Events

Speaker: Richard Bomphrey Date/Time: Friday 3rd June 2022 Title: TBC Abstract: TBC
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Speaker: Claudia Cenedese Date/Time: Friday 6th May 2022 Title: TBC Abstract: TBC
Speaker: TBC Date/Time: Friday 1st April 2022 Title: TBC Abstract: TBC
Speaker: Noel Clemons Date/Time: Friday 4th March 2022 Title: TBC Abstract: TBC
Schedule: 2nd March 2022, Leeds, IN PERSON EVENT. 4.30-5.30pm Fran Morris, University of Leeds “Interactions between mesoscale and synoptic-scale circulation in convection-permitting simulations over West Africa” and Foteini Zagklavara, University of Leeds “Optimising Polymerase Chain Reaction microfluidic flow systems” 5.30-6.00pm Drinks reception 6.00-7.00pm Keynote talk, Dr Sylvain Laizet, Imperial College London Keynote Title: High-order finite…
We have the pleasure of inviting you all to the forthcoming School of Civil Engineering and Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics (LIFD) joint seminar series of 2021-22. The next seminar/webinar will be taking place on Wednesday the 9th of February 2022 from 15:00-16:00 in Mechanical Engineering LT B and via TEAMs. On this occasion Dr…
Speaker: TBC Date/Time: Friday 4th February 2022 Title: TBC Abstract: TBC
Invitation to attend early career researcher focus group – have your say on a UK national initiative in fluid dynamics We are pleased to launch an open call for registration to attend a UK Fluids Community early career researcher (ECR) focus group. The purpose of the focus groups are to bring the ECR UK Fluids…
Invitation to attend early career researcher focus group – have your say on a UK national initiative in fluid dynamics We are pleased to launch an open call for registration to attend a UK Fluids Community early career researcher (ECR) focus group. The purpose of the focus groups are to bring the ECR UK Fluids…
Speaker: Stephen Monismith Date/Time: Friday 7th January 4pm GMT/11am EST Title: Flows through Living Roughness Abstract: Kelp forests, seagrass beds, and coral reefs are among the most productive, bio-diverse, and beautiful of marine ecosystems. Hydrodynamics plays a central role in their function, controlling mass transfer between the organisms and the overlying flow, setting patterns and…
Speaker: Dr Alison Stirling Title: Modelling atmospheric convection for meteorological prediction Abstract: Atmospheric convection responds locally to instability, but it also transfers heat upscale such that conditions on the planetary-scale depend, organise, and interact with it. It is the simultaneous need to represent the small length-scales of the buoyant transport, with its reach to global…