SU2 News

Pointwise® and SU2 joint workshop

The SU2 team (http://su2.stanford.edu) is pleased to announce a joint initiative with Pointwise, Inc. (http://www.pointwise.com) to present an exciting workshop.
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SU2 is the focus of a new Intel Parallel Computing Center

SU2 has been selected as the focus of a new Intel Parallel Computing Center (IPCC). The new collaboration with Intel is geared toward increasing the parallelism and scalability of the open-source SU2 platform.
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SU2 version 3.2 release!

A new SU2 update is available for download! The new version includes significant updates to the performance, reliability, and usability of the code.
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Pointwise and SU2 to Present Joint Webinar. Official Release of SU2 V3.1.

The SU2 team announces an exciting joint webinar with Pointwise, Inc. on supersonic aircraft design. In conjunction with the webinar, the team is also releasing SU2 Version 3.1.0.
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Arrive before leaving, the challenge of supersonic aircraft design (NASA AMS seminar series)

Francisco Palacios will be speaking on supersonic aerodynamic shape design using SU2 as part of NASA seminar series on Applied Modeling and Simulation (AMS) 11AM Pacific, Tuesday, February 25th, 2014.
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Official release of SU2 V3.0 and SU2 Educational V1.0

Since its introduction in January 2012, SU2, The Open-Source CFD Code, has been downloaded thousands of times by users and developers in academia, government, and industry, including many leading companies and universities.
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SU2 and SimScale

The Stanford University Unstructured (SU2) CFD suite can now be accessed via the SimScale platform. The SimScale platform delivers SU2's functionality together with a browser-based, 3D pre- and post-processing environment as well as on-demand high-performance computing capacity.
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OpenMDAO and SU2 joint Workshop was a hit

The first joint workshop between SU2 and OpenMDAO was a great success. On September 30th and October 1st, about 25 people joined us in person at Stanford University, and approximately 60 attended remotely.
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OpenMDAO and SU2 Joint Workshop

The SU2 team from the Stanford Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) and the OpenMDAO team from NASA Glenn have come together to engage the community in a hands-on and interactive way.
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SU2 source code now available on GitHub!

The development team is proud to announce that SU2 has moved to GitHub! This change makes it much easier for individuals and groups to use and modify the code for their own purposes.
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SU2 website tops 40,000 visits

The SU2 website, which hosts the open source code developed by the Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University, has received more than 40,000 visits in less than 18 months.
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SU2 website tops 30,000 visits

The SU2 website, which hosts the open source code developed by the Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University, has received more than 30,000 visits in less than 14 months.
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SU2 in the Press

MIT and Pointwise mention SU2!
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SU2 version 2.0 workshop

The SU2 team held its second workshop at Stanford University, following the release of SU2 Version 2.0. The event aimed to both introduce users to the updated features.
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ADL at Stanford University releases SU2 version 2.0

Stanford's Aerospace Design Laboratory (ADL) is releasing the second version of the Stanford University Unstructured (SU2) open-source code on Tuesday Jan. 8, 2013.
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SU2 website tops 20,000 visits

The SU2 website, which hosts the open source code developed by the Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University, has received more than 20,000 visits in less than eleven months.
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SU2 website tops 15,000 visits

The SU2 website, which hosts the open source code developed by the Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University, has received more than 15,000 visits in less than nine months.
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SU2 version 1.1 available for download

After more than 6 months of dedicated development, the SU2 team has made significant strides in improving the capabilities, reliability, and usability of the open-source analysis and design tool.
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The Windows XP binary has arrived!

To support our Windows users in the community, a binary executable has been compiled for XP users. The new binary is available on the download page of the documentation.
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SU2 statistics: one week on

A week after officially releasing version 1.0, the number hits to the main SU2 page has broken the 2,000-mark, with visitors from over 62 countries, and the code has been downloaded almost 300 times.
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The Stanford Report covers SU2

SU2 hit the news in the Stanford Report today, in an article by Andrew Myers.
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SU2 officially released

After over a year of hard work, the first version of SU2 was released today to the general public under an open-source license.
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Pre-release workshop is a hit

Two days before the official launch of the SU2 code, the development team held a workshop to test the release version and start introducing graduate students from the department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University to this open-source project.
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