Newsletter June 2005
of all, WASY is proud to announce the
of FEFLOW 5.2.
new version contains numerous new features, including
multi-species mass transport,
Explorer for 3D visualization, animation, and video export
a full overview of the new capabilities, see www.feflow.info.
All users with
a valid maintenance contract will receive their update package (DVD
and updated documentation) and new keycode automatically, either from
WASY or from their FEFLOW distributor.
update quotation, please contact our sales
team or your distributor.
FEM Groundwater Modeling -
International FEFLOW User Conference
1st Circular (*.pdf)
Topic 1: Recent Developments in Finite Element Groundwater Modeling: FEM,
Fast Solvers, Mesh Generation, Parallel Computing, Nonlinear Problems
Topic 2: Software Technology: Interfaces, GIS, 3D Graphics
Topic 3: Applications: Large Models, Model Coupling, Calibration and Parameter
Estimation, Reactive Multi-Species Transport, Heat Transport, Reliability
of Modeling, New Fields
Call for Papers
Abstracts may be submitted
to the Organizing Committee before December 1st, 2005.
Please email your abstract (up to 300 words) in Microsoft Word format
including information about author(s), organization(s), email address(es)
and whether oral or poster presentation is preferred.
Scientific Advisory Committee
Prof. H.-J. G. Diersch,
WASY Berlin, Germany
Prof. S. O. Kaden, WASY Berlin, Germany
Prof. W. Kinzelbach, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. E. O. Frind, University of Waterloo, Canada
Prof. P. Perrochet, Neuchatel University,
Prof. M. Schöniger, Braunschweig University
/ Lüneburg University,
Dr. K. Stüben, SCAI Fraunhofer Institute, St. Augustin, Germany
I. Michels, WASY Berlin
K.-H. Pöschke, WASY Berlin
P. Schätzl, WASY Berlin
H.-P. Barkenthien, IWU, Magdeburg
Visit feflow2006.feflow.de for
updated information and details.
Modelling of Mass and Energy Transport in Porous Media
with Practical Applications
19th through 23th of September 2005 the first summerschool on the
of Mass and Energy Transport in Porous Media
with Practical Applications' will take place at the Freie Universität Berlin.
is organized by WASY, GFZ Potsdam and Freie Universität Berlin.
This course aims to bring together geosciences and mathematics
in teaching and learning as well as in theory and practical application.
In a world of increasing specialization and diverging scientific languages
the ability to communicate with scientists and engineers of other disciplines
becomes a major personal benefit. The course will be structured in two sections:
- Section 1: [Day 1 through 3] concerns the geological/physical background
of equations, the mathematics to solve them, and selected practical examples.
- Section 2: [Day 4 and 5] will be a guided seminar where the participants
work autonomously in small groups on practically relevant problems.
Ideally, each group will consist of 3 participants representing
and practice. The results of the different projects will be presented
by the participants at the end of the summerschool.
The FEFLOW® simulation
system will be introduced and used for the computational exercises
of both sections.
details, please have a look at http://emm.mi.fu-berlin.de/SOMMER/ !
|June 10-11, 2005
flow modelling with FEFLOW
(ISMAR 2005 conference)
|October 24-28, 2005
|May 19-21, 2006
||Finite Element Ground Water Modeling using FEFLOW
Golden, CO, USA
(MODFLOW and more 2006 conference)
For details and registration, please see our training
To register for the pre-conference courses in Berlin and Golden, please
visit the respective conference web pages at http://www.ismar2005.org and http://typhoon.mines.edu.
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