EuHIT is a unique chance for scientific and industry communities alike to conduct fluid dynamics experiments using the most advanced European research infrastructure. In order to make this opportunity available to greater number of potential users the EuHIT School on Turbulence will be organized on 4-6 July 2016 together with the Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw.
The Schools aim is to provide initial training allowing for successful applications for EuHIT Trans-National Access. This will be done by providing high quality introductory lectures and training sessions on fluid dynamics experimental techniques, numerical methods in fluid dynamics and the theory of turbulence.
The featured speakers (for more info see Programme):
- Gregory Falkovich
- Hrvoje Jasak
- Greg Voth
- Michael Wilczek
Participants will not only have an opportunity to extend their knowledge but will also be able to talk directly to the EuHIT Research Infrastructures representatives present on site. This will be an excellent occasion to discuss new ideas and possible scope of prospective turbulence related experiments.
The participants will have an opprtunity to elaborate their research ideas and confront them with leading experts from EuHIT community and to check whether they are feasible from the experimental point of view.
- The last EuHIT call for proposals will be open during the Workshop with additional 6 weeks to consult, complete and submit the project.
- Participation in EuHIT School on Turbulence is free of charge (including basic accomodation in Ibis Budget hotel, lunches, coffee breaks and social events)
- A number of travel grants has been awarded for participants of EuHIT School on Turbulence. For more details see Practical Info.
- Finally EuHIT School on Turbulence is directly followed by the The 8th European Postgraduate Fluid Dynamics Conference (EPFDC) providing a uniqie forum to present and discuss your research. EuHIT School on Turbulence together with the EPFDC is a part of Warsaw Fluid Dynamics Week (WFDW) (4-9 July 2016).