- Justin Kauffman, Virginia Tech
- Scott Miller
- John Gilbert
The goal of this mini-symposium is to provide a forum for investigators to discuss state-of-the art solutions to the modeling and numerical challenges unique to FSI problems. Novel papers describing the application of FSI technology to problems of all scales are desired, and the communication of software implementation details and associated benchmark problems is highly encouraged. Targeted themes for the session include: performance evaluation of original and commercial codes, verification and validation schemes and benchmarks, Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) formulations, Eulerian formulations, moving mesh methods, mesh-free methods, discretization techniques and approximation spaces, monolithic vs portioned solvers, conforming vs nonconforming mesh methods, immersed methods, overset methods, volumetric vs surface approaches, minimization of transfer costs, and complexity.