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Government Lab Symposium

The Government Lab Symposium is a special event of invited talks from US national labs. Each talk will provide an overview of the lab's facility and present on collaboration opportunities and review scientific libraries and software used in research in the area of CFD modelling and simulation. These presentations may also describe the current state of the art in computing at scale at these facilities. Presentations will be followed by a panel for answering questions.
Invited Speakers
Jack Wells, Director of Science for the National Center for Computer Sciences, Oakridge National Lab (Confirmed)
John Turner, Group Leader, Oakridge National Lab (Confirmed)
Paul Fischer, Professor, Argonne National Lab (Confirmed)
Ahmed Taha, Staff Scientist, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (TBD)

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Tour

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway first opened in 1909 with balloon races followed by motorcycle races, however, it became famous for the Indianapolis 500 mile race. The 102nd –500 mile race will be run on Sunday, May 27, 2018. The ParCFD participants will visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, watch the Indy cars practice for the Indy 500 and visit the museum. Today the Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts a number of races including the Red Bull Air Race, INDYCAR Grand Prix, 102 Running of the Indy 500, Brickyard Vintage Invitational, and the Brickyard 400.

More information will be available soon.