In Honour of Lord Julian Hunt’s 75th Birthday
Call for Papers
The theme of this conference is to discuss, with review lectures and contributed papers, the ongoing developments of research in ‘turbulence, waves and mixing’ and their applications in industry, environment and geo/astro and mathematical physics.
Our understanding and the fundamental questions about turbulence and mixing have kept developing since O. Reynolds and Boussinesq made turbulence a subject in 1880s.
Pioneers such as Taylor, Prandtl, Richardson (of King’s College), Kolmogorov (his paper was published 75 years ago!) and others developed the dynamical and statistical approaches. Conceptual developments and advances in practical modelling and prediction during the past 75 years, have benefitted from 3-dimensional measurement techniques and computer simulations at very high Reynolds number (>105), so that for example patterns, organised eddy structures, particle trajectories and conditional analysis can be better quantified and applied in practice. Papers at the conference cover a wide swath of topics from large scale instabilities that generate turbulence to small scale eddies that dissipates turbulence.
Research into the interactions between turbulence and waves in engineering and geophysics, which are equally interesting and controversial, are also included in the conference, such as advances in water waves, KdV, solitons, Tsunami and Air-Sea interactions.
This conference is being supported by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC).
Call for Papers
Papers will be accepted for the conference based on a 500 word abstract for oral presentation. Abstracts should be submitted by Friday 13 November 2015 to Easychair via https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=imatwm2016.
Authors are required to use the following template(s):
Successful authors will be notified in January 2016 and invited to submit a paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings 11 March 2016.
Dr Marianna Braza (IMFT)
Dr. David Carruthers (CERC)
Professor Peter Davidson (University of Cambridge)
Dr. Stuart Dalziel (University of Cambridge)
Professor Paul Durbin (Iowa State University)
Professor Thanasis Fokas (University of Cambridge)
Professor Sat Ghosh (Vellore Institute of Technology)
Professor Herbert Huppert (University of Cambridge)
Professor Fazle Hussain (Texas Tech Univ.)
Professor Brian Launder (University of Manchester)
Professor Martin Maxey (Brown Univ.)
Professor Nigel Peake (University of Cambridge)
Professor Shahrdad Sajjadi (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University) – Chair
Professor Harindra Joseph Fernando (University of Notre Dame)
Dr. Stefan C. Mancas (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)
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