The MADELEINE project


Call for abstracts!

You can still send your abstract to the mini-symposium “Adjoint Methods For Multi-Physics, Including Applications”, the deadline for submission has been shifted to 15 January 2020!

​Michaël Méheut from ONERA, Shahrokh Shahpar from Rolls Royce and Kyriakos Giannakoglou from National Technical University of Athens are organising a mini-symposium at the 14th WCCM and ECCOMAS Congress 2020.

The aim of this symposium is to present the progresses made on multidisciplinary adjoint based optimization ranging from academic developments up to industrial and complex applications. Several partners of the MADELEINE project will present their results but the objective is to also have contributions from other European and international universities, research centres, SMEs and industrial companies among the “adjoint community”.

We count on you to spread the word within your network and we look forward to seeing you in July!

FYI: the reference of the mini-symposium of MADELEINE is:MS391: “Adjoint Methods For Multi-Physics, Including Applications” in “1300 - Inverse Problems, Optimization and Design”.

Visit the homepage of the 14th WCCM and ECCOMAS congress 2020.

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