"The University of Wyoming Campus, at 7220 feet above sea level, is the highest altitude campus in the US. (Its not the CFD, its our location)"

Collaboration & Participation

Our group participates in the Wind Energy Research Center (WERC) and the Wyoming High Performance Computational Science and Engineering Cluster (CSE) group. Lab members often present and participate in the The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) conference and the American Helicopter Society (AHS). Sponsored by AIAA and NASA our group also participates in the high-order workshop, drag prediction workshop, and the high lift prediction workshop.



Recent Posts & Press


October 26 2017

Dimitri Mavriplis is the organizer and chair for the "FUTURE CFD TECHNOLOGIES WORKSHOP"
This event is Preceeding the AIAA Scitech 2018 Conference on January 6-7, 2018, Click here for more information.




October 19 2017

Earl Duque of Intelligent Light is presenting results from Mavriplis CFD Lab at the Super Computing conference (SC17) with PhD student Andrew Kirby. This talk: "HPC Impact Showcase: Energy and Climate" will be on Wednesday, November 15th from 11am - 11:30am at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver CO.

There will also be a poster presented by Andrew Kirby to accompany the talk. Click here to view the poster.




October 11 2017

Dimitri Mavriplis Keynote speaker at Wind Tech 2017 talk on October 24th 2017 at 1:30 in Boulder CO: "High Performance Computational Science and Engineering: Using Mathematics and Computer Science to Solve Complex Engineering Problems"




April 11 2017

Dimitri Mavriplis gives President's talk on April 20th 2017: "High Performance Computational Science and Engineering: Using Mathematics and Computer Science to Solve Complex Engineering Problems"

To see the recorded talk click here