Institute of Aeronautics and Applied Mechanics, Warsaw University of Technology
The Institute of Aeronautics and Applied Mechanics is one of the largest Institutes of the Warsaw University of Technology (ranked first among universities offering Engineering Degree in Poland).The Institute (founded in 1928) employs 120 people. has over 1200 students. and is devoted to research and education in the general areas of Aeronautics, Robotics and Machine Design. It provides 4-year Engineering Degree courses, Master Degree and 4-year Ph.D. studies.
The research activity covers in particular Aerodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Aircraft Design. The Institute was/is involved in numerous FP5-7 projects. The CFD group involved in the project has its own computing centre with a range of parallel clusters (the most recent: 80 core Opteron cluster, 2GB of RAM per core).
Prof. Jacek Rokicki (firstname.lastname@example.org) Head of the Department of Aerodynamics with over 20 years of CFD research experience, participant of numerous national and European projects (e.g., PEGAS, HiReTT, M-DAW, NACRE, ADIGMA, FlowHead).
- A. Jaworski, J.-D. Müller, "Toward modular multigrid design optimisation", ECCOMAS 2008.
- Jacek Rokicki, Wienczyslaw Stalewski, Jerzy Zoltak, "Multi-Disciplinary Preliminary Optimisation of the Forward Swept Wing", KATnet II, Multi-Disc. Des. & Conf. Opt. Workshop, Braunschweig, 2008
- J. Majewski, "Time dependent adaptation for compressible flows", Proceedings of ECCOMAS CFD 2006 - European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Egmont aan Zee, Holland, ISBN: 90-9020970-0, (2006)