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May 3 - 5, 2017
The purpose of this symposium is to bring together engineers and scientists from all disciplines that use computational modeling and simulation to discuss and exchange ideas and methods for verification of codes and solutions, simulation validation, and assessment of uncertainties in mathematical models, computational solutions, and experimental data. The conference will include plenary sessions and paper presentation sessions, some of which will be oriented by an application field, and some focused by technical goal and approach. The intent is to create an environment where scientists and engineers in various fields, who do not normally have an opportunity to interact, will be able to share verification and validation methods, approaches, success and failures, and ideas for the future.
Preconference activities will include V&V standards development committee meetings on various topics. ASME V&V Subcommittees currently include: Computational Solid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer, Nuclear Power Thermal/Fluids Systems, and Medical Devices.
The V&V Symposium will cover industry applications such as:
The V&V Symposium's attendees have an opportunity to interact with this year's top international practitioners including:
Los Alamos National Laboratory, ANSYS, Inc., Westinghouse Electric Company, Dassault Systems, Bechtel National, Inc., Virginia Tech, Sandia National Laboratories, Southwest Research Institute, National Tsing Hua University, US Air Force Research Laboratory, Federal Aviation Administration, Kinectrics, Inc., Clemson University, Weidlinger Associates, Johns Hopkins University, W. L. Oberkampf Consulting, Medical Device Innovation Consortium, University of Tokyo, MED, Institute, VEXTEC Corporation.
A unique attribute of this symposium is that it will include practitioners across a wide range of technical applications including, but not limited:
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