This website aims to provide an overview of the enormous range of Fluid Dynamics research undertaken at the University of Leeds. This includes activities led from multiple faculties including Engineering, Computing, Earth and Environment, Mathematics and Physics.
Over 100 academics at Leeds undertake research with a major Fluid Dynamics component. This includes both fundamental and applied Fluid Dynamics problems. Examples of the latter are geophysical flows, pathogen control, nuclear safety, heat transport, climate modelling, oceanography and many more.
Fluid Dynamics at Leeds has strong links to industry and early career researcher training (see the EPSRC CDT in Fluid Dynamics at www.fluid-dynamics.leeds.ac.uk).
Our goal is to promote and support fundamental and multidisciplinary research, and to encourage collaboration and innovation to tackle Fluid Dynamics problems.
Improving forecasting techniques Developing greater weather forecasting precision, and creating more accurate longer-term forecasts could provide huge benefits to African...
A total of 40 joint proposals from Brazilian and British researchers were received in a joint call between CONFAP (Brazilian National Council of...