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Applications are open for the 2nd CCP-WSI Hackathon on 29 June - 1 July 2022 at University of Exeter. The theme is multi-physics code coupling and participants will receive advanced training, giving an unparalleled opportunity to produce sustainable, open-source codes and research outputs, as well as establish collaborations from the wider community. Applications close at midnight on Friday 10th June 2022.


The next SUTGEF meeting will take place on 25 May in the Department of Engineering Science in Oxford and will run in hybrid format. There will be three talks relating to the EPSRC project "Extreme Loading on FOWT under Complex Environmental Conditions”. Please sign up by Monday 23rd May.


The 3rd CCP-WSI Code Developers’ Workshop will be on the afternoons of 28th - 29th April 2022. It is a free to attend, online event with a focus on the theory and coding of code coupling technologies, particularly in the field of multi-phase fluid-structure interaction. Registration is open!


All material from the first CoSeC conference, part of Computing Insight UK is now available.

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