A central component of the OpenFOAM Workskop is training provided by experts within the community.
Currently, the following 90 minute training sessions have been confirmed (final titles may change):
- Basic and advanced training for swak4Foam and PyFoam, by Bernhard Gschaider, HFD Research
- The CLI & run-time post-processing in OpenFOAM, by Gavin Tabor, University of Exeter
- Using Blender to visualise OpenFOAM cases, by Kevin Nolan, University College Dublin
- Flexible & efficient multiphysics simulations with the coupling library preCICE, by Gerasimos Chourdakis, Technical University of Munich
- An introduction to process automation and multi-physics simulation with HELYX‡, by Paolo Geremia, Engys
- Basic and advanced training on using ParaView to visualise OpenFOAM cases, by Kitware
- How to run your first simulation in OpenFOAM and run it also with snappyHexMesh, by Jozsef Nagy, eulerian-solutions e.U.
- Introduction to cloud-based simulation with SimScale‡, by Jousef Murad, SimScale
- Rotating Machinery, by Håkan Nilsson, Chalmers University of Technology
- Performing optimisation using Dakota and OpenFOAM, by Joel Guerrero, University of Genoa, and Wolf Dynamics
- Finite volume discretisation, by Hrvoje Jasak, Wikki Ltd, and University of Cambridge
- How to add a transport equation to scalarTransportFoam, by Henrik Rusche, Wikki GmbH
Using OpenFOAM to design extrusion dies for thermoplastic profiles, by João Miguel Nóbrega, University of Minho: unfortunately this training is cancelled.
- Meshing best practices for OpenFOAM with Pointwise‡, by Chris Sideroff, Applied CCM Canada
- blastFoam: a solver for highly compressible, multi-phase reacting flows, including high-explosive detonation, by Jeff Heylmun, Synthetik Applied Technologies
- Machine learning-aided CFD with OpenFOAM and PyTorch, by Andre Weiner, Technical University of Braunschweig
- Incompressible flow simulation using regularized hydrodynamics equations in OpenFOAM v2012, by Aleksandr Ivanov, Institute for System Programming of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISP RAS)
- Compressible flow simulation using regularized quasi-gas dynamic equations in OpenFOAM v2012, by Maria Kiryushina, Institute of Applied Mathematics of the RAS, Moscow, and Andrey Epikhin, Ivannikov Institute for system programming of the RAS, Moscow
- How to run your OpenFOAM simulation on Qarnot's cloud-computing platform to reduce its carbon footprint‡, by Thanh-Tri Nguyen, Qarnot Computing: this training is newly added, 25-May-21
Our training schedule is now full, however, if you are still interrested in giving a talk, please consider the Splash Talks.
‡ Not all content is available free-of-charge.