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Secretariat – Math Department

Institute for Applied and Numerical Mathematics 2
Building 20.30 Room 3.012

Address
Englerstraße 2
D-76131 Karlsruhe

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Office hours:
Mon. - Thu.: 10:00-11:30

Tel.: +49 721 608 42680

E-mail: contact@lbrg.kit.edu

Secretariat – Process Engineering Department

Institute for Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics
Building 30.70 Room 205

Address
Straße am Forum 8
D-76131 Karlsruhe

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Office hours:
Mon. - Fri.: 9:00-12:00

Tel.: +49 721 608 42401

E-mail: contact@lbrg.kit.edu

News

2019/09/17

The international workshop “Data-driven Modeling and Optimization in Fluid Mechanics“ successfully finished.

Workshop It focused on the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, evolutional algorithms and adjoint-based optimization to fluid dynamics-related problems with special focus on turbulent flows and flow control. The executive committee were happy to host 95 participants from 11 countries and 3 continents, including 11 speakers in Karlsruhe, Germany. The workshop was organised under the patronage of the “MathSEE“ Centre of the Karlsruhe Institut of Technology and sponsored by - KIT-centre MathSEE - DFG Priority Program 1881 - DFG Colaborative Research Center/Transregio 150 The organisation of workshop was supported by Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Lattice Boltzmann Research Group at KIT.

2019/07/10

International Workshop on Data-driven Modeling and Optimization in Fluid Mechanics

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2019/06/29

LBRG at the open-day of the KIT

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2019/05/20

OpenLB release 1.3 available

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2019/05/09

New project started: Thermal Comfort Evaluation by Lattice Boltzmann Simulations, Industry funded

2019/05/01

New project started: Fundamental investigation of particle-layer rearrangement in ceramic wall flow filters by resolved particle simulations, DFG funded

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2019/04/11

OpenLB at PowTech 2019, Nürnberg Germany (April 9th to 11th)

MesseOur Virtual Reality (VR) approach for process engineering applications shows OpenLB’s latest simulation results. In the VR presentation an observer can explore the data in a room filling virtual reality with VR glasses and controller.


Read more about our VR visualuation approach at https://www.openlb.net/vrar-visualization.

2019/03/19

New project started: Mesoscopic Molecular Dynamics Simulations - Development of Models and Computational Strategies for Complex Structural Bioinformatics Problems

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2019/02/26

International Spring School at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences - With High-Performance Computers on the Way to the Digital Twin

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2019/01/17

Hiwi Job Available (c++ Programming)

Task
Your job is to support the members of LBRG in their research and teaching activities by taking on increasingly complex programming tasks. This includes amongst others things:

  • Programming in C++
  • Creation of test
  • Performing validation tests
  • Documentation

Requirements

  • Object-oriented programming language, ideally C++
  • Implementation of numerical methods in computer programs
  • Experience with Linux

2019/01/17

New project: Mesoskopische Molekulardynamik Simulationen (MMD), DAAD ProBral Brasilien-Deutschland Initiative (2019-2020)

2018/11/24

Apply now for scholarship the third spring school Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab will take place 18-22 February 2019 in Mannheim. Until 14 December KIT students can apply for a participation scholarship by sending an e-mail with your CV to us.

2018/09/06

Registration Open for the Third Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab.

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2018/09

Research to Business presents applied mathematics: Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl and Dr. Mathias J. Krause digitize particle streams in process engineering using numerical simulation and help to optimize industrial processes.

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2018/06/19

Trailer shows simulations done with OpenLB.

Watch it on the OpenLB Youtube channel

2018/04/26

LBRG presents their Virtual Reality approach for process engineering applications at Achema 2018, Frankfurt Germany (June 11th to 15th, Hall 9.2 A80)

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2018/03/23

LBM Spring School with OpenLB Software Lab successfully finished

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2018/02/19

OpenLB release 1.2 available

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2018/02/01

New team member Nicolas Hafen

He is working on the simulation of particulate fluid flows in gas particle systems in a collaboration of LBRG with the group Gas Particle Systems of Prof. Dr.-Ing Achim Dittler.


2018/01/22

Registration for Proseminar Mathematische Algorithmen open

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2017/09/13

Registration Open for the Second Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab

Registration is now open for the spring school Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab that will be held in Karlsruhe, Germany, from March 19th to March 23th. The spring school introduces scientists and applicants from industry to the theory of LBM and trains them on practical problems. The first half of the week is dedicated to the theoretical fundamentals of LBM up to ongoing research on selected topics. This is followed by mentored training on case studies using OpenLB in the second half, where the participants gain deep insights into LBM and its applications. This educational concept is probably unique in the LBM community and offers a comprehensive and personal guided approach to LBM. Participants also benefit from the knowledge exchange during poster session, coffee breaks and an excursion. We look forward to your participation.

Mind that the number of participants is limited and that the registration follows a first come first serve principle.

Registration: http://www.openlb.net/spring-school-registration
More information: http://www.openlb.net/spring-school-2018

On behalf of the spring school executive committee, Ezeddine Sediki, Mathias J. Krause, Mahdi Tekitek, Albert Mink.

2017/06/07

OpenLB Community YouTube Channel Update

New VideoA new video shows the results of a famous benchmark problem in CFD. The lid driven cavity problem illustrates a flow in a cuboid. The top wall moves from left to right with a constant velocity, while the other walls are fixed. The fundamental feature of this often studied fluid flow problem is the formation of a large primary vortex in the center and two smaller vortices near the two lower edges. Different techniques are applied to visualize the fluid flow including the vortices with the cavity. The source code of this simulations can be found in the examples section of the latest release of OpenLB. You will find more information in our show case section.


If you have a nice video which you have obtained with OpenLB, please let us know and we will link it or upload it. Please contact us.