From June 3rd to June 5th, Azahar Monge, member of the DyCon project, participated in the VIII International Conference on Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering (COUPLED19) that took place in Sitges (Barcelona). The conference had a very interdisciplinary atmosphere as it brought together mathematicians, physicists and engineers working on coupled problems. The event was an opportunity to strengthen relationships and collaborations with various researchers as coupled problems has been her main research focus until she joined DyCon. She was invited by Dr. Benjamin Uekermann (Eindhoven University of Technology) and Prof. Miriam Mehl (University of Stuttgart) to participate in the minisymposium Multi-physics Simulations with the Coupling Library preCICE. preCICE (Precise Code Interaction Coupling Environment) is a coupling library for partitioned multi-physics simulations developed mainly by the Chair of Scientific Computing at the Technical University of Münich and the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems at the University of Stuttgart. The minisymposium consisted of three sessions and brought together developers, users and collaborators. Azahar presented a joint work with the PhD student Benjamin Rüth (Technical University of Münich) and Prof. Philipp Birken (Lund University) titled Partitioned Multirate Domain Decomposition Waveform Relaxation Methods for the Heat Equation.
The slides used for the presentation can be found here.