11th International Meshing Roundtable
September 15-18, 2002
Ithaca, New York, USA

Thank you for attending the 11th IMR and making it such a success!

Please check back with us (http://imr.sandia.gov) in January for
information on the 12th International Meshing Roundtable.

Pictures
Invited Speaker Presentations
Birds-of-a-Feather Notes
Panel Discussion Notes
Plenary Session - Frederica Darema, NSF Presentation (Powerpoint, PDF)
Evaluation Form (Please let us know your thoughts on this year's Rountable.)


Join us at the 11th International Meshing Roundtable held in
Ithaca, New York, USA, on September 15-18, 2002.

This conference is open to the public.

In 1992, Sandia National Laboratories started the Meshing Roundtable as a small meeting of like-minded companies and organizations striving to establish a common focus for research and development in the field of mesh and grid generation. Sandia National Laboratories continues to organize the International Meshing Roundtable, which has become recognized as an international focal point annually attended by researchers and developers from dozens of countries around the world. The relaxed atmosphere at each Roundtable provides an open and technically rich environment in which to share new ideas and technical advances.

The International Meshing Roundtable continues to focus on bringing together researchers and developers from academia, national labs and industry in a stimulating, open environment to share technical information related to mesh generation and general pre-processing techniques. In 2002, Roundtable attendees will enjoy the Cornell University's campus, waterfalls, gorges, lakes and rolling hills of Ithaca, New York, USA. This year's conference will be hosted by Cornell University with contributions from Moldflow Corporation and National Science Foundation Information Technology Research (NSF/ITR) Adaptive Software Project.

EVENTS at this year's roundtable included:

  • Pre-conference short course on Sunday, September 15
  • Technical presentations of contributed papers
  • Keynote and invited speakers
  • Poster session with Best Technical Poster, Best Student Poster, and Meshing Maestro awards. We encourage submission of posters presenting novel research results as well as posters showcasing state-of-the-art technology by industry developers and meshing software vendors
  • Birds-of-a-feather session providing a discussion forum for small groups of researchers working in similar fields
  • Panel discussion with special focus on adaptivity
  • Dinner banquet

Maintained by: Bernadette Watts
Modified on: October 22, 2002