Photograph by Brendan Whelan
The 13th SPHERIC International Workshop, 26-28 June 2018, will consist of a single track of keynote lectures, short research presentations, and panel discussion, with plenty of opportunities to meet and exchange ideas over three days. Presentations are accompanied by full-length papers in proceedings provided to attendees. The workshop will be of interest to all developers and users of SPH and related methods. Topics range from fundamental mathematics and numerics, to novel algorithms, implementation, and applications.
Before the main workshop, the optional training day on the 25th of June will provide an intensive theoretical and hands-on introduction to state-of-the-art SPH. This is ideal for students beginning their work in the field, but may also be of interest to seasoned researchers who want to explore a specific topic in depth or brush up on software skills.