Four Decades of CFD: Looking Back and Moving Forward

A symposium celebrating the careers of Jameson, Roe and van Leer (JRV Symposium)

Sponsored by AFOSR and KU


June 22, 2013, Session 1 – Jameson (Chaired by Dr. Z.J. Wang, Chrystal Ballroom)


08:00-              Registration

08:20-08:30    Z.J. Wang, Opening Remarks

08:30-09:15    John Vassberg, A Brief History of FLO22

09:15-09:45    Meng-Sing Liou, Joy to the world of design optimization

09:45-10:15    Gigi Martinelli, Simulation of High Reynolds Number Flow for Aerodynamic Design:

Three decades in the rearview mirror and the road ahead.

10:15-10:30    Coffee Break

10:30-11:00    Elaine Oran, Some Concerns for Future Directions of CFD of Reactive Flows

11:00-11:30    Frédéric Alauzet & Olivier Pironneau, Adjoints and Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation for Compressible Gas Dynamics

11:30-12:00    Chi-Wang Shu, Positivity-preserving high order schemes for convection dominated equations


12:30-14:00    Lunch Break


June 22, 2013, Session 2 – van Leer (Chaired by Dr. Hiro Nishikawa, Chrystal Ballroom)


14:00-14:45    Barry Koren, Bram's Odyssey

14:45-15:15    Kyle Anderson, A Perspective on High-Order Accurate Solvers for Field Equations

15:15-15:45    Phillip Colella, High-order finite volume methods on multiblock and AMR grids

15:45-16:00    Coffee Break

16:00-16:30    Chris Depcik, The Dangers of Convenience: Applying Commercial CFD Programs

16:30-17:00    David Levy, The Drag Prediction Workshop Series:  Summary and Retrospective

17:00-17:30    Hung Huynh, Toward the Ultimate Conservative Difference Scheme. VI           

17:30-18:00    Paul Ullrich, A Better Understanding of the Earth System Through Advances in CFD


18:30-21:00    Reception (Pool – Pearl Deck)


June 23, 2013, Session 3 - Roe (Chaired by Dr. H.T. Huynh, Chrystal Ballroom)


08:00-              Registration

08:30-09:15    Remi Abgrall, High order residual schemes for the turbulent and laminare Navier Stokes equations

09:15-09:45    Herman Deconinck, The quest from wave modeling to fluctuation splitting and residual distribution

09:45-10:15    Chris Fidkowski, Output-based Adaptive Methods for Large-Scale Aerodynamics Simulations

10:15-10:30    Coffee Break

10:30-11:00    Kozo Fujii, What do 3-D Navier-Stokes simulations tell us about fluid mechanics?

simulations with 30 thousand to simulations with one billion grid points -

11:00-11:30    Datta Gaitonde & Miguel Visbal, CFD and Experiments: From Simple Comparison to Synergy

11:30-12:00    Hiro Nishikawa, Past or Future: A Never Ending Story of CFD Algorithm Development

12:00-12:30    Helen Yee, Spurious Behavior of Shock-Capturing Methods by the Fractional Step Approach - Problems Containing Stiff Source Terms & Discontinuities


12:30-14:00    Lunch Break


June 23, 2013, Session 4 (Chaired by Dr. Elaine Oran, Chrystal Ballroom)


13:50-14:00    Group photo

14:00-14:35    Jameson, Reflections on Four Decades of CFD - A Personal Perspective

14:35-15:10    Roe, My First Forty Years

15:10-15:45    van Leer, Looking forward to looking back

15:45-16:00    Coffee Break

16:00-16:10    Bill Rider and Ann Mattsson, CFD before CFD, Richtmyer paper

16:10-18:00    Panel Discussion + audience speeches


18:30-21:30    Banquet (Topaz)