|PCC99||EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION AMIF|
Goodbye PCC99 Workshop!
On behalf of the European Science Foundation, we thank all participants of the
|AMIF Workshop on|
|PHASE CHANGE WITH CONVECTION: MODELLING AND VALIDATION|
held on 24 - 26 JUNE 1999 in WARSAW,
University of Reading
CEREMADE - Universitè Paris Dauphine
Universittà di Pavia
Univerisité Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris VI
von Karman Institute
Politecnico di Milano
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Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne -DGM
University of Stuttgart Dept. of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics UCLA
Delft Univeristy of Technolgy
University of Bergen
|Tomasz A. Kowalewski
IPPT PAN, Warszawa
Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisboa
Catherine Werner, AMIF Secretary
G. de Vahl Davis (Australia)|
R. Domanski (Warsaw)
P. Furmanski (Warsaw)
D. Gobin (France)
Y. Jaluria (USA)
Z. Kolenda (Cracow)|
E. Leonardi (Australia)
H. Ozoe (Japan)
P. Le Quere (France)
M. Niezgodka (Warsaw)
R. Nochetto (USA)|
J. Rappaz (Switzerland)
W. Schneider (Austria)
A. Solan (Israel)
K. Suzuki (Japan)
The PCC99 Workshop aimed to create a common platform for different groups working on modelling phase change problems. The Workshop addressed both the theoretical bases for the solution of physical and mathematical problems concerning phase changes, and the numerical algorithms necessary for efficient and robust computer implementations. Validation and verification of codes and their implementation to practical industrial situations were given special attention at the meeting. PCC99 should help people working in applied mathematics, numerical modelling and industrial applications to gain knowledge and allow critical assessment of different approaches, numerical methods, physical models and validation methods used in the field.
The scientific program consisted of plenary sessions featuring lectures by distinguished speakers and contributed lectures. Parallel sessions were not provided for. The special goal was to present invited papers and keynote lectures which summarize and critically evaluate the existing state of the field, to elucidate the novel mathematical and computational as well as practical aspects of the methods, and to indicate innovative trends and new perspectives in fluid mechanics.
Main topics of the meeting
INVITATION TO THE BENCHMARK PROBLEM
Further details, the scientific program and list of Keynote Lectures: please click here.
Click here to see submitted abstracts.
ESF-AMIF PCC99 Workshop, Book od Abstracts, T.A. Kowalewski, F. Stella, J. banaszek, J. Szmyd (eds), IPPT Reports vol. 5/1999, 170 pages, Warsaw 1999. The book was provided to participants and redistributed to libraries. A set of Short Abstracts is displayed at the WWW.
Click here to see submitted abstracts.
Local Organizing Committee
|Department of Mechanics and Physics of Fluids|
|Institute of Fundamental Technological Research|
|Polish Academy of Sciences|
|PL 00-049 Warszawa, Poland|
PL 00-049 Warsaw, Poland.
The basic registration fee was 1200PLN. It included symposium materials, 3 nights single bed accommodation with meals, refreshments and social events. Fee reductions and European Science Foundation grants for participants presenting papers were available. Those who wish to apply for support could do so explicitly on the registration form.Exchange rates. Click to see how much is Zloty today
Location and Accommodations
The Workshop was held
in downtown Warsaw
at moderately priced accommodations
in a modern
The Workshop was held in downtown Warsaw at moderately priced accommodations in a modern Conference Centre.
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|12.00-||Rooms available|| |
|15.00-16.00||Welcome Coffee||on site|
Chairman: J. Banaszek
|19.30-22.00||Welcome dinner||on site|
Chairman: J. Szmyd
Chairman: F. Stella
Chairman: P. Le Quere
Chairman: A. Solan
Chairman: P. Furmanski
Chairman: K. Suzuki
Chairman: D. Gobin
Closing Panel Discussion
Chairman: E. Leonardi
|Social Program (early booking necessary)|
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