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The original intention of organizing the symposium is to enhance deployment and industrial applications of the high-fidelity methods in complex fluid flows and related topics, which is definitely enlightened by the every-two-years Nektar++ workshop launched in 2015. The objective is to bring together experts and users of all experiences to exchange new and future development ideas of high-fidelity methods and discuss the exciting science and engineering being undertaken.

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Draft paper submission deadline:2019-08-31

Abstract notification of acceptance:2019-09-15

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High-fidelity computational methods are emerging tools that underpin science and engineering. Due to the increasingly stringent precision requirements for industrial designs,  these methods have recently attracted even greater attention. This symposium will bring together world leading experts to discuss novel developments, new perspectives and industrial applications. The ultimate goal of the symposium is to expand the range of application of high-fidelity numerical tools in engineering practice.

Abstracts are invited on the research, application and deployment of high-fidelity methods with a particular interest in computational mathematics, aerodynamics and hydrodynamics.

Papers dealing with any topics within the scope are all invited to be submitted online with an abstract up to 1000 words and figures can be included.

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  • Dr.Hui Xu
  • ishfcma@hotmail.com
  • Dr.Huajun Zhu
  • ishfcma@hotmail.com

Sponsored By

  • Imperial College London
    Centre for Advanced Propulsion at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    State Key Laboratory of Aerodynamics, Cardc, China
    Science and Technology on Scramjet Laboratory, Cardc, China
    Science and Technology on Water Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Editorial Board Journal of Hydrodynamics