Weekly Seminar

Weekly Seminar

Annual Symposium

CEAFM Dual Degree Program


Seminar Series: Fall 2006

September 8, 2006
Dr. Paolo Luchini
Universita di Salerno
"Turbulent Drag Reduction Through Controlled Blowing and Suction in Duct Flow"

September 13, 2006
Dr. James McWilliams
Johns Hopkins University
"Measurements of Complex Oceanic Flows, from Turbulence in the Coastal Ocean to Interaction of Zooplankton with its Local Environment"

September 22, 2006
Dr. Alexandra Techet
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Momentum Balance, hydrodynamic impulse and choreography in rapidly maneuvering live fish and flapping foils"

September 29, 2006
Dr. Christian Rodehacke
Columbia University
"Water Mass Transformation in the Southern Ocean: Tracer Studies with the regional Ocean Model BRIOS"

October 6, 2006
Dr. Luciano Castillo
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
"Application of the Equilibrium Similarity in Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layers"

October 13, 2006
Dr. Robert Barlow
Sandia National Laboratories
"Scalar Structure of Turbulent Jet Flames in the Dissipation Range"

October 20, 2006
Dr. Stephen Pope
Cornell University
"Advances in the Computation of Turbulent Reactive Flows"  

October 27, 2006
Dr. Benoit Cushman-Roisin
Dartmouth College
"Beyond Adolf Fick: A New Model for Turbulent Dispersion" 

November 3, 2006
Dr. Mark Schmeeckle
Arizona State University
"Sediment Transport in Tight Spaces" 

November 10, 2006
Dr. Edwin Gerbe
Columbia University
"The Dynamics of the North Atlantic Oscillation and Annular Modes"

November 17, 2006
Dr. Roman Stocker
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Microbes, patches and plumes: Investigating microbial ecology with microfluids"

December 1, 2006
Dr. Alexandria Boehm
Stanford University
"Microbial Pollution at Recreational Beaches: Sources and Transport to Nearshore Waters"

December 8, 2006
Dr. Peter Wilcock
Johns Hopkins University
"Fluids go to bed: Transport and sorting in coarse-bedded streams"

Upcoming Seminar

Speaker: Prof. Amy Shen (Okinawa Institute of Technology)
Title: "Viscoelastic and Inertial Instabilities in Microfluidic Flows"

Date: October 27, 2017
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Hodson Hall 210

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