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2015-2016 FDR Seminars

The Fluid Dynamics Reviews (FDR) Seminar Series covers topics in the thermal, fluids and combustion sciences across all scientific and engineering disciplines.

The FDR Seminar Series is closely related to the Burger's Program and to the Aerospace Engineering Seminar Series. The latter frequently includes seminars directly relevant to the thermal, fluids and combustion sciences; those will be cross-listed here for convenience.

For more information about the FDR seminars, contact Johan Larsson.

Date Title/Location Speaker

Spring 2016

 

May 3
3:00 pm

 

High-Fidelity Simulations and Low-Order Modeling of Agile Flight

Aerospace Engineering Conference Room
3164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Anya Jones

Professor Jeff D. Eldredge
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
School of Engineering & Applied Science
University of California, Los Angeles
April 14
3:00 pm

Adjoint-based optimization for understanding and reducing flow noise

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Johan Larsson

Jonathan B. Freund, Professor
Kritzer Faculty Scholar
Mechanical Science and Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

April 7
3:00 pm

Numerical simulations of turbulent flows over rough walls

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Johan Larsson

Ugo Piomelli, Professor
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Queen’s University

 

April 6
3:00 pm

 

Simulation of Aerosol Physicals and Dynamics: Mathematical Modeling and Physical Realizability

2110 Chemical & Nuclear Engineering Building

Host: Sheryl Ehrman

Part of the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Seminars

Sean Garrick, Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Minnesota

 

March 24
3:00 pm

 

Sheet Flow in the Swash and Surf Zones

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Ken Kiger

Jack Puleo, Associate Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Delaware
February 18
3:00 pm

Spectral Analysis of High Reynolds Number Turbulent Channel Flow

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Johan Larsson

Robert D. Moser, Professor
The Institute for Computational
Engineering and Sciences
The University of Texas at Austin
 

Fall 2015

November 19
11:30 am

Shock-Turbulence Interaction - An Elegant Theoretical Problem with Interesting Practical Applications

Aerospace Engineering Conference Room
3164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Johan Larsson
Part of the Aerospace Engineering Seminar Series

Krishnendu Sinha
Associate Professor
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
 
November 13
11:00 am
Recent progress on microwave remote sensing in ocean science

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Xinan Liu

Biao Zhang
Professor
School of Marine Sciences
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
October 30
11:00 am
Sediment Transport Driven By Wave-Breaking-Induced Turbulent Coherent Structures – A Numerical Investigation

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Ken Kiger

Tian-Jian Hsu
Associate Professor
University of Delaware

October 16
11:00 am
Multiscale Modeling Of Compressible Multiphase Flows -Shock-Particle Interaction to Explosive Dispersal

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: Johan Larsson

S. "Bala" Balachandar
William F. Powers Professor
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
University of Florida

October 2
11:00 am
Encapsulated Microbubbles: From Echocardiography to Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitoring and Targeted Drug Delivery

DeWALT Seminar Room
2164 Glenn L. Martin Hall

Host: James Duncan

Kausik Sarkar
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
The George Washington University

 

Additional seminars in Mechanical Engineering can be found here.