Open source software in continuum mechanics problems solving

The section is devoted to the use of open source software in solving continuum mechanics problems (OpenFOAM, Salome, ParaView, DAKOTA etc.) and comparison of developed software with commercial programs. The topics include:

  • Turbulent flows modeling.
  • Solving adjoined thermal exchange problems.
  • Applied hydrodynamics, gas dynamics and aerodynamics problems.
  • Development of personal problem solvers and libraries.
  • Scientific visualization and processing of numerical results.
  • Education based on open packages issues.

We invite researchers to submit their non-published and non-submitted for other conferences articles on theoretical and practical studies on the above-mentioned topics.

To become a participant of the conference you need to register.

Programme Committee

Steering committee

  • Arutyun Avetisyan, Prof., Academician of RAS, director of ISP RAS.
  • Garbuk S.V., Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, scientific projects director (Higher School of Economics).
  • Kalyaev I.A., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Academician of RAS, scientific supervisor (Research Institute of multiprocessor computing systems, SFU).
  • Lyutikov V.S., deputy director of FSTEC Russia.
  • Fedosov E.A., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Academician of RAS, scientific supervisor of GosNIIAS.
  • Assaf Schuster, Professor, head of AI center (Computer Science Department, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion)).
  • Hironori Kasahara, Professor of Computer Science at Waseda University in Tokyo, 2018 IEEE Computer Society President.
  • Dejan Milojicic, HP Labs, 2014 IEEE Computer Society President.
  • Sorel Reisman, Professor Emeritus, Information Systems, California State University, Fullerton, 2011 IEEE CS President.
  • Ivan Arzhantsev, Dr. Sci., Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science, HSE.
  • Mikhail Pogosyan, Rector of Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI).
  • Andrei Raigorodskii, Dr. Sci., Director of Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, MIPT.
  • Vladimir Rubanov, PhD, CTO Software Engineering, Huawei R&D Russia.

Organizing Committee

  • Arutyun Avetisyan, Prof., Academician of RAS, director of ISP RAS.
  • Samovarov Oleg, Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Volkov Dmitry, editor-in-chief ("Open Systems"), senior research fellow (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics).
  • Prokhorov Sergei, Prof., MIPT.

Programme Committee

Program analysis, modeling and transformation technologies

  • Arutyun Avetisyan, Prof., Academician of RAS, director of ISP RAS.
  • Belevantsev Andrey, Dr. Sci., ISP RAS.
  • Nikolaj Bjørner, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA.
  • Volkonsky V.Yu., Ph.D., JSC "MCST".
  • Gaysaryan Sergey, Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Devyztin P.N., Prof., ISEDU .
  • Drozdov Alexander, Prof., MIPT.
  • Kozachok Aleksander, Prof., The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Head of the Laboratory for System Programming in Oryol.
  • Makarov Vladimir , Ph.D., NovSU.
  • Segey Yakushkin, Head of Compiler group, Huawei R&D Russia.
  • Dmitry Melnik, ISP RAS.
  • Vartan Padaryan, Ph.D., Head of Binary Reverse Engineering Team (ISP RAS).
  • Petrenko Aleksander, Prof., ISP RAS.
  • Kurmangaleev Shamil, Ph.D., ISP RAS.

Data management and information systems

  • Denis Turdakov, Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Natalia Loukachevitch, Dr. Sci., Research Computing Center of Moscow State University.
  • Dmitry Ustalov, Ph.D., Yandex.
  • Kuznetsov Sergey, Dr. Sci., Professor, ISP RAS.
  • Anton Korshunov, Ph.D.,
  • Nikita Astrakhantsev, Ph.D., Microsoft Corp.
  • Dmitry Lizorkin, Ph.D., Google LLC.
  • Boris Dobrov, Ph.D., Research Computing Center of Moscow State University.
  • Elena Tutubalina, Ph.D., Kazan Federal University.
  • Andrei Tchernykh, Dr. Sci., Prof., CICESE Research Centre (Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico).
  • Oleg Samovarov, Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Andrey Filchenkov, Ph.D., ITMO University.
  • Ilya Sochenkov, Ph.D., Federal Research Center of Computer Science and Management (RAS).
  • Assaf Schuster, Ph.D., ACM Fellow and IEEE Fellow, Professor of the Computer Science Department at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

Open source software for continuum mechanics

  • Kraposhin M.V., ISP RAS.
  • Kornev N.V., Prof. Dr-Ing. habil., Universitat Rostock.
  • Marchevskiy I.K., Ph.D., Bauman MSTU.
  • Artem Nuriev, PhD, N.I. Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics.
  • Sigbatullin I.N., Ph.D., ISP RAS; IO RAS.
  • Chashechkin Yu D., Prof., Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS.
  • Scheglov G.A., Prof., Bauman MSTU.
  • Strizhak S.V., Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Yakobovsky M.V., RAS corresponding member, Prof., Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics.
  • Yelizarova T.G., Dr.Sci., Prof., Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics.
  • Terekhov K.M., Ph.D., INM RAS.
  • Epikhin Andrey, Ph.D., ISP RAS.
  • Dr. Henrik Rusche, WIKKI Gesellschaft fur numerische Kontinuumsmechanik mbH.
  • Tellez Alvarez, Jackson, PhD., Flumen Institute, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Consorci Besòs Tordera.

Organizer & Partners


Paticipation in the conference and publication of articles are free of charge. Travel and accommodation, as well as other expenses are to be paid by the participant.

Contact us via e-mail to get instructions.


The papers should be 3-7 pages long, formatted using Templates for Conference Proceedings. Peer review is double-blind. Please remove any references to authors (such as names, affiliations or emails) from submitted manuscriptsarticles, as well as direct references to previous works. In the case of successful review and acceptance you will be requested to submit camera-ready text with necessary author details.

Accepted papers will be published in «Proceedings of Ivannikov ISPRAS Open Conference» (IEEE Xplore) and indexed in Web of Science and Scopus. Selected papers will be published in special issue "The Progress of Fluid Flow Computer Modelling Using Open Source Software".

Submission is open at EasyChair.

Submissions that violate these guidelines will be rejected.

Contacts and other information

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You may contact us by e-mail or phone +7(495) 912-44-25.

Venue address

Moscow, Leninskiy prospect, 32A, the Main building of the RAS (not far from Moscow Metro station "Leninskiy prospect" and Moscow Central Circle station "Ploshchad Gagarina"). The venue may be changed due to the epidemiological situation; the Conference may take place online.


The Conference is held from 9:00 to 18:00 (with coffee breaks and lunch for guests and participants).