DANSIS 25-year Anniversary symposium

DANSIS 25-year Anniversary symposium

DANSIS celebrates 25 years of supporting the Danish community on industrial fluid mechanics with seminars on all sorts of topics related to fluid mechanics. The main part of the celebration will be a 24 hours symposium in Nyborg Strand Hotel. The symposium is a follow-up to successful symposia in 2008 and 2016. You will see presentations on hot topics within fluid mechanics and get to discuss our challenges. The symposium will be a unique possibility for meeting old and new friends in the field.

Program (preliminary):

Monday, September 11

Registration and Lunch buffet 
Opening and presentation of seminar 
Plenary presentations on e.g. “meshless” CFD methods, OpenFOAM international speaker, DANSIS graduate award. 
Break – check-in to rooms.
“Development and future outlook of the Danish wind turbine industry – with a fluid mechanics twist” by Henrik Stiesdal
Social - talk with old and new friends 

Tuesday, September 12

Workshops (see tracks below)
Closing of Symposium

Workshop tracks (preliminary suggestions):

  1. Simulation strategy & digital transformation
    In this workshop we will work with some typical challenges related to business integration of (CFD) simulations in your organizations seen in the light of Digital transformation. The challenges include how to measure and communicate the value of (CFD) simulations and identifying the barriers for scaling the benefits. To support the discussion we will use the answers of the “simulation maturity index” survey, which must be answered prior to the workshop.
  2. High Performance Computing.
    Presentations on experiences with cloud computing vs on premise solutions. Sharing of participants experience with different solutions and vendors. Possibly vendor presentations and interaction.
  3. OpenFOAM 
    The open source CFD toolbox, OpenFOAM, is used by several large Danish companies as an integrated part of their design- and innovation process. Several Danish universities support the global OpenFOAM community with powerful extension to OpenFOAM. One subfield where Denmark has a particularly strong position is within multiphase flows that are important within the water and energy sectors as well as in chemical and food process engineering. The workshop will have presentations by international developers and with Danish users/developers. Discussions will include exchange of user experience and of future collaboration in Denmark. 


There will a user contribution for participation in the seminar of around 2500 DKK. You can make a preliminary registration for the seminar here.