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International Conference on Numerical Methods in Multiphase Flows II
ICNMMF is a bi-annual international high-level meeting, focused on numerical aspects with respect to the latest developments and needs in Computational Fluid Dynamics for multiphase flows. The intent is to bring together the international community in a focused technical exchange environment.
Date: June 30, 2014 - July 2, 2014
Location: Darmstadtium, Darmstadt, Deutschland (DEU), Germany
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Organizer: Dieter Bothe and Holger Marschall
Special Fields: Multiphase Flows
Type of Event: Conference, International

2nd Int. Conf. on Numerical Methods in Multiphase Flows 
(ICNMMF-II), Darmstadt, Germany, from June 30 to July 2 in 

ICNMMF-II will comprise invited, plenary, oral and poster 
* Invited Speakers (confirmed)
	o Eberhard Baensch (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
	o Damir Juric (CNRS/LIMSI)
	o Stephane Popinet (CNRS/UPMC)
	o Mikhail Shashkov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
	o Shu Takagi (University of Toyko)
	o Berend van Wachem (Imperial College London)
* Plenary talks of selected outstanding contributions 
addressing numerical aspects in advanced methods 
* Oral and poster presentations on progress in numerical 
methods for Multiphase-CFD

Scope of the ICNMMF-II
ICNMMF-II focuses on numerical methods with emphasis on 
recent developments, new research ideas, techniques, and 
directions in the field of Multiphase Computational 
Fluid Dynamics.
ICNMMF-II is on advanced numerical techniques and methods 
with emphasis on two-phase flows being resolved on 
interfacial scale, including but not limited to: Interface 
Capturing (Level Set, Volume Of Fluid, Moment Of Fluid 
approach), Interface Tracking (Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian 
moving mesh approach), Front Tracking, meshless 
particle methods. 
Contributions to the ICNMMF-II should address central 
numerical aspects such as conservation, accuracy, fidelity, 
boundedness, stability, convergence, etc. and/or 
computational costs, parallelization, efficiency, 
implementation complexity etc.
Event record first posted on October 14, 2013, last modified on December 12, 2013

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