Boundary layers and complex rotating flows

Description

The SIG creates critical mass to ensure the UK remains a leading international centre for work in rotating flows and their industrial application. It brings together engineers and mathematicians to coordinate complementary analytical, simulation and experimental approaches. A particular aim is for the academic community to engage with industrial problems.

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Members

L = leader; C = co-leader; * = Other key personnel

[*]  Stephen Garrett ( University of Leicester ): sjg50@leicester.ac.uk
[C]  Christopher Davies ( Cardiff University ): daviesc9@cardiff.ac.uk
[*]  Rebecca Lingwood ( Brunel University London ): rebecca.lingwood@brunel.ac.uk
[*]  Peter J. Thomas ( University of Warwick ): p.j.thomas@warwick.ac.uk
Ed Brambley ( University of Warwick ):
Kwing-So Choi ( University of Nottingham ):
Rob Douglas ( Aberystwyth University ):
Jitesh Gajjar ( University of Manchester ):
Paul Griffiths ( Coventry University ):
Jonathan Healey ( Keele University ):
[L]  Zahir Hussain ( Manchester Metropolitan University ): z.hussain@mmu.ac.uk
Ted Johnson ( University College London ):
Jonathan Morrison ( Imperial College London ):
Nigel Peake ( University of Cambridge ):
Frank Smith ( University College London ):
Matt Turner ( University of Surrey ):
Jamal Uddin ( University of Birmingham ):
Ignazio Maria Viola ( University of Edinburgh ):

Meetings

Inaugrual residential meeting: 3rd & 4th April 2017, Madingley Hall, Cambridge

Day meeting: 31st August 2017, Warwick University

Day meeting: 4th June 2018, Burlington Hotel, Birmingham

PhD/ECR workshop: 10th July 2018, Department of Mathematics, Cardiff University

 

 

 

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