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Feedback from MADELEINE minisymposium at ECCOMAS Congress 2021

The 14th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM) and 8th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS) took place virtually on 11-15 January 2021.

The MADELEINE partners organised a minisymposium entitled "Adjoint methods for multi-physics, including applications” (MS391). 5 presentations showcased the latest results achieved in MADELEINE. The files can be downloaded below:

Multidisciplinary ADjoint-based Enablers for LargE-scaleIndustrial desigN in aEronautics: Project Overview By ONERA - The FrenchAerospace Lab

Gradient-based Shape Optimization on irregular grids with the Vertex Morphing method by Technical University of Munich

Evaluation and comparison of mesh deformation techniques for industrial aerospace applications by University of Sheffield

Aeroacoustic Propeller Design Using High-Fidelity CFD and Ffowcs-Williams-Hawkings Analogy by NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre

Coupled Adjoint Fluid-Structure Interaction Technique for Flexible Wing Shape Optimization by NTUA - National Technical University of Athens

Additionally, several other contributions were made from the members of the “adjoint community”.

The live discussion for the MADELEINE minisymposium took place on Thursday 14th of January 2021 from 16:35 to 17:35 (Paris time). The attendees had the opportunity to engage into fruitful exchanges and networking with the representatives of research community involved in MADELEINE.

The website of the Congress will remain open until the 31st of August 2021 allowing the participants to watch pre-recorded talks, replay live talks and keep in touch with other participants by using the networking tools.

280 minisymposia were organised which featured more than 2500 scientific contributions and attracted more than 3000 participants from 30 countries.

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