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MeshTrends 6
Posted Mon February 26, 2007 @06:00PM
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Announcements The 6th Symposium on Trends in Unstructured Mesh Generation will be held July 23-26, 2007 in San Francisco, California.

The Symposium brings together a wide variety of disciplines for the exchange of technical information related to unstructured mesh generation. It is a symposium traditionally held in conjunction with the national and international computational mechanics congresses.


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Scope of Symposium
Automatic unstructured mesh generation continues to be a vital technology in computational field simulations. As computing technology continues to advance and modeling requirements become more precise, automatic mesh generation techniques must rise to fulfill ever-increasing and diverse expectations. This symposium is a forum for exploring and synthesizing many of technologies needed to develop a computational grid suitable for simulation. In addition to mesh generation technologies, the symposium will provide a broader forum for discussion of technologies relevant to the design through analysis process. Topics of interest include:
  • Surface and volume meshing algorithms
  • Mesh improvement criteria and algorithms
  • Mesh adaptation algorithms
  • Anisotropic mesh generation and adaptation
  • Dealing with geometry issues including, dirty geometry, integration with CAD and high order elements
  • Mesh evolution in evolving geometry problems
  • Automatic geometric simplification techniques
  • Interesting applications of automated and adaptive analysis
  • Novel new domain discretization schemes
  • Parallel implementations and control of very large meshes
  • The Design-through-Analysis Process including data translation, automation, best practices, data standards, and design for analysis issues.

Abstract Submission
Abstracts are required for the conference and will be included in the conference proceedings. A one-page abstract in raw text format is required and must be submitted electronically through the USNCCM9 website. All abstracts must be submitted electronically using the abstract submission system that will be available on the Congress web site, beginning February 1, 2007. The deadline for abstract submission is April 1, 2007. Authors submitting abstracts of contributed papers will be notified of a decision on acceptance no later than April 15, 2007. Following the notice of acceptance, authors will have until June 1, 2007, to revise their abstracts.

Paper Submission
As part of this symposium, full papers will be solicited from the accepted presentations for inclusion in a peer-reviewed special journal edition of Engineering With Computers. Publication solicitation will be based on the interest of the participating authors and the technical merit of the presentation. Invitations for paper submissions will be made following the USNCCM.

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