1225 4th St. #333, San Francisco, CA 94158

4th SU2 Developers Meeting


The Event

Meeting Agenda

Day 1: Community Discussion
Day 2: Presentation Session
Day 3: Hackathon Session

The Event

SU2 has grown in just a few years from a small, open-source tool for aerodynamics, to a large community of users and developers with a passion for multidisciplinary optimization. As an open-source project, we believe in building a vibrant community, involving everyone in the spirit of open collaboration. So, for the fourth consecutive year, we gathered some of the most active development teams from around the world in one place to showcase the latest in SU2.

The amazing location for the 2019’s SU2 meeting was Villa Monastero, located in Varenna, at the shores of Lago Como, Italy, thanks to our local organizer Professor Alberto Guardone from Politecnico di Milano.

Our attendees at the 4th Developers Meeting

Meeting Agenda

Community Discussion: Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

0745 – 0800
Welcome & AgendaThomas D. Economon
0800 – 0900Introducing the SU2 FoundationThomas D. Economon
0900 – 0930Coffee Break
0930 – 1045SU2 Foundation: Academic PerspectivePiero Colonna, Juan J. Alonso
1045 – 1200SU2 Foundation: Industry PerspectiveEran Arad, Thomas D. Economon
1200 – 1400Lunch
1400 – 1500SU2 Foundation: Developer PerspectiveTim Albring
1500 – 1600SU2 Foundation: User PerspectiveRuben Sanchez
1600 – 1630Coffee Break
1630 – 1730Summary & Next StepsThomas D. Economon

Presentation Session: Thursday, May 9th, 2019

0800- 0830 Welcome & Introducing the SU2 Foundation Thomas D. Economon (Robert Bosch LLC/SU2 Foundation)
0830- 0850 Vision and perspective of SU2 development center at National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) (Invited Talk) Boris Diskin (National Institute of Aerospace)
0850- 0910 Turbomachinery Capabilities in SU2: Status of Current Developments and Future Perspectives Nitish Anand, Matteo Pini, Piero Colonna (TU Delft)
0910- 0930 Aerodynamics of hinged rotorcraft in SU2, with applications to ice accretion and noise Myles Morelli, Alberto Guardone (PoliMi)
0930- 0950 Recent Developments of Hybrid RANS/LES in SU2Eduardo S. Molina, Juan J. Alonso (Stanford), Beckett Y. Zhou, Nicolas R. Gauger (TU Kaiserslautern)
1000- 1030 Coffee Break
1030- 1050 Multi-Physics Analysis and External Code CompatibilityHeather Kline (National Institute of Aerospace)
1050- 1110 Shape and Topology Optimization of Fluid-Structure-Interaction ProblemsPedro Gomes, Rafael Palacios (Imperial College London)
1110- 1130 Towards fully automated aerodynamic shape optimization of nonplanar wings with SU2Rauno Cavallaro (Universidad Carlos III Madrid)
1130- 1150 Boundary and Volume Shape Newton Schemes and Their Automatic GenerationStephan Schmidt (Universität Würzburg)
1200- 1330 Lunch
1330- 1350 Pressure-robustness – a new criterion for the accuracy of incompressible Navier-Stokes solvers at high Reynolds number and beyondAlexander Linke (Weierstraß Institut Berlin)
1350- 1410 Implementation of a pressure based incompressible solver in SU2Akshay.K.R, Huseyin Ozdemir (TNO), Edwin van der Weide (University of Twente)
1410- 1430 Streamwise periodic flow simulationsTobias Kattmann (Robert Bosch GmbH/TU Kaiserslautern)
1440- 1450 Accuracy verification by means of exact and manufactured solutionsEdwin van der Weide (University of Twente), Thomas D. Economon (Robert Bosch LLC)
1500- 1530 Coffee Break
1530- 1550 SU2-NEMO: NonEquilibrium MOdels for Hypersonic Flows Using Mutation++Catarina Garbacz, Marco Fossati (University of Strathcylde), Walter T. Maier, Juan J. Alonso (Stanford University), James B. Scoggins (École Polytechnique), Thomas D. Economon (Robert Bosch LLC), Thierry Magin (Von Karman Institute)
1550-1610 Shock capturing in SU2 DG-FEM solverJae hwan Choi, Juan J. Alonso (Stanford University), Edwin van der Weide (University of Twente)

Hackathon Session: Friday, May 10th, 2019

0800 – 1030Ongoing Developments DiscussionRuben Sanchez
1030 – 1100Coffee Break
1100 – 1200Introduction to Planned Developments and Working Groups Ruben Sanchez
1200 – 1300Lunch
1300 – 1500

Working Groups

WG 1: Flow physics, Turbulence and Aeroacoustics

WG 2: Multi-Disciplinary Analysis and Optimization

WG 3: Robustness, Performance, Scalability, Verification, & Validation

WG Leaders:

Eduardo Molina, Beckett Zhou

Ruben Sanchez, Juan J. Alonso

Edwin van der Weide, Thomas Economon

1500 – 1530Coffee Break
1530 – 1700Discussion on new features for release v7.0Tim Albring