Fluids Seminars at Leeds

Event Date Provider Description
Fluids and MHD seminars See schedule


School of Mathematics, Department of Applied Maths Seminar series covering a variety of Fluids and MHD related topics
Institute of Computational Science and Engineering See schedule


School of Computing General interest Computational Science and Engineering seminar series
Institute of Geophysics and Tectonics (IGT) seminars See schedule


IGT Seminar series hosted by the IGT, this institute has a strong international profile in a wide range of disciplines comprising Applied Geophysics, Geodynamics, Geomagnetism, Petrophysics, Satellite Geodesy, Seismology, Structural Geology, Tectonophysics, Petrology, Geochemistry and Volcanology.
Institute of Applied Geoscience (IAG) seminars See schedule


IAG Seminar series hosted by IAG. This group research fundamental geoscience with application and impact towards energy, environmental, industrial and infrastructural problems. The institute comprises of five core research groups: Sedimentology Group, Geomechanics, Engineering and Petrophysics Group, Basins and Structural Geology Group, Applied Geophysics Group and Ore Deposits Group.
Institute of Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS) seminars See schedule


ICAS External and internal seminars hosted by ICAS. ICAS conducts internationally leading research on the physical and chemical processes that govern the behaviour of the Earth’s atmosphere and climate
Astrophysical and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (AGFD) seminars See schedule


AGFD AGFD includes dynamics of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans (waves, hydrodynamic instabilities and bifurcations, turbulence, data assimilation for numerical weather prediction), flows at the Earth’s surface (flooding, beach dynamics, porous media, glaciers), planetary and extrasolar planetary dynamics (the geodynamo, planetary dynamos, tidal interactions between planets and stars, planet formation), solar and stellar dynamics (dynamo theory, magnetohydrodynamic instabilities and turbulence), as well as galactic and extragalactic dynamics on the largest scales.
Applied Non Linear Dynamics seminars See schedule


School of Mathematics Areas range from core areas, such as chaos, global bifurcation theory and the role of symmetry, coupled oscillators and synchronisation, ergodic theory and stochastic dynamics, and pattern formation in fluid mechanics and reaction-diffusion systems, through to important areas of application, such as flame propagation, microfluidics, theoretical immunology and angiogenesis
Deep Earth Research Group (DERG) meetings See page


DERG Weekly meetings on a Friday in the School of Earth and Environment about Deep Earth Research, hosted by the Deep Earth Research Group