Victorio Sonzogni Victorio Sonzogni <sonzogni@intec.unl.edu.ar>
Thu, 21 Oct 2004 11:26:35 -0300

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied
Sciences (Eccomas), we are pleased to announce the European Conference on
Computational Fluid Dynamics. The conference will take   place on September
5 - 8, 2006, at Hotel Zuiderduin in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.

The goal of the ECCOMAS CFD conferences is to periodically bring together
researchers, industrialists and students working in broad parts of
computational science and engineering. The focus is on computational fluid
dynamics, computational acoustics, computational electromagnetics,
computational mathematics and related fields in the computational sciences.
A forum is provided for fostering exchange of information and experience in
these rapidly developing fields, and to promote transfer of knowledge and
technology between research and industry on a European and global scale.
Advances made in numerical methods, software development and computing
technology are brought to bear on challenges posed by mathematical modelling
in the applied sciences. Young researchers find a good opportunity to widen
their perspective on the dynamic and exciting field of computational science
and engineering.

The conference includes invited lectures, invited minisymposia and
peer-reviewed contributed papers. The link between research and industry is
fostered by special technology sessions.

Previous ECCOMAS CFD conferences have been held in Stuttgart (1994), Athens
(1998) and Swansea (2001). Furthermore, computational fluid dynamics,
computational mechanics and related fields have been a major topic at the
ECCOMAS congresses held in Brussels (1992), Paris (1996), Barcelona (2000)
and Jyvaskyla (2004).

Conference Topics
 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
 - Computational Acoustics
 - Computational Electromagnetics
 - Computational Chemistry
 - Computational Mathematics and Numerical Methods
 - Inverse Problems
 - Optimization and Control
 - Computational Methods in Life Sciences
 - Industrial Applications

Major Application Areas
 - Aerospace Engineering
 - Automotive Engineering
 - Turbomachinery
 - Fluid-Structure Interaction
 - Process Technology
 - Reactive Flows
 - Physiological Flows
 - Flow Control
 - Microfluidics
 - Optimal Shape Design
 - Environmental Sciences
 - Noise Abatement
 - Wave Propagation and Scattering
 - Antennas
 - Radar Cross Section
 - Tomography
 - Mathematical Finance

For more information and the first announcement, see the conference website:


Sincerely yours,
Pieter Wesseling

Professor of Numerical Analysis
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Mekelweg 4,  2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands