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CCP-WSI’s Focus Group Workshop 4 will be held on Wed 28th June at the University of Bath. Registration open.

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OpenFOAM Parallel Performance Engineering Training Workshop 5th – 6th June, registration is open.

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Mini-symposium on Computational Simulation of Coupled Multiphysics Problems at the 22nd Computational Fluids Conference (CFC2023)

HEC-WSI – A new high end computing consortium in wave structure interaction (HEC-WSI) has been established
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Submerged flexible membrane CCP-WSI Blind Test Series 4 – Launch of the next CCP-WSI Blind Test to be held in conjunction with the ISOPE 2023 conference (19-23 June 2023, Ottawa, Canada)
Exeter University campus with computer code Applications are now closed for the 2nd CCP-WSI Hackathon to be held 29 June – 1 July 2022 in person at the University of Exeter. The theme is multi-physics code coupling. Participants will receive advanced training and advice in developing coupled software from experts, giving an unparalleled opportunity to produce sustainable, open-source codes and research outputs, as well as establish collaborations from the wider community.

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