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1st TILDA Symposium & Workshop
Posted Wed February 24, 2016 @09:54AM
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Announcements Numeca International is pleased to announce the 1st TILDA Symposium & Workshop on Industrial LES & DNS, to be held in Toulouse, France from 21st to 23rd of November 2016.

The first TILDA symposium will offer a platform for presenting innovative methods and approaches combining advanced and efficient high-order numerical schemes (HOMs) with innovative approaches for LES and DNS in order to resolve all relevant flow features on several tens of thousands of processors.

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Furthermore, the 1st TILDA Symposium will be a great opportunity to communicate and exchange knowledge for academic researchers, graduate students, industrial engineers as well as industrial R&D managers and consultants.

For more information, please visit the EU TILDA project website.

Registration to the workshop is now open.

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