Weekly Seminar

Weekly Seminar

Annual Symposium

CEAFM Dual Degree Program


Seminar Series: Spring 2007

January 26, 2007
Dr. Steve Wereley
Purdue University
"What can we learn from diffusion in microfluidics?"

February 2, 2007
Dr. Darryn Waugh
Johns Hopkins University
"Stirring in the surface ocean"

February 9, 2007
Dr. Shiyi Chen
Johns Hopkins University
"Constrained variation in multiscale simulations of micro-and nano-fluidics and subgrid-scale stress model of fluid tubulence"

February 16, 2007
Dr. Shankar Chellam
University of Houston
"Temperature effects on permselectivity of porous nanofiltration

February 23, 2007
Dr. Kenneth Breuer
Brown University
"Bacterial Microfluidics"

March 2, 2007
Dr. Fotis Sotiropoulos
University of Minnesota
"Numerical simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems in biological fluid mechanics"

March 9, 2007
No seminar

March 23, 2007
No seminar

March 30, 2007
Dr. Paul Linden
University of California, San Diego
"Architectural fluid dynamics"

April 6, 2007
Dr. Albert Ratner
University of Iowa
"Combustion instability: Understanding the interplay of chemistry, flow patters and acoustics"

April 13, 2007
Dr. Stephen Pope
Cornell University
"Advances in the computation of turbulent reactive flows"

April 20, 2007
Dr. Ming Li
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
"How turbulent mixing affects circulation in the Chesapeake Bay"

April 27, 2007
Dr. James Kirby
University of Delaware


Upcoming Seminar

Speaker: Prof. Beverley McKeon (California Institute of Technology)
Title: "Systems analysis of wall turbulence: Characterizing natural and synthetic self-sustaining processes"

Date: Friday, February 24, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Gilman Hall 132

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