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CFD Cloud Computing Experiment
Posted Thu July 12, 2012 @09:19AM
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News Researchers Burak Yenier and Wolfgang Gentzsch have issued an open invitation to members of the CFD and FEM community to join a 3-month experiment in applying the cloud computing service model to CFD and FEM workloads.

With the challenges of data privacy, incompatible licensing models, and a dozens others noted, it is time to experiment how to achieve the benefits of the cloud computing model for the manufacturing industry.


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To see a list of current participants, get more information and register please visit our website: http://www.cfdexperiment.com

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