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The CFD Society of Canada is pleased to announce that its 18th Annual Conference will be held in London, Ontario, Canada, from Monday May 17, 2010 until Wednesday May 19, 2010. The conference will be located at the University of Western Ontario with accommodation available either on campus in summer residences or at the beautiful and nearby Windermere Manor.  The conference will span two full days (May 18-19) and will feature two keynote speakers. The conference will also feature a student paper competition and banquet.  The banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, the evening of the first full day of sessions.

The goal of the CFD Society of Canada is to promote computational Fluid dynamics and to provide a framework for communication and collaboration between researchers, developers and practitioners, in industry, government and academia. The annual conferences draw together researchers in CFD to highlight recent advances and challenges encountered in a broad spectrum of application areas and to facilitate scientific and technical exchange. Paper submissions are encouraged in all topics of current interest in the field of CFD. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: compressible, incompressible, multi-phase, and free surface flows; reacting flows and combustion; flows in porous media; environmental and biological flows; turbulence and turbulence modelling; aero-elasticity and aero-acoustics; CFD-dominated multi-disciplinary analysis and optimization; algorithm development; mesh generation and adaptation; error estimation and control; and parallel algorithms.

We heartily invite you to submit an abstract to CFDSC 2010 and look forward to seeing you in 2010!


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