8/6/22    16:30 - 18:30
Recent Trends in Scientific Computing for Computational Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics III  
Minisymposium organized by Stefan Turek, Axel Klawonn and Uli Rüde
Room: Akershus (1F)
Chair: Stefan Turek
A cross-platform, high-performance SPH toolkit for image-based flow simulations on the pore scale of porous media
Dominik Goeddeke, David Krach, Daniel Rostan, Malte Schirwon and Holger Steeb

Vectorised spectral/hp element matrix-free operator for anisotropic heat transport in tokamak edge plasma
Bin Liu, Chris Cantwell, David Moxey, Mashy Green and Spencer Sherwin

The neural network multigrid solver for the Navier-Stokes equations and its application to 3D simulation
Nils Margenberg, Christian Lessig and Thomas Richter

Physically-Guided Neural Networks with Internal Variables in solid mechanics: fast predictions and constitutive equations discovery
Jacobo Ayensa-Jiménez, Mohamed H. Doweidar, Manuel Doblaré, Javier Orera and Álvaro Ruiz del Tiempo

Performance Portability in the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Development Kit
Ulrike Meier Yang

Evaluation of the performance portability layer of different linear solver packages with ALIEN, an open generic and extensible linear algebra framework
Jean-Marc Gratien, Cédric Chevalier, Thomas Guignon, Xavier Tunc, Pascal Have and Stéphane De Chaisemartin

Numerical Solution of 3D Diffusion Equations Via a Non-Linear Flux Limited Splitting Using the Multipoint Flux Approximation Method with a Diamond Stencil Satisfying the Discrete Maximum Principle
Artur C. R. Souza, Darlan K. E. Carvalho, Túlio M. Cavalcante, Filipe A. C. S. Alves, Michael G. Edwards and Paulo R. M. Lyra