We are pleased to announce that the 6th Nek5000 User/Developer meeting will be held in Tampa, Florida, at the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel on April 17 (Tuesday) and April 18 (Wednesday) 2018.
This meeting is being organized by the Center for Compressible Multiphase Flow (CCMT) at the University of Florida and will bring together a group of experts in high-order numerical methods, high-performance computing, and a wide spectrum of application areas in physics and fluid/thermal sciences to discuss new developments and uses of the open-source solvers, Nek5000, NekCEM, and CMT-nek.
We expect that there will be several invited speakers at the meeting who made significant contributions to the theory and development of high-order methods, as well as some of the principal user/developers who have pushed these methods to the limit in important application areas on the world’s fastest computers. The presentations will feature our standard User/Developer Meeting format, with 15-minute talks by each participant along with a handful of more extended presentations.
The meeting is not limited to past users and developers only. We welcome potential new users from the national laboratories, universities, and industry who are interested in knowing more about Nek5000 family of codes.
This year, there will be a meeting registration fee to cover coffee breaks, lunch on both days, and well as dinner on Tuesday, 4/17. The registration site is here:
Also, please help us to connect with existing Nek5000 users and potential users of the new capabilities.
We look forward to seeing you in April!