The 3rd International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science (http://www.icmmes.org) is currently taking place in Hampton/VA, USA …
People from Erlangen are very active this year:
- a tutorial given by Gerhard Wellein on contemporary cache-based CPUs and basic optimization strategies for simple LBM kernels
- an invited talk by Gerhard Wellein et al. about bleading edge optimizations (e.g. “cache oblivious blocking”)
- and further contributions from Klaus Iglberger (Simulation of moving particles in 3D), Nils Thürey (“Adaptive simulation of open water free surfaces”), and Thomas Zeiser (Microscale flow analysis of trabecular vertebral bone)
- and a joint poster of University of Amsterdam, NEC CCRLE, HLRS, CAB and RRZE.