Berkeley Fluids Seminar

University of California, Berkeley

Bring your lunch and enjoy learning about fluids!

Spring 2014

January 27, 2014

Lauren Goodfriend (Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley)

Improving large-eddy simulation on grids with refinement interfaces using explicit filtering and reconstruction

February 3, 2014

Spencer Frank (Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley)

Bubble Proliferation Depends on Daughter-Bubble Dissolution Time in Shockwave Lithotripsy

February 14, 2014

Prof. Elias Balaras (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, George Washington University)

Wall-layer models for large-eddy simulations

February 24, 2014

Dr. Cédric Beaume (Physics, UC Berkeley)

Stationary spatially localized states in rotating convection

March 10, 2014

Prof. Robert Dudley (Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley)

From Gliding Ants to Andean Hummingbirds: The Evolution of Animal Flight Performance

March 31, 2014

Prof. Phillip Colella (Computer Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

High-Order Finite-Volume Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics

April 14, 2014

Anna Lieb (Mathematics, UC Berkeley)

Modeling and Optimization for Intermittent Water Supply

April 21, 2014

Ahmad Zareei (Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley)

Transformation Optics and its application

April 28, 2014

Dr. Alain Demeulenaere (NUMECA-USA, Inc.)

CFD-based design optimisation of turbomachinery blades: Application of genetic algorithms and neural networks

May 19, 2014

Dr. Adrien Benusiglio (Medicine, Stanford)

Dancing droplets

June 23, 2014

Dr. James Duncan (Mechanical Engineering, Maryland)

The Impact of Plunging Breaking Waves on a Partially Submerged Cube

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Prof. Philip S. Marcus on behalf of the Mechanical Engineering Department (UC Berkeley)

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Prof. Evan Variano (Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley)

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