LIFD Community Day
On 19th January the Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics welcomed over 60 academics, postdoctoral researchers, PhD students and research and innovation colleagues to our 2023 LIFD Community Day.
We had a fantastic series of talks that reflected the breadth of fluids research at Leeds.
We hope to share a recording of the day on our YouTube channel in the coming weeks.
Below provides a summary of the day, with links to oral and poster presenters’ staff profiles so you can find out more about their research and how to get in touch for collaborative discussion!
Anne Juel – Dynamics of inertialess sedimentation
Neil Bressloff – From Aerodynamics to Haemodynamics, it’s all in the boundary conditions
Sepideh Khodaparast – Fluid-based fabrication of micro/nano-structured surfaces
Srikanth Toppaladoddi – Nonlinear interactions between fluid flows and phase boundaries
Anna Guseva – Turbulence from a structural point of view
Katie Chicot – MathsCity to MathsWorld
Junfeng Yang – Combustion Instability of Net-zero energy: Hydrogen and Ammonia
Cath Noakes – Fluid Dynamics for Public Health
Phil Livermore – Scientific machine learning
Amirul Khan – Computational Fluid Dynamics and Societal challenges
Alexander Edwards – A mathematical model for assessing transient airborne infection risks in a hospital [poster]
Joseph Myers Hill – Polynomial mixing rates in non-monotonic al
ternating shear flows [poster]
Gamze Yuksel – State estimation and future state prediction of wake flow [poster]
Andrew Bate – Modelling respiratory virus exposure on local buses [poster]
As part of our Community Day we are asking our members “what can LIFD do for you?” To provide answers to this question please use the following form: