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Oberbeck-Boussinesq hypothesis and beyond in stratified turbulence", Vienna, Austria, July 07-10 2020.

Du 7 juillet 2020 au 10 juillet 2020

July 07-10 2020
Vienna, Austria

This Euromech colloquium will gather together world-wide experts in the study of turbulent stratified flows, to discuss the main physical, experimental and computational challenges standing before us, and devise avenues to provide adequate solutions.

This Euromech colloquium will gather together world-wide experts in the study of turbulent stratified flows, to discuss the main physical, experimental and computational challenges standing before us, and devise avenues to provide adequate solutions. 

Specific topics of the colloquium will be:
  • Unbounded stably-stratified turbulence
  • Wall-bounded stably stratified turbulence
  • Internal gravity waves
  • Unstably stratified turbulence
  • Rayleigh-Benard Turbulence
  • Non Oberbeck-Boussinesq effects in stratified turbulence
  • Double diffusive convection

Keynote talks will be offered by (in alphabetic order):
Prof. Colm-cille Caulfield, BP Institute & DAMTP & Churchill College, University of Cambridge
Prof. Stuart Dalziel,  DAMTP, University of Cambridge
Prof. Henk Dijkstra, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Utrecht
Prof. Ulrich Hansen, Department of Physics, University of Muenster
Prof. Rene Pecnik, Process and Energy Laboratory, TU Delft
Prof. Joerg Schumacher, Department of Mechanical Engineering, TU Ilmenau
Prof. Roberto Verzicco, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Rome, Tor Vergata


Please keep in mind the following important dates:
  • February 28th, 2020 Abstract Submission Deadline
  • March 8th 2020 Abstract Acceptance Notification
  • April 15 2020 Early-bird Registration Deadline

Instructions for abstract submission are provided here (https://619.euromech.org/abstract-submission/). 

Note: please forward this message to your colleagues/collaborators that could be interested in the colloquium (and would have a particular contribution to make), but maybe have not yet received an invitation.

All informations about the colloquium (including deadlines, registration, venue, traveling, scientific and social programs) can be found at the official website:

http://619.euromech.org

We look forward to meeting you in Vienna next July.
We take advantage of the present email to wish you a very happy new year!

Attached you can also find a flyer of the event.

With our warmest regards,

Francesco Zonta, Sergio Pirozzoli and Francesca Chillá 
EUROMECH 619 Organizing Committee