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Weekly Seminars

February 5, 2010
Li-Shi Luo (Old Dominion University)
"Lattice Boltzmann Method and Its Applications in CFD"

February 12, 2010
William P. Johnson (University of Utah)
cancelled due to weather

February 19, 2010
Helgi Adalsteinsson (Sandia National Labs)
"A tale of two scales: Petascale computing meets multiscale simulations"

February 26, 2009
Frank Fish (West Chester University)
"Hydrodynamic flow control by whales and dolphins for biomimetic applications"

March 5, 2010
Pino Martin (University of Maryland, College Park)
"Foundational Research in Turbulent Hypersonic Wall-Bounded Flows: Validation and Interpretation of Numerical Data"

March 12, 2010
Shane Keating (New York University)
"Diagnosing lateral mixing in the upper ocean with satellite altimetry"

March 26, 2010
Da Zhu (University of Chicago)
"A Potential Vorticity Perspective to Jet Formation in Rotating Fluids"

April 2, 2010
Kayo Ide (University of Maryland)
"Assimilation of Lagrangian Data and Observing System Design for Optimal Deployment"

April 9, 2010
Mark Tachie (University of Manitoba)
"Experimental Study of Pressure Gradient Turbulent Flows over Transverse Ribs"

April 16, 2010
H.S. Udaykumar (University of Iowa)
"A General Framework for Simulation of High-speed Multimaterial Flows"

April 23, 2010
Steve Elgar (Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.)
"Wave Dissipation by Muddy Seafloors"

April 30, 2010
Matt Hoffman (Johns Hopkins University)
"TBA"

May 24-28, 2009
2010 Tutorial School on Fluid Dynamics: Topics in Turbulence
UMD College Park

May 28, 2010
Joint CEAFM - Burgers Research Symposium
UMD College Park
Download program (PDF - TBA)






Upcoming Seminar

Special CEAFM Seminar

Speaker: Dr. Nicolai Gayle Nygaard (DONG Energy, Denmark)
Title: "Wakes in Large Offshore Wind Farms – Model vs. Observations"

Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Location: Latrobe Hall 106

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