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 Welcome

This is the web site of the Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments Technical Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

The scope of this technical committee is to explore the application of computer science to pre-processing, post-processing, and infrastructure in support of computational simulation in the Aerospace Community. Specific topics of interest include mesh generation, visualization technologies, user environments, and application integration. This committee provides a forum for members to exchange information, share best practices, and to keep current on the rapidly evolving information technologies impacting computational simulation.

The committee typically meets four times per year:

  • face-to-face at AIAA SciTech conference in January
  • telecon in March
  • face-to-face at AIAA Aviation conference in June
  • telecon in September/October

The committee is actively soliciting industry, academic, and government members with experience in the development and application of tools, processes, and techniques for computational simulation. Engineering specialists and first-level managers are sought in particular. For more information, please contact the MVCE Chair.

Carl F. Ollivier-Gooch, MVCE Chair

 TAC Announcements

AIAA Social Media Policy11/2/2016 8:32 AM
by Betty GuillieNo presence information
AIAA has a Social Media Policy! Many committees (along with regions, sections and branches) have "unofficial"-official AIAA pages on Facebook, Twitter, etc. The policy isn't meant to be a set of rules that would constrain activity on those pages; it just outlines what the Institute would consider to be inappropriate content for an AIAA-branded page and explains what to do in the case of a hack or account compromise. To access the Social Media Policy, please click on this link: http://www.aiaa.org/SocialMediaPolicy/.

Forum Locations and Dates for 20177/20/2016 10:02 AM
by Betty GuillieNo presence information
The dates and locations for the 2017 forums have been finalized.
 

AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition

9-13 January

Gaylord Texan

Grapevine, TX

 

AIAA Defense Forum

25-27 April

Applied Physics Lab, JHU

Laurel, MD

 

AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition

5-9 June

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Denver, CO

 

AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum and Exposition

10-12 July

Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Atlanta, GA

 

AIAA Space and Astronautics Forum and Exposition

12-14 September

Hyatt Regency Orlando

Orlando, FL

 


 Announcements

Aug 2016 Telecon Minutes Attachment
by David S Thompson
 8/17/2016 11:40 AM
 
Apr 2016 Telecon Minutes. Attachment
by David S Thompson
 4/12/2016 11:07 AM
 
2015 Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments  
by David S Thompson
 1/9/2016 10:14 PM
 
Thanks to Carl Ollivier-Gooch, outgoing MVCE TC Chair 
by David S Thompson
 1/9/2016 10:10 PM
 
2014 Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments  
by David S Thompson
 1/9/2016 9:57 PM
 
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 Chair Information

Chair
Nicholas J Wyman
Email :nwyman@pointwise.com
Affiliation :Pointwise, Inc.
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