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Revision as of 14:37, 9 June 2009

1 ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NEXT MEETING

The fourth meeting of the OpenFOAM-"Stammtisch" in southern Germany will take place in Mosbach:


July, 17th, 2009, 10:00 a.m.
Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Mosbach


If you are interested and plan to attend, please drop me a mail.
janoske[at]dhbw-mosbach.de.

If you want to give a presentation, please let me know.

Best regards

Uwe Janoske


______________________________________________________________________________________________

The second meeting of the OpenFOAM-"Stammtisch" in northern Germany will take place in Rostock:


July, 2th, 2009, 2:00 p.m.
University of Rostock, Department of Technical Thermodynamics


The date is flexible. We can change it, according to the availability of the attending people.

If you are interested and plan to attend, please send me a mail.
johann.turnow[at]uni-rostock.de


Best regards

Johann Turnow



2 CLOSING

Dear southbound FOAMers,

after a bit of a wait, a zipped file containing the protocol and presentation slides of the 3rd OpenFOAM Stammtisch in Munich is ready for download. Please grab it from:

http://www.ch.tum.de/tc1/download/3rdOF-Stammtisch.zip

It will be there for approx 2 weeks and then disappear.

best regards
Holger

3 INVITATION TO NEXT MEETING

Dear southbound FOAMers,

the third OpenFOAM-"Stammtisch" in southern Germany will take place in Munich (Campus Garching):

April 3rd, 2009, 10:00 a.m.
"Seminarraum 1701"
Department Maschinenbau

For the agenda please download [1]

For the route and campus maps see
Lageplan.gif and
CampusPlan.gif


TECHNICAL SESSIONS

The presentations should be within a time frame of 20-25 minutes giving some room for discussion afterwards. If you plan to give a presentation please send me a mail. I will set up a draft agenda, which will be send in the forefront of the "Stammtisch".

Preliminary list of topics (not complete)


WORKSHOP

Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF[2]) sessions will be set after lunch to stimulate discussions on various topics. It will be organised along with the formation of different interest groups attending. So for coding please DON'T FORGET YOUR LAPTOPS!


If you are interested and plan to attend, please drop me a mail.
holger.marschall[at]ch.tum.de


best regards from Munich
Holger Marschall



As a result of our first OpenFOAM user meeting in the SOUTH of Germany at the University of Cooperative Education Mosbach on October, 15th, 2008, a few topics were identified which are of general interest. All interested users are invited to join these groups which will meet several times a year to discuss, to write code, etc. For further information send a mail to the contact person.


As a result of our first OpenFOAM user meeting in the NORTH of Germany at the University of Rostock on November, 5th, 2008, a few topics were identified which are of general interest. All interested users are invited to join these groups which will meet several times a year to discuss, to write code, etc. For further information send a mail to the contact person.

Furthermore general interest in mesh generation and FSI is underlined. For more information write an email to Johann Turnow (johann.turnow@uni-rostock.de).

The next meeting will be in January/February 2009. Details will be published in the OpenFOAM WIKI and the OpenFOAM Message Board.