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

[L]  Stephen Garrett (University of Leicester): sjg50@leicester.ac.uk
[C]  Christopher Davies (Cardiff University): daviesc9@cardiff.ac.uk
[*]  Rebecca Lingwood (Queen Mary University of London): rjl1001@cam.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 (University of Wales, Aberystwyth)
Jitesh Gajjar (University of Manchester)
Paul Griffiths (Coventry University)
Jonathan Healey (Keele University)
Zahir Hussain (Manchester Metropolitan University)
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)
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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