface flows
• Reacting flows and combustion
• Flows in porous media
• Environmental and biological flows
• Turbulence and turbulence modelling
• Aero-elasticity and aero-acoustics
• Algorithm development
• Mesh generation and adaptation
• Error estimation and control
24th Annual Conference of the CFD Society of Canada Papers will be selected based upon extended abstracts. Authors will be requested to submit extended abstracts in pdf format by uploading the documents to the conference website. Templates of the extended abstract are available on the conference website.All abstracts will be peer reviewed. An electronic version of the conference proceedings will be produced and distributed at the conference. Please visit the conference website for complete details and instructions.
• 2016 CSME International Congress
• 2016 CCToMM M3 Symposium
Conference co-chairs: Joshua Brinkerhoff (UBC)
Carlos Lange (Univ. of Alberta)
KEY DATES AND DEADLINES:
Submission of Extended Abstract: February 28, 2016 (Deadline extended to March 13, 2016)
Notification of Abstract Acceptance: April 1, 2016
Early Registration Deadline: April 30, 2016
Final Paper Submission: May 31, 2016
CONFERENCE WEBSITE: Here.
(Registration and paper submission for the 24th Annual CFDSC Conference is through the co-hosted CSME conference website)
Please see the attached conference flyer here for additional information.
We hope to see you all in Kelowna in 2016.
Welcome to the website of the CFD Society of Canada! The CFD Society of Canada was established as a non-profit organization in September 1992. Its goal is to promote computational fluid dynamics and to provide a framework for communication and collaboration between researchers, developers and practitioners, in industry, government and academia.
The 2015 conference of the CFD Society of Canada was held in Waterloo (June 7-10, 2015) at Wilfred Laurier University. We were co-located and in the program of the AMMCS-CAIMS Congress. For the full list of papers see the link to the program on the conference website: http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/~cfd2015/
The CFDSC would like to thank all who participated at the annual meeting. Further, very special thanks to Prof. Lilia Krivodonova and Dr. Lucian Ivan from the Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo.
Date: June 11, 2015
Dear Members of the CFD Society of Canada,
Thank you for your enthusiastic participation in this year's conference.
What a success it was!
For those of you who did not attend, we met over the last few days in Waterloo (June 7-10, 2015) at Wilfred Laurier University.
We were co-located and in the program of the AMMCS-CAIMS Congress. For the full list of papers see the link to the program on the conference website: http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/~cfd2015/
Many thanks to our superb conference organizers in Waterloo:
Prof. Lilia Krivodonova and Dr. Lucian Ivan from the Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo.
Many thanks also to our Plenary speakers, Prof. Rémi Abgrall from the University of Zürich and Prof. Paul Fischer from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The two talks were very complementary in nature and provided a wide range of interesting issues in algorithmic, mathematical and application areas of CFD.
Congratulations to our award winners:
Student Paper competition:
Amirreza Rouhi - Queen's University
A Dynamic Subfilter-scale Stress Model for Large Eddy Simulations Based on Physical Flow Scales
Noel Chalmers – University of Waterloo
A Characteristic-based CFL Number for the Discontinuous Galerkin Method on Triangular Meshes
Congratulations to all the students and postdoctoral scientists who contributed greatly to the quality of the conference.
We also thank our sponsors: Bombardier, Pratt & Whitney Canada, CD-Adapco and Applied CCM for their support of the conference. Their presence at the conference also enhanced the quality of the discussions.
At this conference, yesterday, on June 10th, we held our Annual General Meeting. Most of the meeting was devoted to my President's report on the Board of Directors activities on behalf of the Society this past year. The procedures we went through to continue our society under the new not-for profit act of Canada were described and the implied changes in the new by-law were outlined. The new by-law is posted on the website here (under About Us). The financial report of Treasurer Carlos Lange still shows us in a healthy financial state. The last part of the AGM was devoted to elections to the Board:
Dr. Kurt Sermeus, from Bombardier, was elected to the Board as an industry representative. He will replace outgoing and longtime Board member Dr. Hong Yang from Bombardier. Many thanks to Hong for all of his service, in particular for sponsorship and student awards.
PhD student Abbas Ghasemi, from University of Waterloo, was elected to the Board as a student representative. He replaces Jean-Christophe Veilleux who is now studying at Caltech in the US. Many thanks to Jean-Christophe for his very professional service to the Board.
Congratulations to Kurt and Abbas.
Lastly, we announced that the 2016 CFDSC Conference will be held in Kelowna, BC. Prof. Joshua Brinkerhoff of the University of British Columbia, Okanagan will be organizing the 24th annual conference in collaboration with the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers (CSME) as we hold our conferences together in 2016 as we did last year in 2014. Set your calendars for June 26-29, 2016 and see you there!
President, CFD Society of Canada.
Following the AGM of June 10 2015 in Waterloo, the CFDSC has a new Board of Directors. Congratulations to Kurt Sermeus and Abbas Ghasemi for joining the BoD.
The CFDSC would also like to thank Hong Yang (Bombardier Aerospace) and Jean-Christophe Veilleux (Caltech) for their work on the BoD over the past few years.
The complete BoD can be found here.
Student Paper Awards announcement from 2014 CFDSC conference in Toronto is now available online.
Congratulations to Matthieu Boudreau and Mohammad Reza Haghgoo!
Student Paper Awards announcement from 2014 CFDSC conference in Toronto is now available online. Congratulations to David Del Ray Fernandez and Matthieu Boudreau!
The goal of the CFD Society of Canada is to promote computational fluid dynamics and to provide a framework for communication and collaboration between researchers, developers and practitioners, in industry, government and academia. The annual conferences draw together researchers in CFD to highlight recent advances and challenges encountered in a broad spectrum of application areas and to facilitate scientific and technical exchange. Paper submissions are encouraged in all topics of current interest in the field of CFD. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Multiphase Flows, Aero Design, Thin Film/Free Surface Flows, Heat Transfer, Combustion and Reacting Flows, Algorithms, Turbulence Modelling, Non-Newtonian Fluids, Compressible and Supersonic Flows, Bio-Flows, Applications, Incompressible Flows, Aerodynamics, Turbomachinery, Aero-Acoustics, Environmental Flows, Flow Physics, Micro and Nano Systems.