Pawsey works with AFMS to build CFD community in Australia

With the support and participation of the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society, a Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) Community of Practices (CoP) has been launched today as a result of the CFD and Australia’s next generation of supercomputers event, which gathered hundreds of CFD practitioners late last year.

The CoP space will give CFD practitioners using supercomputers the opportunity to share their knowledge and experiences while remaining connected around High Performance Computing (HPC) topics.

The preferred platforms chosen by events participants are zoom and slack.

Pawsey has made the CFD CoP slack channel available and will be hosting the first zoom meeting on April 23 at 9:30 am AWST. Details for the event can be found here.

The participants who responded to the after-event survey told us what they wanted, and we listened. It is expected the CoP will give you the opportunity to:

  • Share ideas
  • Keep in touch with trends in the community
  • Discuss potential and operational aspects of CFD
  • Researchers reporting on (delete) their work
  • Learning from others

Make the space yours! Become an active member of the community.

Join the slack channel, discover what is there, register for upcoming events, organise your own events, share your most recent papers and publications, ask your peers questions and discover what they are working on.

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