Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics numerical methods


  This is a short course on Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) numerical schemes that will cover basic and theoretical concepts, as well as latest innovations. This course is primarily aimed at the beginners with a Master and/or a PhD degree in mathematics, engineering, computer science, physics, environmental disciplines, astrophysics and biomedicine, amongst others. The contents will also be of interest to post-doctoral fellows in academia and industry, as well as to academics and SPH practitioners. The course will combine lectures

Introduction to Geostatistics


Lecturer prof. J. Jaime Gómez-Hernández This short course aims at introducing the basic and theoretical concepts of Geostatistics, its main applications in estimation processes, uncertainty modelling and stochastic simulations. The course combines theory and practice, with the hands-on analysis of a case study. The attendees will be introduced to the open-source geostatistical package SGeMS (Stanford geostatistical modelling software) that will be used during the practical exercises. The course is organized in remote video-lessons that the attendant can follow by alone