35th Parallel CFD International Conference 2024

02. - 04. Sep. 2024, University Club Bonn, Germany

35th Parallel CFD International Conference 2024


10.06.2024 - The proceedings will be published by our Publishing House from Forschungszentrum Jülich. All accepted extended abstracts as well as the proceedings document itself will be assigned a DOI and will this way be searchable world-wide by crawling indexing services.

16.05.2024 - The submission deadline has been extend to June 5th, 2024, midnight (CEST).
15.05.2024 - Note that the deadline for the submission on extended abstracts is TODAY, May 15, 2024, midnight (CEST).
03.05.2024 - Note that the upper limit of 4 pages for the extended abstracts is w/o the list of references.
25.04.2024 - The submission deadline has been extended to May 15, 2024.
18.04.2024 - We have published tentative prizes for the conference attendance here.
11.04.2024 - Mini-symposia organizers, reviewers, and contributors can now find additional information on the submission handling processes here.
21.03.2024 - We have accepted in total 9 mini-symposia (an overview can be found here). The submission system is now open for the submission of your extended abstracts. More information can be found here.

Welcome to ParCFD 2024

The Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics (ParCFD) 2024 Conference is the 35th event in the ParCFD series. The inaugural event was held in 1989 in Manhattan Beach, California, and the current event will be held in Bonn (Germany) in the pulsating heart of the Rhineland region.

ParCFD is an annual international forum devoted to the discussion of recent developments and applications of parallel computing in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics and related disciplines. ParCFD2024 will follow a hybrid format with both in-person and on-line broadcasting options. The event is organized by the Jülich Supercomputing Centre of Forschungszentrum Jülich, as part of the Helmholtz Association.

The topics of interest can cover, but are not limited to:

  • Parallel Algorithms and Solvers
  • Extreme-Scale Computing including Computations on Novel Hardware Technologies
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Applications
  • Multi-Phase Flows and Chemical Engineering Applications
  • Atmospheric and Ocean Modelling
  • Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification (VVUQ) in CFD Modelling
  • Turbulence, Combustion, and Acoustics
  • Multi-Disciplinary Design Optimization
  • Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Applications
  • Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
  • Software Frameworks and C/G-PU Computing
  • AI and Machine Learning for CFD

If you would like to become a conference sponsor please visit the sponsor page.