Berkeley Fluids Seminar

University of California, Berkeley

Bring your lunch and enjoy learning about fluids!

Monday, Febuary 27, 2017

3110 Etcheverry Hall, 12:00-13:00

Dr. Andy Nonaka (Lawrence Berkeley Lab.)

From Microscale Flow to Exploding Stars

Abstract: I will provide an overview of fluid modeling and simulation capabilities used at the Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering at Berkeley Lab. I will talk about how we use mathematics to derive models for all sorts of fluid simulations (from microscale flow to to exploding stars), and how we implement our algorithms on the world's largest supercomputers.

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Prof. Graham Fleming (Vice Chancellor for Research, UC Berkeley)

Prof. Eliot Quataert on behalf of The Theoretical Astrophysics Center and the Astronomy Department (UC Berkeley)

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

Prof. Michael Manga (Earth and Planetary Science, UC Berkeley)

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

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