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7th Symposium on Overset Composite Grids
Posted Mon April 12, 2004 @08:38AM
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Grid Generation You are invited to attend the next bi-annual symposium to be held October 5-7, 2004, at the Boeing Conference Center, Huntington Beach, California USA.

This international symposium provides an open communication forum for mathematicians, scientists, and engineers from academia, industry, and government. The symposium organization is quite informal, and the primary purpose is to present and discuss new, current, and work in progress of the participants. The specific goals of the symposium are the following:

  • Communicate current work, new research ideas, and work in progress
  • Exchange ideas involving overset grid methodologies
  • Develop interactions between interested researchers
  • Provide an opportunity for interaction between researchers, developers, and users.

Electronic information and registration is available at the Symposium website.


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