The CFD Society of Canada will award travel grants of $500 to successful applicants to defray the cost of air/train/bus/car travel to attend the 2018 conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Details about the application can be found at http://cfdcanada.ca/awards/travel-grants/.
If you are into or just curious about fluid flow modeling, a 2 day training course will be offered at the Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, March 5-6.
This is for the open source code OpenFOAM.
Please see attached flyer. Spots are limited.
The training will be in English.
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The 26th Annual Conference of the Computational Fluid Dynamics Society of Canada
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
June 10 – 12, 2018
Scope of the Conference
Rapid advances in computing technology have made CFD an increasingly important tool for predicting and analyzing fluid flow and heat and mass transfer, with applications to mechanical, aerospace, civil, and chemical engineering. CFD is also an important research tool in water resources, oceanography, atmospheric environment, and boundary-layer meteorology. CFD2018 features the following two themes:
Theme I: Computational Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Heat Transfer (oriented towards engineering flows);
Theme II: Computational Environmental Flows and Transport Phenomena (oriented towards environmental flows: water resources and atmospheric sciences).
The CFD Society of Canada will award travel grants of $500 to successful applicants to defray the cost of air/train/bus/car travel to attend the 2017 conference in Windsor. Details about the application can be found at http://cfdcanada.ca/awards/travel-grants/.
Welcome to the website of the CFD Society of Canada! The CFD Society of Canada was established as a non-profit organization in September 1992. Its goal is to promote computational fluid dynamics and to provide a framework for communication and collaboration between researchers, developers and practitioners, in industry, government and academia.