Second M.I.T. Conference
on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics
June 17 - 20, 2003
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139 U.S.A.
Effective May 30, 2003
-- Sorry --
Due to an unexpected number of registrations already received
- The Proceedings are no longer available as part of the Conference fee
- The Conference Dinner will be held at the Boston Cambridge Marriott Hotel, close to the M.I.T. campus. Only a few guest tickets are still available, and none may be available during on-site registration.
The new regular Registration Fee not including the Proceedings and not including the Conference Dinner is $ 160.- (no charge for students). Space is available for you at all Lectures at the Conference. Note that the Proceedings Books published by Elsevier can directly be ordered from Elsevier at the Conference (the price is not known yet).
Please register under these conditions to attend the Conference. Registration is no longer available. We are looking forward to welcome you at M.I.T.
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The Second Conference will be held in the same spirit as the First Conference
which was held at M.I.T. on June 12 - 15, 2001.
The Proceedings of the First Conference can be obtained through the MIT website. This Conference was held in the same spirit as the First Conference held at M.I.T. on June 12 - 15, 2001. This web site now contains partial details of the Second Conference.
To bring together researchers and practitioners from around the world to assess the latest frontiers of high performance computing and to set important directions for further research and development. The following broad areas will be addressed:
The specific aims of the Conference are:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Mechanics of Solids and Structures
Computational Multi-Physics Dynamics including Fluid Flows with Structural Interactions
The focus will be on the state of the art of the numerical procedures used, software development and industrial usage.
This concludes the objectives section.
To bring together Academia and Industry for the interchange of experiences in the field
To expose young researchers to the exciting state of the art in the field
To lead to a new level of mathematical modeling and numerical solution for fluids, solids, multi-physics and multi-scale phenomena, that also may include uncertainties in data
The objectives of the Conference are expressed in more detail in the Preface of the Proceedings of the First Conference, held at M.I.T. on June 12 - 15, 2001. The Proceedings of the First Conference can be obtained through the Elsevier website.