Within the activity of the European Joint Doctorate HPC-LEAP we organise a school devoted to

HPC
Applications to Turbulence and Complex Flows

Dept. of
Physics University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'

Rome 10-14 October 2016

The topics of the
school will cover issues connected to:Rome 10-14 October 2016

- Algorithms for fluid-dynamics applications
- Fundamentals about the physics of turbulence
- Modeling the Subfilter-Scale Terms in LES, and Some Consequences.

- Turbulent transport
- Multi-phase and multi-components flows at macro- micro- and nano-scales
- Pseudo-spectral codes
- Lattice Boltzmann algorithms
- HPC tools for massive parallel computations and for GPUs

The School is open to a maximum of 40 students.

Fee for students outside the HPC-LEAP EJD: 100 Euros

Send application FORM before July 1, 2016 with
a short CV and motivation letter to

hpcleap@roma2.infn.itA confirmation will be sent before July 31, 2016.

Students accepted for the School will be contacted by the organisation to fix the logistic.

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Tentative List of Speakers

Dr. M. Bernaschi (CNR, Italy): New platforms HW/SW for parallel computing in fluid dynamics and statistical mechanics

Prof. L. Biferale (U. Tor Vergata, Italy): Fundamental of Turbulent Flows

Dr. F. Bonaccorso (U. Tor Vergata, Italy) : Modern tools to manage multi-developers codes

Prof. J. Brasseur (U. Colorado, USA): Fundamentals of Large-Eddy Simulation.

Dr. M. Cencini (CNR, Italy): Dynamical system approach to particle transport in fluid flows

Dr. G. Falcucci (U. Tor Vergata, Italy) : Lattice Boltzmann models for the study of Energy and Environmental Systems

Prof. M. Sbragaglia (U. Tor Vergata, Italy): Complex fluid dynamics from the lattice boltzmann equation: fundamentals and applications

Prof. F. Toschi (TuE, The Netherlands): HPC applications for particles in fluid dynamics

The school is also covering the activity of the ERC AdG NewTURB 339032; ERC StG DROEMU; CECAM-IT-SIMUL node.

Program and presentations:

HPC Applications to Turbulence and Complex Flows

Dept. of Physics Aula Grassano, University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'

Rome 10-14 October 2016

Monday 10, October

h 09.30:10.30 Coffee + Registration + Welcome

h 10.30:11.25 L. Biferale: Fundamentals of Turbulent Flows I

h 11.30:12:30 L. Biferale: Fundamentals of Turbulent Flows II

h 12.30:14.00 Lunch

h 14.00:14.55 M. Cencini: Dynamical system approach to particle transport in fluid flows I

h 15.00:15.55 F. Toschi: HPC applications for particles in fluid dynamics I

h 16.00:16.30 Coffee

h 16.30:17.30 F. Toschi: HPC applications for particles in fluid dynamics II

Tuesday 11, October

h 09.30:10.30 M. Cencini: Dynamical system approach to particle transport in fluid flows II

h 10.30:11.00 Coffee

h 11.00:11.55 M. Sbragaglia: Complex fluid dynamics from the lattice Boltzmann equation: fundamentals and applications I

h 12.00:12.55 M. Sbragaglia: Complex fluid dynamics from the lattice Boltzmann equation: fundamentals and applications II

h 13.00:14.30 Lunch

h 14.30:15.25 M. Bernaschi: New platforms HW/SW for parallel computing in fluid dynamics and statistical mechanics I

h 15.30:16.00 Coffee

h 16.00:17.00 Short presentations from students (12+3 min each): Belardinelli, Xue, Busuioc, Milan

Wednesday 12, October

h 09.30:10.30 J. Brasseur: Fundamentals of Large-Eddy Simulation I

h 10.30:11.00 Coffee

h 11.00:11.55 M. Bernaschi: New platforms HW/SW for parallel computing in fluid dynamics and statistical mechanics II

h 12.00:12.55 G. Falcucci: Lattice Boltzmann models for the study of Energy and Environmental Systems I

h 13.00:14.30 Lunch

h 14.30:15.25 F. Bonaccorso: Modern tools to manage multi-developers codes I

h 15.30:16.00 Coffee

h 16.00:17.15 Short presentations from students (12+3 min each): Linkman, Iyer, Buzzicotti, Margazoglou

Thursday 13, October

h 09.30:10.30 J. Brasseur: Fundamentals of Large-Eddy Simulation II

h 10.30:11.00 Coffee

h 11.00:11.55 J. Brasseur: Fundamentals of Large-Eddy Simulation III

h 12.00:12.55 F. Bonaccorso: Modern tools to manage multi-developers codes II

h 13.00:14.30 Lunch

h 14.30:15:25 G. Falcucci: Lattice Boltzmann models for the study of Energy and Environmental Systems II

h 15.30:16.30 Short presentations from students (12+3 min each): Tauzin, Gabbana, Blaga, Di Ilio, Lulli

Friday 14, October

h 09.30:12.55 Free for discussions

h 13.00:14.30 Lunch

h 14.30:15.00 Closing