Tuesday July 26/8:00

MS15/Grande Ballroom

Numerical Methods for Modeling Fluid Interfaces and Free Surfaces (Part 1 of 2)

Fluid interfaces and free surfaces are important in a wide variety of natural and technological processes. Consequently, numerical techniques for computing interface motion are an essential feature of many computational models, and the development and application of algorithms for computing the motion of an interface is a very active area of research. The speakers will present results of recent innovative work in this area, including applications, mathematical approaches, and numerical methods. (For part 2, see MS23.) Organizers: Harland Glaz, University of Maryland, College Park, and Elbridge Gerry Puckett, University of California, Davis
  • (For part 2, see MS 23.)