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JFM Symposia: Bengaluru

 

13th December: Full 1-day scientific symposium of relevance to all academic researchers, professors, postdocs and students. You will hear talks from leading researchers in fluid mechanics.

14th December (9am -12pm): 3-hour workshop of relevance to librarians and students. The workshop will cover aspects of how to get the best from Cambridge Core, best tips on how to write a good paper and use of the Cambridge University Press language polishing services.

 

Local Host institutes and contacts

Bengaluru: Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore 13-14 December

Prof. Gaurav Tomar
Email: gtom@mecheng.iisc.ernet.in
Prof. Binod Sreenivasan
Email: bsreeni@ceas.iisc.ernet.in

Cambridge University Press contact
Gunjan Hajela
Email: ghajela@cambridge.org


Speakers in Bangalore are

Moshe Matalon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Turbulent flames

Samriddhi Sankar Ray, International Center for Theoretical Sciences (TIFR), Bangalore
Navier-Stokes equations and turbulence

Arnab Samanta, Department of Aerospace Engineering, IISc, Bangalore
Swirling jets with vortex breakdown bubbles

Binod Sreenivasan, Center for Earth Sciences, IISc, Bangalore
Small-scale turbulence in the Earth's core

Ganesh Subramanian, Engineering Mechanics unit, Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
Drops in shearing flows

Gaurav Tomar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IISc, Bangalor
Slip in corner flows

Grae Worster, University of Cambridge, UK
Marine ice sheets

Ivan Marusic, University of Melbourne, Australia
High Reynolds number wall turbulence