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This year’s NASA Turbulence Modeling Symposium is being held in honor of Philippe Spalart and his contributions to the turbulence modeling field. The symposium will bring together both academic and industrial perspectives.
The symposium is planned to be in-person, and these are some of the topics on the agenda:
Prof Dr. Charles Hirsch, Cadence Fellow – CFD at Cadence and founder of Numeca, will deliver a keynote address.
Event Dates: 27-29 July 2022
Location: Lockheed Martin Center of Innovation ("The Lighthouse"), 8000 Harbour View Blvd, Suffolk, VA 23435
Find more information about the symposium and how to register for this open, free event here: https://turbmodels.larc.nasa.gov/turb-prs2022.html
On the topic of Machine Learning and AI for fluid dynamics, this may be interesting for you as well:
Dirk Wunsch, Senior Software Engineering Manager - Artificial Intelligence at Cadence, talked at the Numeca Global CFD Summit a while back about how Artificial Intelligence can help to enhance design productivity.