Computational
Fluid–Structure Interaction
A Short Course in San Diego, California

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Morning: T. Tezduyar, “Stabilized Formulations — Core Concepts and Special Techniques”
Y. Bazilevs, “ALE Method and ALE-VMS Technique”
K. Takizawa, “Space–Time (ST) Method and ST-VMS Technique”
Afternoon: T. Tezduyar, “Mesh Update Methods for Flows with Moving Interfaces”
K. Takizawa, “Iterative Solution Techniques and Parallel Computing Concepts”
Y. Bazilevs, “Isogeometric Analysis”

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Morning: T. Tezduyar, “ST Computational FSI Techniques — Core Technologies”
T. Tezduyar, “FSI Coupling Techniques”
K. Takizawa, “ST Computational FSI Techniques — Special Techniques 1”
Afternoon: K. Takizawa, “ST Computational FSI Techniques — Special Techniques 2”
Y. Bazilevs, “ALE-VMS Computational FSI Techniques 1”
Y. Bazilevs, “ALE-VMS Computational FSI Techniques 2”

Morning Lectures:9:00–12:00
Afternoon Lectures:1:00–4:00
Reference Textbook: Y. Bazilevs, K. Takizawa and T.E. Tezduyar,
Computational Fluid–Structure Interaction: Methods and Applications, Wiley (2013), Japanese translation published by Morikita Publishing Company (2015).

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Book review in IACM Expressions June 2014.