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Microflusa attends seventh Complex Motion in Fluids Summer School

Jul 02, 2016

The Microflusa attends seventh Complex Motion in Fluids Summer School took place in Twente, Netherlands on 20/6/2016. Dr. Zhouyang Ge from KTH represented the MICROFLUSA team and presented the general motivation of the Microflusa project, and especially the numerical development for hydrodynamic simulations conducted at KTH.


The  seventh Complex Motion in Fluids Summer School features eight fluid dynamicists of name and fame, each of whom will give two lectures on topical fluid dynamical subjects, on an introductory level for PhD students (see program). The idea is to convey a broad spectrum of fluid dynamics subjects in an informal atmosphere, fostering interaction between the PhD students. The summer school is open to PhD students and postdocs from all over the world. Traditionally, all attendees are presenting their own research either in a 12-minutes contributed talk or at one of the two poster sessions.

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