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Seminar Series: Spring 2004

January 30, 2004
Gabriel Katul
Duke University
"The structure of turbulence within tall vegetation on flat and gentle hilly terrain"

February 6, 2004
Dr. Tom Haine
EPS, Johns Hopkins University
"Nonlinear interactions of fast and slow modes in rotating stratified fluid flows"

February 13, 2004
John Albertson
Duke University
"Exploring the Spatial and Temporal Controls on Lower Atmosphere Dynamics over Semi-Arid Landscapes"

February 20, 2004
Markus Hilpert
Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
“Modeling of Bacterial Chemotaxis”

February 27, 2004
Tom Hou
California Institute of Technology
"Multiscale modeling and computation for flows in heterogeneous porous media"

March 5, 2004
Andrew Charlton
Columbia University (Host Waugh)
“Does the Troposphere care about the Stratosphere?”

March 12, 2004
Pablo Huq
College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware
"Dissipation Rate Correction Methods"

March 19, 2004
Spring Break: No Seminar

March 26, 2004
S. Balachandar
Department of Theoretical & Applied Mechanics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
“DNS of Particle-Turbulence Interaction”

April 2, 2004
Brian Arbic
Princeton University
"A forward model of global ocean tides and tidal dissipation present and past"

April 9, 2004
Stephen Monismith
Stanford University
“Mean flows under surface gravity waves”
Stanford (as part of one week visit Host Meneveau)

April 16, 2004
C. Liu
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington
“Microscopic Diffusion in Subsurface Sediments: Characterization and Modeling”

April 23, 2004
Steve Scorpio
Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University
"Hydrodynamic Wakes of Surface Penetrating Structures"

April 30, 2004
Dick Yue
Department of Ocean Engineering, MIT
"Calculating Nonlinear Gravity Waves"

May 7, 2004
Todd Cowen
Cornell University
"The effect of boundary conditions on turbulent transport in the environment as revealed by quantitative imaging techniques"

May 14, 2004
Carlos E. Puente
Hydrology and Institute of Theoretical Dynamics,
University of California, Davis
"From Plato to Borges: Projections Galore and Treasures Inside the Bell"






Upcoming Seminar

CEAFM Seminar

Speaker: Prof. Olivier Coutier-Delgosha (École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers)
Title: "Investigation of Cavitating Flows by Fast X-ray Imaging"

Date: Friday, September 19, 2014
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Gilman Hall 132

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