MS3-04 - Multiphysics Methods in Environmental Fluid Dynamics

C. Trahan (USACE Engineer Research Development Cente) *, M. Farthing (USACE Engineer Research Development Cente) , S. Dutta (USACE Engineer Research Development Cente)

The aim of this minsymposia is to cover state of the art research areas related to multiphysics numerical modeling of problems in environmental fluid dynamics. We hope to create a collaborative space for the world’s leading scientists and research groups to share their experiences in both the fundamental and applied aspects of environmental computational simulation. This minisymposia will help collaborators gain awareness of modern-day software capabilities and innovative techniques for multiphysics environmental simulation along with a greater understanding of the underlying mathematical/computational frameworks used to solve computationally complex, real-world problems. All application areas of environmental science are welcome. Topics of this minisymposia include but are not limited to • Monolithic and flux model coupling approaches • Multiphysics novel discretization methods and solvers • Data-driven/hybrid approaches for multiphysics problems • High-performance computing environments for multiphysics modeling • Large-scale