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Summer School on Numerical Modelling and OpenFOAM 2008
Posted Thu May 15, 2008 @12:42PM
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Announcements The faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FSB), University of Zagreb, Croatia announce the Summer School for PhD students and young researchers in Zagreb to be held 8-19 September 2008.

The idea of a Summer School is to gather 5-10 students and OpenFOAM users each with their own project at the University of Zagreb, where they would receive help on numerical modelling, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and in particular OpenFOAM.


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The Summer School is led by Professor Hrvoje Jasak, original OpenFOAM developer, with the assistance of local OpenFOAM experts.

This event is sponsored by Wikki Ltd. and we are looking for further sponsors. For details and application please visit the Summer School web site.

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