Spring 2015 Weekly Seminars
January 30, 2015
Prof. Alexander Smits (Princeton University)
"High Reynolds number flows, the atmospheric boundary layer, and wind turbines"
February 6, 2015
Prof. Cristina L. Archer (University of Delaware)
"Numerical simulations of wind turbine wakes for multi-scale geophysical applications"
February 13, 2015
Prof. Louis N. Cattafesta, III (Florida State University)
"On the Control of a Canonical Separated Flow"
February 20, 2015
Dr. William Seviour (Earth and Planetary Sciences at JHU)
"Extreme variability of the stratospheric polar vortex"
February 27, 2015
Prof. Satish Kumar (University of Minnesota - Twin Cities)
"Dynamic Wetting Failure and Air Entrainment in Coating Flows"
March 6, 2015
Dr. Sonya A. Legg (NOAA)
"Ocean Mixing by Breaking Internal Tides"
March 13, 2015
March 19, 2015
Dr. Per Johan Brandvik (SINTEF Materials & Chemistry, Trondheim)
“Initial Droplet Formation of Subsea Releases of Oil & Gas. Laboratory Studies to Study the Effect of Oil Properties, Release Conditions and Injection of Dispersants”
March 20, 2015
SPRING BREAK (No Seminar)
March 27, 2015
Prof. Pierre Lubin (Université de Bordeaux)
"Numerical Simulations of the Three-Dimensional Flow Structures under Breaking Waves"
April 3, 2015
Prof. C. Thomas Avedisian (Cornell University)
"Spherically Symmetric Droplet Combustion: A Simplified Liquid Fuel Burning Configuration for a Complex Combustion Process"
April 10, 2015
Prof. Johan Larsson (University of Maryland, College Park)
"The Effect of Strong Wall-Cooling on High-Speed Turbulent Boundary Layers"
April 17, 2015
Prof. John P. McHugh (University of New Hampshire)
"Internal Waves Near Interfaces"
April 24, 2015
Prof. Harry Swinney (University of Texas at Austin)
"Internal Gravity Wave Dynamics in the Oceans"
May 1, 2015
Prof. Ali Mani (Stanford University)
May 26 , 2015 (8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)
2015 Joint CEAFM-Burgers-GWU Research Symposium
George Washington University, Washington, DC
Speaker: Prof. Kayo Ide
Inst.: University of Maryland at College Park
Title: "Observing System Impact and Forecast Sensitivity for Global Numerical Weather Prediction using Data Assimilation"
Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Gilman Hall 50
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