The International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications 6
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    Final program

    Final version of the symposium booklet including the program is available here.


    The registration desk will be opened on Sunday June 5. between 16:00-19:00 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (conference venue). There will be also welcome coctail!

    Next, the registration desk will be opened during all the conference at the ground floor of the faculty building.



    • Monday: 003, 005, 006,  129, 011, 012, 017, 022, 026, 028, 029, 033, 034, 038, 039, 041, 042, 057, 060, 061, 062, 071
    • Tuesday: 075, 078, 081, 088, 089, 090, 093, 095, 096, 097, 101, 105, 111, 112, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 128, 130

    Poster boards are 1m wide and 2m high. We recommend A0 size.

    We propose to print your poster using our plotter, the price for A0 poster is EUR 20,- for plain paper and EUR 30,- for photo paper. Please contact our secretary for details.


    The numbers in the timetable correspond to Springer ID of the papers (see table below).

    Invited presentations: 40 minutes (including 5 minutes for questions).

    Regular presentations: 20 minutes (including 5 minutes for questions).

    Posters: there will be short oral presentation for each poster (cca 3 min., max. 1-2 slides, no questions)

    Invited Speakers

    • Daniele DI PIETRO, IFP Energies nouvelles, Rueil-Mailmaison, France: Lowest order methods for diffusive problems on general meshes: A unified approach to definition and implementation, presentation
    • Alexandre ERN, Paris-Est University, France: A unified framework for a posteriori error estimation in elliptic and parabolic problems with application to finite volumes, presentation
    • Roel VERSTAPPEN, University of Twente, Netherlands: Symmetry-preserving finite-volume methods for incompressible flows, presentation
    • Jean-Claude LATCHÉ, IRSN, France: Staggered discretizations, pressure corrections schemes and all speed barotropic flows, presentation
    • Jinghai LI, Chinese Academy of Science, China: Real-Time Simulation of Chemical Processes –  Its actualization depends on the understanding of meso-scales, presentation
    • Richard LISKA, Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ: ALE Method for Simulations of Laser-Produced Plasmas
    • Mohammed SEAID, University of Durham, UK: A two-dimensional finite volume solution of dam-break hydraulics over erodible sediment beds, presentation

    Regular papers

    001Denys Dutykh, Theodoros Katsaounis, Dimitrios MitsotakisDispersive wave runup on non-uniform shorespresentation
    002Abdallah BradjiSome abstract error estimates of a finite volume scheme for the wave equation on general nonconforming multidimensional spatial meshespresentation
    003Kateryna Dorogan, Jean-Pierre Minier, Jean-Marc HérardA two-dimensional relaxation scheme for the hybrid modelling of two-phase flowspresentation
    004Jean-Michel Ghidaglia, Daniel Chauveheid, Mathieu PeybernesA Finite Volume solver for radiation hydrodynamics in the non equilibrium diffusion limitpresentation
    005Koottungal Revi Arun, Maria Lukáčová-Medviďová, Phoolan PrasadNumerical Front Propagation Using Kinematical Conservation Lawspresentation
    006Stéphane Dellacherie, Pascal OmnesOn the Godunov scheme applied to the variable cross-section linear wave equationpresentation
    007Francoise Foucher, Christophe BerthonHydrostatic upwind scheme for the shallow-water modelpresentation
    008Christophe Chalons, Frédéric Coquel, Samuel Kokh, Nicole SpillaneLarge time-step numerical scheme for the seven-equation model of compressible two-phase flowspresentation
    009Rodolphe Turpault, Christophe BerthonFinite Volumes Asymptotic Preserving Schemes for Systems of Conservation Laws with Stiff Source Termspresentation
    010Marco Bilanceri, François Beux, Hervé Guillard, Maria Vittoria Salvetti, Imad ElmahiComparison of Explicit and Implicit Time Advancing in the Simulation of a 2D Sediment Transport Problem
    011Dragan Vidovic, Milan Dotlic, Milan Dimkic, Milenko Pusic, Jovana RadanovicFinite volume method for well-driven groundwater flowpresentation
    012Steven Diot, Raphaël Loubère, Stéphane ClainMulti-dimensional Optimal Order Detection (MOOD) — A very high-order Finite Volume Scheme for conservation laws on unstructured meshes presentation
    014Jürgen Fuhrmann, Hartmut Langmach, Alexander LinkeMass Conservative Coupling Between Fluid Flow and Solute Transportpresentation
    015Karol Mikula, Mario Ohlberger Inflow-Implicit/Outflow-Explicit scheme for solving advection equationspresentation
    017Frédéric Coquel, Jean-Marc Hérard, Khaled Saleh, Nicolas SeguinA relaxation approach for simulating fluid flows in a nozzle.presentation
    019Robert Eymard, Alexander Linke, Jürgen FuhrmannMAC schemes on triangular meshespresentation
    020Anaïs Crestetto, Philippe HelluyWater-bag model and method of moments for the Vlasov equationpresentation
    021emmanuel audusse, rupert klein, duy duc nguyen, Stefan VaterPreservation of the discrete geostrophic equilibrium in shallow water flowspresentation
    022Florian Haider, Pierre Brenner, Bernard Courbet, Jean-Pierre CroisilleEfficient Implementation of High Order Reconstruction in Finite Volume Methodspresentation
    023Lourenço Beirão da Veiga, Konstantin Lipnikov, Gianmarco ManziniArbitrary order nodal mimetic discretizations of elliptic problems on polygonal meshes
    025Marco Bilanceri, François Beux, Maria Vittoria SalvettiNumerical simulation of the flow in a turbopump inducer in non-cavitating and cavitating conditions
    026Radka Keslerová, Karel KozelNumerical Simulation of Viscous and Viscoelastic Fluids Flow by Finite Volume Methodpresentation
    027Emmanuel Franck, Christophe Buet, Bruno DespresAsymptotic preserving finite volumes schemes for two
    moments models on unstructured meshes
    028Mario Ohlberger, Martin Drohmann, Bernard HaasdonkAdaptive Reduced Basis Methods for Nonlinear Convection--Diffusion Equationspresentation
    029sana chaabane khelifi, Namane Mechitoua, Frank Hülsemann, Frédéric MagoulèsAn Aggregation based algebraic multigrid method applied to Convection-Diffusion Operators
    030Milan Zaloudek, Fort Jaroslav, Herman DeconinckUnsteady Numerical Simulation of the Turbulent Flow around an Exhaust Valvepresentation
    031Vaclav KuceraHigher-order reconstruction: From finite volumes to discontinuous Galerkin
    032Karol Mikula, Pavol KutikFinite Volume Schemes for Solving Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations in Financial Mathematics
    033Yannick Gorsse, Angelo Iollo, Lisl WeynansA simple second order cartesian scheme for compressible flowspresentation
    034Robert Eymard, Angela Handlovicova, Raphael Herbin, Karol Mikula, Olga StasovaGradient schemes for image processingpresentation
    038Milan Kucharik, Mikhail ShashkovFlux-Based Approach for Conservative Remap of Multi-Material Quantities in 2D Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian Simulations
    039Eric Chénier, Robert Eymard, Raphaèle HerbinAn extension of the MAC scheme to some unstructured meshespresentation
    040Robert Eymard, Raphaèle HerbinGradient Scheme Approximations for Diffusion Problemspresentation
    041Dervieux Alain, Hubert Alcin, Olivier AllainVolume-agglomeration coarse grid in Schwarz algorithmpresentation
    042Klaus GaertnerCharge transport in semiconductors and a finite volume scheme
    046Marianne ChatardAsymptotic behavior of the Scharfetter-Gummel scheme for the drift-diffusion model
    051Vladimír Fuka, Josef BrechlerLarge Eddy Simulation of the Stable Boundary Layerpresentation
    052Boris AndreianovTime compactness tools for discretized evolution equations and applications to degenerate parabolic PDEspresentation
    057Max Duarte, Marc Massot, Stéphane Descombes, Thierry DumontAdaptive Time-Space Algorithms for the Simulation of Multi-scale Reaction Waves
    060Robert EYMARD, Cindy Guichard, Roland MassonGrid Orientation Effect and MultiPoint Flux Approximationpresentation
    061Philippe Angot, Thomas Auphan, Olivier GuèsPenalty methods for the hyperbolic system modelling the wall-plasma interaction in a tokamakpresentation
    062Stella KrellStabilized DDFV schemes for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equationspresentation
    068Robert Eymard, Cindy Guichard, Raphaèle Herbin, Roland MassonMultiphase flow in porous media using the VAG schemepresentation
    069Tomas BodnarOn Some High Resolution Schemes for Stably Stratified Fluid Flowspresentation
    070Ivan Kapyrin, Yuri Vassilevski, Kirill Nikitin, Alexander DanilovApplication of nonlinear monotone finite volume schemes to advection-diffusion problemspresentation
    071Petr Furmanek, Jiří Fürst, Karel Kozel3D Unsteady Flow Simulation with Use of the ALE Methodpresentation
    072Franck BoyerConvergence analysis of the upwind finite volume scheme for general transport problems
    073Karol Mikula, Nadine Peyrieras, Mariana Remesikova, Michal Smisek4D numerical schemes for cell image segmentation and trackingpresentation
    075Jiří Fürst, Jaroslav Fort, Petr Louda, Petr Sváček, Zdeněk Šimka, Pavel Pánek, Miroslav Hajsman, Karel Kozel, Jan HalamaFVM-FEM coupling and its application to turbomachinerypresentation
    077Stefan Vater, rupert klein, Omar M. KnioScale-selective time integration for Long-Wave Linear Acoustics
    078thierry gallouet, Raphaèle Herbin, Jean-Claude Latche, Tan-Trung NguyenPlaying with Burgers's equationpresentation
    080Hélène Mathis, Nicolas SeguinModel Adaptation for Hyperbolic Systems with Relaxation
    081Thu-Huyen DAO, Michael NDJINGA, Frédéric MagoulèsImplicit Schemes for Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations
    085Robert Eymard, Simon LEMAIRE, Roland Masson, Daniele Di PietroHybrid Finite Volume Discretization of Linear Elasticity Models on General Meshespresentation
    086Nancy Chalhoub, Tony Sayah, Martin Vohralik, Alexandre ErnA posteriori error estimates for unsteady convection-diffusion-reaction problems and the finite volume methodpresentation
    088Muhammad Asif Farooq, Bernhard MüllerCartesian Grid Method for the Compressible Euler Equations
    089Florence Hubert, Gianmarco Manzini, Yves CoudièreA CeVeFE DDFV scheme for discontinuous anisotropic permeability tensorspresentation
    090Daniil Svyatskiy, Konstantin Lipnikov, Gianmarco ManziniMonotonicity conditions in the mimetic finite difference method
    091Angelo Iollo, Thomas Milcent, Haysam TelibA Sharp Contact Discontinuity Scheme for Multimaterial Modelspresentation
    092Claire CHAINAIS-HILLAIRET, VIGNAL Marie-HélèneAsymptotic preserving schemes in the quasi-neutral limit for the drift-diffusion systempresentation
    093bruno despres, emmanuel labourasseTowards stabilization ofFinite Volume Lagrangian schemes for compressible gas dynamicspresentation
    094Ilja Kröker, Christian Rohde, Raimund BürgerUncertainty Quantification for a Clarifier-Thickener Model with Random Feedpresentation
    095Petr StrakaHigh Order Chimera Grid Interface for Transonic Turbomachinery Applications
    096Philippe Helluy, Jonathan Jung, Jean-Marc HérardA well-balanced scheme for two-fluid flows in variable cross-section ductspresentation
    097Florian de Vuyst, Valeria Ricci, Francesco SalvaraniNonlocal second order vehicular traffic flow models and Lagrange-remap finite volumespresentation
    098Konstantin Brenner, Clément Cancès, Danielle HilhorstA convergent finite volume scheme for two-phase flows in porous media with discontinuous capillary pressure field presentation
    100Philippe Angot, Jean-Paul Caltagirone, Pierre FabrieA Spectacular Vector Penalty-Projection Method for Darcy and Navier-Stokes Problems
    101Jiří Šimonek, Zbyněk Jaňour, Karel KozelNumerical Solution of 2D and 3D Atmospheric Boundary Layer Stratified Flowspresentation
    102Preux ChristopheStudy and approximation of IMPES stability: the CFL criteria
    105Benjamin Martin, Frederic PascalDiscrete Duality Finite Volume method applied to linear elasticitypresentation
    111Fayssal Benkhaldoun, Mohammed Seaid, Kamel MohamedA Generalized Rusanov method for Saint-Venant Equations with Variable Horizontal Densitypresentation
    112Amal Fettah, Thierry GallouetCompressible Stokes problem with general EOSpresentation
    117Anela Kumbaro, Michael NDJINGAOptimized Riemann Solver to compute the drift-flux modelpresentation
    118Yann MOGUEN, Tarik Kousksou, Pascal Bruel, Jan Vierendeels, Erik DickRhie-Chow interpolation for low Mach number flow computation allowing small time steps
    119Jens Griepentrog, Annegret GlitzkyOn Discrete Sobolev-Poincare Inequalities for Voronoi Finite Volume Approximationspresentation
    120christophe berthon, Yves Coudière, Vivien DesveauxDevelopement of DDFV methods for the Euler equationspresentation
    121Franck Boyer, Fanny Dardalhon, Céline Lapuerta, Jean-Claude LatcheA Low Degree Non-Conforming Approximation of the Steady Stokes Problem with an Eddy Viscosity
    122Martin Vohralik, Carole WIDMER, Daniele Di PietroAn a posteriori error estimator for a finite volume discretization of the two-phase flowpresentation
    123Raphaèle Herbin, Walid Kheriji, Jean-Claude LatcheDiscretization of the viscous dissipation term with the MAC schemepresentation
    126Pavel Strachota, Michal BenešA Multipoint Flux Approximation Finite Volume Scheme for Solving Anisotropic Reaction-Diffusion Systems in 3Dpresentation
    128Fayssal Benkhaldoun, Amadou Mahamane, Mohammed SeaidAdaptive cell-centered finite volume method for non-homogeneous diffusion problems: Application to transport in porous mediapresentation
    129Yasser Al Huri, Fayssal Benkhaldoun, Driss Ouazar, Mohammed Seaid, Ahmed Taik, Imad ElmahiA comparison between the meshless and the finite volume methods for shallow water flowspresentation
    130Ivo Sladek, Karel Kozel, Zbyněk JaňourOn the numerical validation study of stratified flow over 2D-hill test case

    The table contains also links to slides/posters

    Benchmark Session

    There will be a special half-day benchmark session on anisotropic diffusion organized by R. Herbin and F. Hubert. The information about proposed benchmark are available here.

    142Robert Eymard, Gerard Henry, Raphaele Herbin, Florence Hubert, Robert Klöfkorn, Gianmarco Manzini3D Benchmark on Discretization Schemes for Anisotropic Diffusion Problems on General Gridpresentation
    127Hanen Amor, Marc Bourgeois, Gregory MathieuIRSN contribution to the 3D anisotropic benchmark
    103Florence Hubert, Boris Andreianov, Stella KrellBenchmark 3D: a version of the DDFV scheme with cell/vertex unknowns on general meshes.presentation
    018Peter BastianBenchmark 3D: Symmetric Weighted Interior Penalty Discontinuous Galerkin Scheme
    099Peter Bastian, Olaf Ippisch, Sven MarnachBenchmark 3D: A Mimetic Finite Difference Method
    131Ibtihel Ben Gharbia, Jérôme Jaffré, Nadupuri Suresh Kumar, Jean E. RobertsBenchmark 3D : a Composite Hexahedral Mixed Finite Element
    116Yves Coudière, Florence Hubert, Gianmarco ManziniBenchmark 3D: CeVeFE-DDFV, a discrete duality scheme with cell/vertex/face+edge unknownspresentation
    024Gianmarco Manzini, Yves CoudièreBenchmark 3D: the cell-centered finite volume method using least squares vertex reconstruction ("diamond scheme")
    082Alexander Danilov, Yuri VassilevskiBenchmark 3D: A monotone nonlinear finite volume method for diffusion equations on polyhedral meshespresentation
    036Robert Eymard, Thierry Gallouet, Raphaele Herbin3D Benchmark: the SUSHI schemepresentation
    065Robert Eymard, Cindy Guichard, Raphaele Herbin3D Benchmark: the VAG schemepresentation
    037Robert KlöfkornBenchmark 3D: The Compact Discontinuous Galerkin 2 Scheme
    050Konstantin Lipnikov, Gianmarco ManziniBenchmark 3D: Mimetic finite difference method for generalized polyhedral meshes
    079Charles Pierre, Yves CoudièreBenchmark 3D: CeVe-DDFV, a discrete duality scheme with cell/vertex unknowns.presentation
    115Mary Wheeler, Guangri Xue, Ivan YotovBenchmark 3D: A multipoint flux mixed finite element method on
    general hexahedra
    150O. Angelini, J. Bonelle, B. AudebertBenchmark 3D: SUSHI Finite Volume Scheme with Code_Saturnepresentation