International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics 3
Toronto, July 12 - 16, 2004
Welcome to
Third International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICCFD3)

Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada

July 12, 2004 to July 16, 2004

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SPONSORED BY: NASA

Announcement And Call For Papers pdf html

After a careful review process, we are now able to announce our best student paper award winner. There were many excellent student papers, and it was difficult to choose a winner. We congratulate all of the student participants for their strong contributions. This year, we have selected two joint winners:

Mario Ricchiuto of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium for his paper, "Conservative Residual Distribution Schemes for General Unsteady Systems of Conservation Laws,"

and

Todd Oliver of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA for his paper, "Multigrid Solution for High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Discretizations of the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations."

Congratulations to our two winners!

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FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS EACH ROOM WILL HAVE A LAPTOP, A DATA PROJECTOR, AND AN OVERHEAD PROJECTOR. FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS EACH PAPER WILL BE PROVIDED WITH A 4 ft. BY 8 ft. POSTER BOARD.

THE SPECIAL RATE AT THE WESTIN HARBOUR CASTLE IS STILL AVAILABLE. CLICK Accommodation AT LEFT FOR DETAILS.

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Conference address:
Prof. D.W. Zingg
Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto
4925 Dufferin St., Toronto, Ontario, CANADA M3H 5T6
Email: dwz@oddjob.utias.utoronto.ca

There will be an award for the best student paper, where a student paper is defined as one presented by an individual who is a student at the time of the presentation and who performed the majority of the work described in the paper. Student papers must be identified as such at the time of submission.

KEY DATES

December 15, 2003: Abstract submission

February 12, 2004: Notification of acceptance

May 7, 2004: Advance registration

July 12, 2004: Submission of final manuscripts