Events

LIFD Members: We are pleased to invite you to virtually join us on the 9th July 2020, 10.00am-11.30am, for a brief update on the latest progress and upcoming activities for LIFD, followed by break-out discussion groups to collect your feedback and input on LIFD. The suggested structure of the session is as follows: 10.00-10.20: Update…

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Schedule: 14.00-15.00: Keynote talk from Prof Anne Juel, “Life and fate of a bubble in a geometrically-perturbed Hele-Shaw channel” Speaker Bio: Anne Juel is a Professor in Fluid Dynamics, and heads the Fluids and Soft Matter group in the School of Physics & Astronomy. She was awarded a D. Phil from Oxford University in 1998, followed…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The next seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 19th June, 2020. Speaker: Lydia Bourouiba, MIT, USA Date/Time: Friday…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The next seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 12th June, 2020. Speaker: Dwight Barkley, University of Warwick,…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The next seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 5th June, 2020. Speaker: Petros Koumoutsakos, ETH-Zentrum, Switzerland Date/Time: Friday…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The next seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 29th May, 2020. Speaker: Baylor Fox-Kemper, Brown University, USA Date/Time: Friday…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The next seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 22nd May, 2020. Speaker: Bérengère Dubrulle, SPEC, Université Paris-Saclay,…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. Our second seminar will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 15th May, 2020. Speaker: John W. M. Bush, MIT,…
The Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics is delighted to partner with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, the UK Fluids Network, and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics to deliver a regular webinar series on fluids-related topics. The first of these will take place at 4:00pm BST on Friday 1st May, 2020. Speaker: Christophe Clanet, LadHyX, CNRS,…
Note: This colloquium will now take the form of an online seminar. Please register via Eventbrite for details on how to attend. Schedule 15.00-16.00: Keynote talk from Prof Yiannis Ventikos, “Transport Phenomena for Brain Biomechanics and Related Healthcare Challenges: Computational Modelling Across Scales” Keynote Talk Abstract Transport phenomena, of nutrients, oxygen and metabolites, play a…
LIFD’s Early Career Researcher Forum will hold their first Zoom webinar for postgraduates and researchers in fluids. We will host two talks by fluid dynamicists in our community – Rob Long (Earth and Environment) and Frankie Jackson (Mechanical Engineering) – followed by questions and discussion. Please see the below flyer for more information.