GiD Convention 2020

What is GiD convention?

The GiD Convention is an event organized by the GiD Team, with the objective to bring together users and developers of GiD pre/post processing system in order to exchange ideas and experiences on the generation of data for computer simulation and the graphic visualization of numerical results. It takes place every two years since 2002, and a new official version of GiD is released in the frame of each GiD Convention.

Celebrating new GiD 15

Next July 20th, the new GiD 15 will be launched and we want to celebrate the release with you.

100% Online convention

The 10th GiD convention will bring together GiD users and problemtypes developers that will present their latest advances. Furthermore, GiD Team will present the new features of GiD 15.

Due to the pandemic situation, it’s not possible to perform a presential convention as past editions, so GiD Team has prepared an online edition for the 10th edition of the convention, where the attendees will be able to participate on the event virtually.

Despite the change of the format, the GiD convention will maintain the objectives of past versions, creating a space to share ideas and experiences in the computer simulation world.

Don’t miss the opportunity and join us at 10th GiD convention!

Schedule

MONDAY JULY 20th, 2020

 
 
 

Pre convention videos

The speakers have prepared a short video where you can see an overview of their presentations that will be available on July 20th. Watch them before the convention starts!

GiD v15 news & live round table

Follow this live event to discover the news of GiD version 15.
Afterwards, the GiD team and speakers will answer your questions and suggestions. Post your questions in the YouTube live chat.

You will be able to make your questions during the live round table in the YouTube live chat, also we invite you to prepare and send your questions in advance.
The complete video will be available afterwards.

You can post your questions and suggestions here:

Email: gidconf@cimne.upc.edu

Twitter: Post your question with @gidprepost #askGiDConvention

Speakers

Vassilis K. Papanikolaou
Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
GiD+OpenSees Interface
Vassilis K. Papanikolaou

Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

GiD+OpenSees Interface

Sebastià Olivella
Professor, School of Civil Engineering, UPC
Coupled Problems in Geomechanics
Sebastià Olivella

Professor, School of Civil Engineering, UPC

Coupled Problems in Geomechanics

Miguel Angel Celigueta
Development Manager of DEMpack and SpreadDEM
SpreadDEM: GiD-powered commercial software
Miguel Angel Celigueta

Development Manager of DEMpack and SpreadDEM

SpreadDEM: GiD-powered commercial software

Agustina Giuliodori
CIMNE, Doctoral student, Biomedical Engineer
Using GiD to create braided stents
Agustina Giuliodori

CIMNE, Doctoral student, Biomedical Engineer

Using GiD to create braided stents

Luis Manuel Díaz Angulo
Doctor Asst. Professor, University of Granada
SEMBA, an electromagnetic solver for EMC problems
Luis Manuel Díaz Angulo

Doctor Asst. Professor, University of Granada

SEMBA, an electromagnetic solver for EMC problems

Javier San Mauro Saiz
CIMNE, Post-Doc researcher
CALA: A GiD assistant for the design of stilling basins
Javier San Mauro Saiz

CIMNE, Post-Doc researcher

CALA: A GiD assistant for the design of stilling basins

Jan Cervenka
Head executive officer, Cervenka Consulting, s.r.o.
Advanced Modelling of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using ATENA Interface to GiD
Jan Cervenka

Head executive officer, Cervenka Consulting, s.r.o.

Advanced Modelling of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using ATENA Interface to GiD

Gaia Di Carluccio
PhD student in Geotechnical Engineering and Geo-Sciences
Numerical modelling of large deformations in thermo-hydro-mechanical coupled problems and soil-water–structure interaction with the Material Point Method (MPM)
Gaia Di Carluccio

PhD student in Geotechnical Engineering and Geo-Sciences

Numerical modelling of large deformations in thermo-hydro-mechanical coupled problems and soil-water–structure interaction with the Material Point Method (MPM)

Francesc Turon Pujol
CIMNE, Doctoral student, Naval and Ocean Engineer
PLCd: PLastic Crack dynamic, problemtype presentation
Francesc Turon Pujol

CIMNE, Doctoral student, Naval and Ocean Engineer

PLCd: PLastic Crack dynamic, problemtype presentation

David J. Vicente
CIMNE, Post-Doc researcher in Machine Learning in Civil Engineering
A GiD tool for numerical simulation of leaks and intrusions in water pipes
David J. Vicente

CIMNE, Post-Doc researcher in Machine Learning in Civil Engineering

A GiD tool for numerical simulation of leaks and intrusions in water pipes

Christian Souto Meghazi
Developer of Iber (GEAMA)
New workflows and upgrades into Iber ptype
Christian Souto Meghazi

Developer of Iber (GEAMA)

New workflows and upgrades into Iber ptype

Riccardo Rossi
Asst. Professor at UPC and Head of Kratos Multiphysics group at CIMNE
Kratos: a problemtype for rapidly evolving framework
Riccardo Rossi

Asst. Professor at UPC and Head of Kratos Multiphysics group at CIMNE

Kratos: a problemtype for rapidly evolving framework

FAQs

Should I register to attend the convention?

No, there is no registration process. The 10th GiD convention is a free and online event.

How do I follow the presentations?

On July 20th:
– Access this current website www.gidsimulation.com/gid-convention/gid-convention-2020/
– Access our YouTube channel. Subscribe and activate the notifications to be aware of when the presentations will be released.

Can I interact with the speakers and GiD team?

Yes, you will be able to ask your questions during the live round table, after the presentation of the GiD 15 news at 16h CEST.
Also, you can send your questions and suggestions to gidconf@cimne.upc.edu or post them on Twitter with @gidprepost #askGiDconvention and we will answer you during the live round table.
 

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