Workshop Programme

CSMP Workshop Programme

Plockton, Scotland, 28 September to 2 October 2009

The aim of the workshop is to discuss the latest applications and developments of CSMP and provide ample hands-on experimentation for all CSMP developers/users in an informal environment. To foster the discussions and allow everyone to participate – regardless if he or she is a CSMP novice or expert developer – talks should state (i) the physical problem that is studied, (ii) the mathematical formulation and numerical discretisation, (iii) the implementation in CSMP (with example/key code) and (iv) the advantages (or disadvantages, be honest!) of using CSMP for solving this problem. Since the focus of the workshop is on discussion, please keep your talk to 20 minutes (time-keeping will be enforced) and allow 20 minutes for discussion. Prepare backup slides if you think they will come in useful. We will collect and circulate copies of the talks after the workshop.

The afternoon sessions will comprise break-out sessions. Here we aim to discuss specific problems that are of interest to various inter-institutional CSMP teams and require various levels of CSMP expertise. All break-out sessions should be lead by an “experienced” CSMP user and results in a “how-to” document that will be circulated among the developers. We will also try to leave enough time to quickly report back to the other developers at the end of the afternoon sessions. Note that the break-out sessions can be amended during the workshop as required.

To avoid time with installing CSMP and other software at the begin of the workshop, please make sure that you have a fully functional CSMP version on your laptop (including ParaView, Rhino, MayaVi, ANSYS, Matlab if possible) when arriving in Plockton.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Afternoon: Arrive in Plockton
Evening: Ice-breaker and joint dinner (Ice-breaker starts 6:30 pm at the hotel bar, dinner at 7:30 at the hotel restaurant)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Morning: CSMP workflows including input and output options

  • Susan: Modelling and simulation workflows in the oil and gas industry – what is different from CSMP?
  • Ali: A GUI-based model configurator (csmp_gui.pdf)
  • Claudia: Post-processing output with Matlab (matlab.ppt)
  • Gillian: Data analysis with ParaView (paraview.pdf)

Afternoon: Break-out sessions

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Morning: Multi-phase flow simulations with CSMP

  • Karen: Multi-phase and multi-component transport
  • Thomas and Philipp (double slot): Multi-phase flow in magmatic hydrothermal systems (hydrothermal_modelling.pdf)
  • Hamid: An FE-FV method with embedded discontinuities (embedded_discontinuities.pdf)
  • Yan: Solving Stokes flow and fully-coupled systems of equations

Afternoon: Break-out sessions

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Morning: New developments of CSMP

Afternoon: Break-out sessions

Friday, October 2, 2009

Morning: Wrapping-up the break-out sessions

  • Rhino and ANSYS in 3D
  • Fully coupled and fully implicit solutions in CSMP

Afternoon: Trip to Skye and visit of the Talisker Distillery. Bring a wind/rain jacket, a warm jumper, and solid shoes such that we can go for a walk around Portree afterwards if weather permits (no sturdy hiking boots required).

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Morning: Depart from Plockton

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