Fri, 21 Jan|
My journey with OpenFOAM
By Dr Jozsef Nagy, Eulerian-Solutions e.U. , Austria
Time & Location
21 Jan 2022, 14:00 – 15:00
About the Event
Dr Nagy will speak about his CFD research to date using OpenFOAM. He will take the audience on a journey through a wide range of topics he was involved with throughout his career, including compressible multiphase flows, injection moulding, fire safety, rain run-off and aneurysm simulations. The talk will finish off with a few insights into his engagement in the OpenFOAM community.
Dr József Nagy graduated from the Vienna University of Technology in Physics and finished his PhD in Chemical Engineering. For six years he held the position of a post-doc at the Johannes Kepler University, where he worked on polymer materials. He is the Chair of the Technical Committee for Tutorials and Documentation in the OpenFOAM Governance System and Chief Editor of the OpenFOAM Journal. He has the biggest YouTube channel with specialized tutorials for learning CFD with OpenFOAM. Currently, he has his own company eulerian-solutions, where he works as a CFD engineer. His areas of interest are diverse, multiphase flows, complex materials, porous media, fire and species dispersion, Fluid-Solid Interaction (FSI) and model development and implementation as well as custom workflows for specific applications.