The 38th edition of the Ibero-Latin American Congress on Computational Methods in Engineering (CILAMCE 2017) took place from 5 November 2017 to 8 November 2017 in Florianopolis, Brazil. The congress held a mini-symposium in which HPC4E researchers participated. In particular, Prof. Alvaro Coutinho, Brazilian coordinator of the HPC4E project, together with Lucia Catabriga, José Camata and Adriano Cortes organized the mini-symposium “Enabling technologies and simulation practices for advanced scientific and engineering computation”.
The aim of the mini-symposium was to provide a forum for attendees to exchange information, share best practices, and to keep current on the rapidly evolving information technologies impacting computational simulation, in particular those extensively involved in the simulation process as well as in the design of a simulation code. During the mini-symposium, four papers related to HPC4E were presented:
- Gesenhues L., Camata J. J., Coutinho A.L.G.A. Simulation of a column collapse for dense granular flows.
- Azevedo Gomes A.T., da Silva Pereira W., Pinto Souto R., Valentin F., Paredes Concha D. A Multiscale Hybrid-Mixed Method for the Elastodynamic Model with Rough Coefficients.
- Azevedo Gomes A. T., da Silva Pereira W., Pinto Souto R., Valentin F., Paredes D. Performance analysis of the MHM simulation in a petascale machine
- Grave M., Camata J.J., Coutinho A.L.G.A. Residual-Based Variational Multiscale Simulation of Erosion Using libMesh
More information about CILAMCE 2017: http://web.cilamce.com.br/