A world-leading international Workshop on the latest advances in the computational modelling of the interfacial dynamics of capillary two-phase flow phenomena using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Lattice Boltzmann (LB) and Molecular Dynamics (MD) methods. In addition, experimental two-phase flow visualization techniques will presented. The Workshop is now at its 4th edition, following the first two editions in 2016 and 2017 that took place at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the 2018 edition at Kobe University, Japan.
The international team of lecturers is as follows:
- Prof. A. Tomiyama, S. Hosokawa and Prof. K. Hayashi (Kobe University),
- Prof. J.R. Thome (University of Edinburgh),
- Prof. G. Anjos and Prof. N. Mangiavacchi (State University of Rio de Janeiro),
- Prof. P. Theodorakis (Polish Academy of Sciences) and
- Dr. M. Magnini (Imperial College London).
Additional information can be found in the 2019 Workshop flyer
Workshop location and travel information
The Workshop will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the exact location will be communicated soon. The end of the Workshop coincides with the beginning of the 10th International Conference on Multiphase Flow (ICMF 2019), which will take place in Rio de Janeiro on May 19th-24th, 2019. Further information about ICMF 2019 are available in the Event listed below in this page.
Workshop registration and inscription fee
The Workshop does not have any registration fee in order to promote the participation of students/researchers. When registering, participants will be invited to submit a brief personal overview of their research and interests in two-phase flow. As this is an advanced course, it is expected that participants already have a working knowledge of numerical fluid mechanics.
The registration deadline is April 1st, 2019. You are encouraged to register as soon as possible. A maximum number of 40 participants will be accepted.
The applicants will receive an email with the notification of their acceptance shortly after their registration.
The Workshop online application form can be found at the following link
An exciting opportunity to learn more from industry!
Date: 11 Dec 2018
Venue: Merck, Southampton
Agenda: UKFN SIG Meeting_Chilworth_Latest
Named in honour of Prof. Barry Azzopardi, one of the greatest Experimental Multiphase Fluid Dynamicists of our time (from the University of Nottingham).
1. Opening, Tribute, Experiments and Modelling
2. Experimental Uncertainities, Design of Experiments and Volumetric PIV
3. X-Ray Tomography (as PDF file below), Electrical Tomography and Experimental Methods for Mass Transfer
X-Ray Tomography (slides)
4. Flow Visualisation, Specific Questions and Discussion
5. Future Experimental Methods
Original Announcement – The Event Has Happened Already
Join us if:
- You are a modeller trying to validate your results
- You are an experimentalist wishing to learn new techniques
- You are interested in experimental methodologies, data-analysis, and error quantification.
MEET, LEARN and DISCUSS with the experts in experimental multiphase flows (both from academia, industry, and equipment manufacturers).
- 2 day Summer School covering a range of advanced laser- and impedance based and experimental methods for multiphase flows, including PIV, conductance probes, and tomography and much more!
- Venue: Nottingham University
- Date: 2-3 July, 2018
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This is an exceptionally good modelling workshop delivered by internationally acclaimed experts, running in its 3rd year.
Workshop on turbulence at ICTS in Bangalore, January 2018
The International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS) in Bangalore will host an exciting workshop on turbulence in January 2018 organised by Rama Govindarajan and Shravan Hanasoge. Talks will cover the spectrum from homogeneous isotropic turbulence to situations where shear breaks isotropy to turbulent convection and quantum turbulence. The workshop will be held around the Infosys-ICTS Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar Lecture Series, to be delivered by Prof. Katepalli Sreenivasan (NYU).
The application deadline is 15 October 2017 (link below). Applications from early career researchers are particularly encouraged.
Dates: 20–25 January 2018
Location: ICTS, Bangalore, India
More information: https://www.icts.res.in/discussion-meeting/taly2018