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The CFD4NRS-6 2016 Workshop hosted by the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA. The following the five previous workshops in the CFD4NRS series, held in Garching, Germany (Sept. 2006), Grenoble, France (Sept. 2008), Washington D.C., USA (Sept. 2010), Daejeon, S. Korea (2012) and Zurich, Switzerland (2014), offered a forum whereby numerical analysts and experimentalists exchanged information in the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Computational Multi-Fluid Dynamics (CMFD)...

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Logistics & Recreation


A limited number of rooms at a discounted conference rate have been arranged at the hotels below. These rooms are...

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Boston has excellent public transportation. The closest subway stop to MIT is Kendall Square on the Red Line. The...

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The online campus map provides the MIT community and visitors with an easy-to-use way to locate an MIT building, room...

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Many dining options are available on and near campus. See MIT’s Where to Eat Page and the List of Local Restaurants. During...

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We are currently developing our schedule of workshops for 2016 and will update our website when more information is available...

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Keynote Information

Poster Sessions

At the discretion of the reviewers, provision will be made for some papers to be presented as posters rather than orally. Full papers will still be expected; these will then be included in the official proceedings. This procedure will be followed to ensure that high quality papers, ...

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Each technical session at CFD4NRS-6 will be preceded by a keynote lecture, given by an internationally recognised expert. In addition, an integral part of the workshop will be to report results of the OECD-PSI International Benchmark on Flow mixing with uncertainty quantification,...

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Conference Services

Register Online Now - CFD4NRS-6 Workshop, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 13-15, 2016, Cambridge, MA-USA

Get in touch with us for all your CFD4NRS-6 registration questions on or before the date of the workshop.


Organizers, Planning, Registration Services

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Local Organizing Committee

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Jacopo Buongiorno

Professor and Associate Department Head Nuclear Science and Engineering Director, Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems (CANES). Education: PhD, NucEngineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000. B.S., Nuclear Engineering, Polytechnic of Milan, 1996.

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Carolyn Carrington

Carolyn Carrington joined MIT in 1999, and has worked in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering since 2003. In her current administrative role she manages the day-to-day operations of the Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems (CANES) and provide support to the Director and staff...

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Matteo Bucci

Research Scientist - Reactor Design and Safety Analysis. Research interests include multi-phase flow and heat transfer, advanced experimental diagnostics, reactor thermal-hydraulics, materials and safety. I work in cooperation with Profs. Buongiorno, Short and Baglietto...

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Event Location

Morss Hall, Wallker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive, Cambridge MA 02142. MIT Building - 50, Room - 140 Phone:(617) 253-3913 MIT map Morss Hall is a Grand Ballroom, with sparkling terrazzo floors, elegant colonnade balconies and colorful murals by Edwin Blashfield - will host sessions and posters. Jane H.
Tang Center, 70 Memorial Drive, MIT Building - E51, Room - 115. Entrance at 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge MA 02142. Phone: (617) 253-3913 MIT Map Entrance to the Wong Auditorium at 2 Amherst Street, The McPhersons
Wong Auditorium, Located in the Tang Center, 70 Memorial Drive, MIT Building E51, Room 115. Phone: (617) 253-3913 MIT Map Plenary session will be held at the Wong Auditorium which is located in the Tang Center building. It serves as the ideal location for lectures and symposiums and contains an audio amplification system with surround sound capability. John B
MIT Museum, 265 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge MA 02139, MIT Building N51, Phone: (617) 253-5927. MIT Map The MIT Museum presents an exciting array of exhibitions and displays with related programming that aims to share the creative energy of MIT. You'll enjoy a range of exhibitions that stimulate an understanding, and appreciation of scientific. Lorraine S

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