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UKFN weekly round-up 8/6/18
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From: Scott Morgan, Cardiff University, 7/6/18
Subject: PhD & Early Career conference, 10 July 2018, Cardiff University
We will be hosting a UK Fluids Network PhD & Early Career conference at Cardiff on July 10th 2018. The event is being sponsored by the Special Interest Group Boundary layers and complex rotating flows and a programme of events is available at https://tinyurl.com/sm-ecr-event-flyer.
We are looking for speakers at the event, so if you are interested in giving a talk, please let me know as soon as possible (MorganSN@cardiff.ac.uk).
The remit of the SIG is Boundary layers and complex rotating flows but the talks do not have to be related to this - any general applied mathematics talks would do perfectly.
- The date is July 10th 2018.
- Talks will be 10 minutes + 5 minutes questions.
- We will have a panel discussion Q&A as part of the event, where attendees will be given the chance to ask panel members questions about post-PhD academic life and some dos and don'ts of applying for academic positions.
- Following the event, we will have an informal gathering/trip to the pub so if anyone is planning on staying around in Cardiff afterwards, you are more than welcome to come along!
I've put together a Google form to sign up - so please use that to express your interest in attending - https://goo.gl/forms/W4RtxSrzaiAQb80O2
From: Volfango Bertola, University of Liverpool, 8/6/18
Subject: 6th International Advanced Course on Liquid Interfaces, Drops and Sprays (LIDESP VI)
The 6th International Advanced Course on Liquid Interfaces, Drops and Sprays (LIDESP VI) will be held at TU Wien (Austria), from 4th to 7th September 2018, just before the Euromech Fluid Mechanics Conference.
The course focuses on the physics of drops and sprays, based on recent research results and the most up-to-date methods for the prediction of dynamic outcomes, heat transfer, wettability effects, and their applications. In addition to standard modules, this edition also features a special one-day module on multiphase flow dynamics and simulation, available as a stand-alone module at reduced registration fee. The course is sponsored by the European Institute of Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems (ILASS EUROPE) and the Technical University of Vienna (Austria).
More information, including the course program and registration info, can be found at: http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~vbertola/lidesp6/
From: Asimina Kazakidi, University of Strathclyde, 6/6/18
Subject: PhD, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Strathclyde
Title: 'Computational models of arterial haemodynamics for paediatric patients with high cardiovascular risk'
Deadline: 21 June 2018