The 9th International Conference on Numerical Methods for Multi-Material Fluid Flow (MULTIMAT 2019) will push forward the state-of-the-art in the field of multi-phase and multi-material flow problems. Researchers from academic and/or laboratory institutions will focus their discussions on relevant numerical methods, including the analysis of such methods as well as the modeling of complex multi-material flows, which is essential for the investigation and development of new sources of energy, including inertial confinement fusion.
• Lagrangian hydrodynamics
• Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian (ALE) methods
• Eulerian methods
• Radiation hydrodynamics
• Multi-material diffusion
• Mesh Generation methods, including mesh adaptation
• Interface Reconstruction methods
• Multiphase flows
• Data Transfer Between meshes - remapping
• Advanced Discretization methods
• High-order methods
• Numerical methods for complex constitutive models
The conference will be held at Hotel & Ristorante Villa Madruzzo, via Ponte Alto, 26 – 38121 Trento (TN). Special room fees will be reserved for the participants.
1. Important dates
- February 28, 2019: abstract submission deadline
- April 30, 2019: acceptance notification
- June 28, 2019: registration deadline
2. Registration Fee
The conference fee is € 400 per person VAT included. The fee includes lunch, the coffee breaks, the welcome reception, the social event and the conference dinner.
For the registration please click here (available soon).
3. Grants for young researchers
There will be three grants for young PhD students and post docs, who must be younger than 30 years of age on 9/9/2019. To apply for a grant, please send a CV together with a motivation letter and a recommendation letter of your supervisor to multimat2019 [at] unitn.it until 28/02/2019. The scientific committee will then decide about the grant winners until April 30 2019. Each grant covers the registration fee, the accommodation costs and the meals during the Multimat 2019 conference. The grants do not cover the travel expenses to Trento.
4. Abstract submission
Abstract must be submitted as .pdf file using either the LaTeX template or the MS Word template (see in the" download" box right).
Single page limit is strongly encouraged.
Please e-mail your pdf abstract to: multimat2019 [at] unitn.it with the subject “MultiMat 2019 Abstract”.
The conference venue is the 4-star hotel Villa Madruzzo
Travel by air: the nearest airport is Verona airport, which can be conveniently reached flying through Munich airport.
Travel by train: Trento can be reached from Verona railway station in about 1 hour by train. From Milan (Malpensa airport) the train takes approximately 5 hours, while 4 hours from Munich railway station.
For train tickets please go to http://www.trenitalia.com
About Trento and the Dolomites
The historical city of Trento is situated in the autonomous Italian region of Trentino - Alto-Adige, close to the world-famous mountains called Dolomites . Trento is very easy to reach by car or train from Austria (150 km south of Innsbruck) and from Verona (90 km north of Verona). The nearest and most convenient airport is Verona Airport, 15 minutes from the Verona train station. The region around Trento is of extraordinary beauty, with its unique mountains and lakes that offer the participants many exciting outdoor activities like skiing, hiking or climbing.
6. Special issue
Participants in the MultiMat 2019 conference are encouraged to submit an original research paper for consideration in a special issue of the journal “Computers and Fluids” (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/computers-and-fluids).
- December 31st, 2019: submission deadline
- March 31st, 2020: first review notification
- July 31st, 2020: final decision
Michael Dumbser (University of Trento, Italy)
Walter Boscheri (Free University of Bozen, Italy)
Elena Gaburro (University of Trento, Italy)
Lorena Galante (University of Trento, Italy)
Remi Abgrall (Zurich, Switerland)
Andrew Barlow (AWE, UK)
Pavel Bochev (SNL, USA)
Jerry Brock (LANL,USA)
Alan Dawes (AWE, UK)
Stephane Del Pino (CEA, France)
Marianne Francois (LANL, USA)
Sergey Gavrilyuk (Aix-Marseille University, France)
Dmitri Kuzmin (TU Dortmund, Germany)
Raphael Loubere (CNRS, France)
Pierre-Henri Maire (CEA, France)
Douglas Miller (LLNL, USA)
Jim Morel (Texas A & M)
Renaud Motte (CEA, France)
J. Michael Owen (LLNL, USA)
Igor Menshov (VNIIA and KIAM, Russia)
William Rider (SNL. USA)
Evgeniy Romenskiy (Sobolev Institute, RAS, Russia)
Richard Saurel (Aix-Marseille University, France)
Mikhail Shashkov (LANL, USA)
H.S. Udaykumar (U. Iowa, USA)
multimat2019 [at] unitn.it