SimRace 2019: Conference on numerical methods and HPC for industrial applications

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison - 4-6 December 2019

SimRace 2015 

SimRace, Conference on numerical methods and High Performance Computing for industrial fluid flows

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison - 8-10 December 2015



Thanks to all participants, speakers, authors, chairpersons and partners.
You made the event a success! The Organizing Committee

Conference highlights


SimRace Award !

Congratulations to Ranine Tarabay and Jean-Baptiste Whal from IRMA-University of Strasbourg, winners of the SimRace Award sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise for their work on the software Feel++




Thanks to Keynote Speakers!
Lourenço Beirão da Veiga,
University of Milan (Italy)
Barbara Chapman, University of Houston (USA)

Marc Massot, Ecole Centrale Paris (France)
Carol Woodward, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (USA)

Video SimRace (Youtube) 

 YouTube Interview (video) Stéphane de Chaisemartin - SimRace 2015 Scientific correspondent


IFP Energies nouvelles organized SimRace, the first conference in the Rencontres Scientifiques series entirely devoted to numerical methods and High Performance Computing (HPC) for industrial fluid flows.

For many applied fields dealing with complex fluid flows, like petroleum basins or reservoirs, automotive or aerospace engines, refining processes, etc., there is today an increasing need for ever faster and more accurate simulations.

SimRace offered the opportunity to mix HPC and numerical analysis in a synergistic way, bringing together scientists and engineers and providing a melting pot of ideas and views between researchers, developers and end-users.
SimRace was the place to be for exchanging knowledge at the forefront of progress in both fields, with a special focus on:

  • High-performance computational and programming models for emerging architectures
  • Scalable linear solvers
  • Numerical schemes on general meshes for complex flows
  • Multi-scale methods and model coupling
  • Challenging exaflopic applications

The SimRace International Conference was definitely be the right place for sharing on the challenge of designing new computational methods for exaflopic scale applications.