The aim of this workshop is to deliver a "traning on the job" school based on a class of selected numerical methods for parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
The workshop aims to share the methodologies, numerical methods and their implementation used by the state-of-the-art numerical codes used on hybrid multi-many core High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters.
The lectures will present the challenges of numerically solving Partial Differential Equations (PDE) in problems related to fluid-dynamics, using massively parallel clusters.
The lectures will give a step-by-step walk through the numerical methods and their parallel aspects, starting from a serial code up to scalablity on clusters,
including strategies for parallelization (MPI, OpenMPI, GPUs, plug-in of numerical libraries,....) with hands-on during the lectures.
Profiling and optimization techiques on standard and heterogeneous clusters will be shown during the school.
Due to actual circumstances, this year the school will be fully virtual. The duration is extended from original one week up to two weeks, with morning lessons and free afternoons.
Final Agenda will be published upon confirmation of the speakers.
Duration: two weeks, 30 Nov. 11 Dec. Morning Lessons (CET Time)
The first week (30 Nov - 4 Dec) will be performed in collaboration with PRACE.
The second week (4 Dec-11 Dec) will be performed in collaboration with Excellerat Centre of Excellence
At the end of the course, the student will possess and know how to use the following skills:
Algorithms for PDE Solution
Parallel computing (MPI, OpenMP, GPUs)
Strategies for massively parallelization of numerical methods
Numerical Libraries for HPC
MSc/PhD students, Post-Docs, Academic and industrial researchers, software developers which use / are planning to use / develop a code for CFD
previous course(s) on parallel computing, numerical analysis and algorithms for p.d.e. solution.
Attendance is free.
The number of participants is limited to 40 students.
Applicants will be selected according to their experience, qualifications and scientific interest BASED ON WHAT WRITTEN IN THE REGISTRATION FORM.
Please use the field "Reason for participation" to specify skills that match the requested pre-requisites for the school.
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: Nov, Mon 23rd 2020.
THE STUDENTS ADMITTED AND NOT ADMITTED WILL BE CONTACTED VIA EMAIL ON NOVEMBER, THURSDAY 26TH.
IF YOU SUBMITTED AND DID NOT RECEIVE ANY EMAIL, PLEASE WRITE AT firstname.lastname@example.org.
Direct Numerical Simulation of Shock wave/Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction at high Reynolds number
credits: Matteo Bernardini/Francesco Salvadore/Emanuele Martelli