Last modified on: 29th August 2008, by Máté M. Lohász.

The Summer School has the following objectives: to give an introduction to the Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) and to the methods of Computational Aero-Acoustics (CAA) for PhD students and young researchers working in the field of engineering or physics. Beside the separate treatment of these two fields emphasis will be put on showing the connections between them, how LES results can be used as source data for CAA simulations, and in which cases is continuous coupling needed. Because of this approach participants already active in one of these fields will find this Summer School useful in terms of extending their competence and opening new paths in their research career. Another important goal of this event is to provide a networking possibility for young scientists in order to develop further opportunities for collaboration.

Lectures will be given by leading scientists of the topics of academic background and experts of industrial code developer companies invited to present the current and anticipated potential of academic and industrial codes in solving problems in both fields in issue.