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Presentation of CEMRACS 2005

Computational Aeroacoustics and CFD in Turbulent Flows

CEMRACS, which is the french acronym for Summer Mathematical Research Center on Scientific Computing and Its Applications, was initiated in 1996 by Yvon Maday (see history). CEMRACS 2005 will be the tenth of the series.

This year's CEMRACS is devoted to two closely linked topics : turbulent flows and noise generation within the framework of computational aeroacoustics (CAA) and more generally computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

It will consist of three events:

  • Euromech Colloquium no. 467 on turbulent flow and noise generation (July 18 - July 20)
  • a summer school on computational aeroacoustics (July 21-July 25)
  • a research center (July 25 - August 26)

CEMRACS 2005 will host around 20 research projects on the topic of computation fluid dynamics sponsored by industry or public research funds. Two or three junior researchers will work on each project managed by a senior scientist. The projects will start on July 25 along with the summer school. From July 21 to July 25, the days will be devoted to the summer school and the afternoon of July 25 to the research projects.

© CEMRACS 2005. Last update 22/06/2005 by M. Gutnic, I. Metzmeyer & S. Salmon