This is Arno, I am an M2 student at the IMD Lab.
I went to this year’s GCAD workshop to present my master’s research
on multi-scale particle-based fluid simulations. The workshop took place in
Toyohashi on Septemper, 9th.
The title of my presentation was “Adaptive Particle Splitting based on Turbulence
Energy for Fluid Simulations on GPUs” and I talked mainly about ideas on how
to dynamically sample fluids in certain regions at higher resolution to better
capture small scale details such as splashes. I was given 20 minutes presentation
time followed by a 10-minute question and answer session. Unfortunately for me,
my presentation was the only one in English, and so, even though most presentations
looked very interesting, I could not understand most of it. Most of the presenters
were masters and doctoral students. However, professors and people from the industry
had a talk as well. The workshop itself was very short. It contained nine
presentations over three sessions and finished at around 19:00h. Afterwards,
there was a dinner party, which I did not attend as my trip to Toyohashi was
quite exhausting and I wanted to go back as soon as possible.
I was happy to meet Professor Fujisawa, who is now professor at the University
of Tsukuba, again. During my masters period he kindly gave me a lot of advise
for my research.
For more information on the workshop itself, please check their website at: