International Conference on Finite Volume Method and Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICFVM 2018), will be held at American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon during two days in July 2018

American University of Beirut,
Oxy Irani Engineering Bldg
Bliss Street, Hamra, Beirut Lebanon
Transportation Guide: TEL 961-1-350000 ext: 3400

Access by air
From Harirri International Airport:
20 minutes by car
20 minutes by Taxi

The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (FEA) at the American University of Beirut is a leading engineering school in the Middle East offering undergraduate and graduate programs of the highest standards, contributing to the advancement of the engineering and architecture knowledge through teaching and research, and providing services to the community at large, while addressing the needs of Lebanon and the region.
The FEA consists of 5 engineering department in addition to a department of Architecture and Graphic Design, with a total of around 2200 students.

About AUB
Founded in 1866, the American University of Beirut bases its educational philosophy, standards, and practices on the American liberal arts model of higher education. The University, which was granted institutional accreditation in June 2004 by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools in the United States and reaffirmed in June 2009, includes six faculties: Agricultural and Food Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Architecture, Health Sciences, Medicine (which includes the Rafic Hariri School of Nursing), and the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business.
AUB currently offers more than 120 programs leading to the bachelor’s, master’s, MD, and PhD degrees. The University became coeducational in 1922; its student body is 50 percent male and 50 percent female. The language of instruction is English (except for courses in the Arabic Department and other language courses). The student faculty ratio is 11.2 to 1.

About Beirut and Lebanon

The AUB campus is located between the Hamra commercial district and and Ain-El-Mreissi sea boulevard. It location allow for easy access to many parts of Beirut. Bliss Street, which borders upper campus to the south, has a rich array of cuisines—both Lebanese and western, with a wider selection available in Hamra area, the downtown area and Achrafieh where you can find restaurants to eat for a range of budgets.