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  • Student Lunch | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    flows near jamming and what controls changes between granular fluids and solids Phil Marcus Mechanical Engineering University of California Berkeley Prof Marcus uses CFD to analyze astrophysical and planetary flows and recently re purposed our CFD algorithms to create a new 3D morphing technology that allows us to carry out optimal vehicle design and CGI and animation in the movies George Lauder Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University Biofluid dynamics and biorobotics of aquatic locomotion Fotis Sotiropoulos Department of Civil Engineering University of Minnesota Simulation based engineering science for tackling fluid mechanics challenges in renewable energy and environmental applications Harry Swinney Department of Physics University of Texas Tips on writing papers Every scientist wants his or her paper to be read yet most scientific papers attract few readers The tips discussed here are based on observations of how scientists select papers to read and how they decide whether or not to continue reading Keith Julien Department of Applied Mathematics University of Colorado at Boulder Dr Julien has extensive experience in the modeling and computation of dynamics and instabilities processes for geophysical and astrophysical flows Examples include protoplanetary disks stably and unstably stratified flows such as penetrative convection rotating and magneto convection turbulent shear flows and boundary effects in turbulent convection Alison Marsden Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of California San Diego Prof Marsden s research focuses on cardiovascular blood flow simulations patient specific modeling as well as numerical methods for multiscale modeling optimization and uncertainty quantification applied to pediatric and adult cardiovascular disease Ann Karagozian Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering UCLA Prof Ann Karagozian s research interests lie in the control of instabilities in non reactive and chemically reactive flows with applications to aircraft and rocket propulsion systems Tom Mullin School of Physics and Astronomy University of Manchester Experimental

    Original URL path: https://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/events/student-lunch (2015-11-11)
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  • Meet the APS Journal Editors | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    Invitation Search form Search American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting Boston Massachusetts November 22 24 2015 You are here Events Meet the APS Journal Editors Day Date Time Monday 23 November 17 30 19 00 Location Hynes Convention Center The Editors of the APS journals invite you to join them in conversation and refreshments The Editors will be available to answer questions hear your ideas and share concerns about

    Original URL path: https://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/events/meet-aps-journal-editors (2015-11-11)
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  • Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (GFD) Reception | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    LaVision Tomographic PIV One Day Workshop Letter of Invitation Search form Search American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting Boston Massachusetts November 22 24 2015 You are here Events Geophysical Fluid Dynamics GFD Reception Supported and Organized by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Day Date Time Monday 23 November 19 00 20 30 Location Sheraton Boston Republic Ballroom 2nd Floor An open reception for alumni and friends of the Geophysical

    Original URL path: https://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/events/geophysical-fluid-dynamics-gfd-reception (2015-11-11)
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  • LaVision Tomographic PIV One-Day Workshop | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    22 24 2015 You are here Events LaVision Tomographic PIV One Day Workshop Day Date Saturday November 21 2015 Time 9 00am 4 00pm Location Commonwealth Room 3rd Floor Sheraton Boston Hotel 39 Dalton St Boston MA 02199 Contact Callum Gray PhD 734 485 0913 callum lavisioninc com How to register http lavisiontomopiv eventbrite com Your browser does not support the video tag Tomographic PIV Propeller wake analysis The one day workshop will cover the base principles of tomographic PIV along with many of the practical considerations in its implementation Imaging theory that relates measurement volume to working distance and aperture will be examined along with methods used to determine optimum seeding density and how that relates to final spatial velocity resolution Volume self calibration and various reconstruction algorithms will be presented 3D cross correlation velocity extraction and data post processing will be covered A brief overview of several newly developed processing techniques will be discussed as well as practical considerations and best practices gleaned from a range of application areas Finally a range of measurement cases will be shown Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided If you have an interest in tomographic PIV and would like to participate

    Original URL path: https://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/events/lavision-tomographic-piv-one-day-workshop (2015-11-11)
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