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SimLab Education Program



 

Official Opening and First Course on Parallel Numerical Simulation

February 25 - March 2, 2002
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade


Nearly 200 registrations !


Schedule:

Monday
February 25
Tuesday
February 26
Wednesday
February 27
Thursday
February 28
Friday
March 1st
Saturday
March 2
Morning session
09:00 - 12:30
Official
Opening
Lectures:
Introduction
to SciComp 2
Lectures:
Introduction
to SciComp 3
Lectures:
CFD and CSM -
the model
Lectures:
How to use
the lab
Free
Exercises
in the lab
Lunch break
12:30 - 14:00





THE END
Afternoon session
14:00 - 17:30
Lectures:
Introduction
to SciComp 1
Exercises:
Numerical
Algorithms
Exercises:
Parallel
Programming
Lectures:
CFD - the
discretization
Exercises:
CFD Applications
parallel session:
Training for
future operators




Detailed Program:

(Course material will be provided here after the course. Some lectures are already available - click on "Lesson NN".)

Monday 09:00 Welcome
09:15 Greetings
10:00 Some Remarks on SimLab
10:30 Invited Lecture on CFD & HPSC
11:30 Opening ceremony, tour through the lab, reception

14:00 Lesson 01: Tools, Principles of Mathematical Modelling
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 02: Continuous Models (ODE, PDE)
Dean
Officials (University, Ministry)
H.-J. Bungartz
M. Peric


H.-J. Bungartz

H.-J. Bungartz
Tuesday 09:00 Lesson 03: Numerical Treatment of ODE & PDE
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Lesson 04: Iterative Solution of Systems of Linear Equations

14:00 Lesson 05: Numerical Treatment of Mathematical Models (Exercises)
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 06: Iterative Solution of Systems of Linear Equations (Exercises)
H.-J. Bungartz

R. Mundani

F. Günther

F. Günther
Wednesday 09:00 Lesson 07: Implementation: Hardware, Parallel Programming
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Lesson 08: Grid Generation, Visualization

14:00 Lesson 09: Programming with MPI (Exercises)
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 10: Parallel Programming: Examples (Exercises)
I. Trajkovski

R. Mundani

M. Pögl

M. Pögl
Thursday 09:00 Lesson 11: CFD - The Basic Equations
10:00 Lesson 12: CFD - Turbulence
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Lesson 13: CSM - The Basic Equations and Applications

14:00 Lesson 14: CFD - Preparatory Work
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 15: CFD - Discretization Practice and Model Setup
M. Petrovic
Z. Petrovic

D. Mijuca

W. Rieß, H.-U. Fleige

W. Rieß, H.-U. Fleige
Friday 09:00 Lesson 16: The SimLab: Basic Information
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Lesson 17: The SimLab: A User's Guide

14:00 Lesson 18: CFD: Examples
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 19: CFD: Interpretation, Quality, and Sources of Errors

14:00 Lesson 20: System Administration 1 (future SimLab operators only)
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Lesson 21: System Administration 2 (future SimLab operators only)
A. Mors

A. Mors

W. Rieß, H.-U. Fleige

W. Rieß, H.-U. Fleige

F. Günther, R. Mundani

F. Günther, R. Mundani
Saturday 09:00 Participants' first steps in the lab:
          Free exercises under supervision and guidance
12:00 END OF COURSE




The Lecturers:

Prof.Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz Professor, Chair of Simulation of Large Systems, Universität Stuttgart
Dipl.-Ing. Hans-U. Fleige Assistant, Institute of Turbomachinery, Universität Hannover
Dipl.-Math. Frank Günther Assistant, Chair of Informatics 5, Technische Universität München
Prof.Dr. Dubravka Mijuca Professor, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade
Alexander Mors System Administrator, Chair of Informatics 5, Technische Universität München
Dipl.-Inform. Ralf Mundani Assistant, Chair of Simulation of Large Systems, Universität Stuttgart
Dipl.-Inform. Markus Pögl Assistant, Chair of Informatics 5, Technische Universität München
Prof.Dr. Milovan Peric Head of Software Development, Computational Dynamics Ltd., Nürnberg
Prof.Dr. Milan Petrovic Professor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade
Prof.Dr. Zlatko Petrovic Professor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade
Prof.Dipl.-Ing. Walter Rieß Professor, Institute of Turbomachinery, Universität Hannover
Igor Trajkovski, B.Sc. Assistant, Chair of Simulation of Large Systems, Universität Stuttgart



Registration and Support:

The course is open to everyone interested in the Lab's activities and in the topics of numerical simulation and parallel computing. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to Igor Trajkovski not later than February 15.

Your email should contain the following information:

  • Family name
  • First name
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Professional status (undergraduate / graduate / PhD student, Post Doc, assistant, professor, ...)
  • Your field (applied mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering, ...)
  • Institution
  • Address
  • Email address

This is just to get an overview of how many participants we have to expect (appropriate size of lecture room etc.).

Attending the course is free of charge!

Furthermore, HRK, who finances the lab, and DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service, have granted support for students from outside Belgrade, either in Yugoslavia or in one of its neighbouring countries. Hence, we offer up to 25 scholarships covering accomodation (6 nights from Sunday, February 24, until Saturday, March 2, inluding breakfast and dinner) as well as some subsidy for travel expenses (depending on the actual cost). Students who want to apply for this support should mention it in their registration email and give some estimate of their travel cost. In case of an application for support, we need your registration email not later than February 8.

Closed: 30 scholarships to students from three countries granted!

With these scholarships, we want to especially encourage students from outside Belgrade to take this chance of some training in a highly relevant and up-to-date field of research.

Applications will be taken into account based on a first-come-first-served strategy and some regional balancing. If you know someone who might be interested in taking part as well, please inform him or her!

For any questions, please contact Igor Trajkovski.

We are looking forward to your registration or application - see you in Belgrade!


Arriving in Belgrade, Location:

Here you can find part of the city map where all interesting points are marked. These are the addresses:

Masinski Fakultet Beograd (M.E.F. in the map)
(Mechanical Engineering Faculty)
street: 27 marta 80
Here, the opening and the course take place!

Hotel UNION (UNION in the map)
street: Kosovska 1
Hotel of students with scholarships!

Participants arriving by airplane should take the bus from the airport (starts each full hour) to the Air Terminal (the last station in front of the Hotel Slavia). The price is 80 din < 2 euro. The distance from Hotel Slavia to Hotel Union is little bit greater than 1 km.

Bus and railway stations are side by side and are about 1 km away from Hotel Union (but a little bit uphill). The street Nusiceva is connected to the street Terazije, but you must pass through the building passage.

If anything goes wrong (somebody gets lost), please call Prof. Dr Zlatko Petrovic. His mobile phone number is 064 16 707 66. Or call secretary of the faculty 3370 350 (during working hours).