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Sponsors

Institut Jean le Rond d'Alembert Université Pierre et Marie Curie Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Pôle de Compétitivité aérospatial ASTech Paris Région

Summary

The meeting will be held at Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, 4-5 July 2011. Amphi Astier (bâtiment Esclangon), Métro Jussieu.

Registered participants will be invited for lunch by the organisers.

The dinner on Monday night will be booked in a local restaurant but participants will have to pay their own.

Program

Monday 4th July
9:30 Welcome
10:00 Joanne O'Callaghan, NIWA (presented by S. Popinet)

Using the lock-exchange problem to understand multi-scale, stratified coastal flows


10:30 Jérôme Hoepffner, UPMC, Institut D'Alembert

A new wave for ocean-atmosphere interactions


11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Timothy Keen, U.S. Naval Research Lab

Applying Gerris to mixing and sedimentation in estuaries


12:00 Lunch break
14:00 Pierre-Yves Lagrée, CNRS/UPMC Institut d'Alembert

Granular flows with Gerris


14:30 José M. López-Herrera, Universidad de Sevilla

Using Gerris to solve ElectroHydroDynamics Problems


15:00

Coffee break


15:30 Shahriar Afkhami, NJIT, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Gerris for FENE-P Liquids


16:00 Gaurav Tomar Indian Institute of Science

Simulations of Hydraulic Jump using Gerris


16:30 Stéphane Popinet, NIWA and Institut d'Alembert

Gerris development: what's coming up?


17:00 Discussion: What do you hate/love about Gerris? What is highest on your wishlist?
17:30 Drinks
20:00 Dinner


Tuesday 5th July
9:30 Stéphane Zaleski, CNRS/UPMC, Institut d'Alembert

What is the liquid jet atomization problem? Will Gerris help us solve it?


10:00 Gilou Agbaglah, UPMC, Institut d'Alembert

3D Numerical simulation of a liquid rim: liquid finger formation


10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Daniel Fuster, CNRS/UPMC, Institut d'Alembert

Implementation of a symmetry-preserving discretization in Gerris


11:30 Marie-Jean Thoraval, KAUST

Axisymmetric drop impact on a deep pool


12:00 Lunch break
14:00 Sébastien Delaux, NIWA and MetOcean Ltd

Title to be announced


14:30 Geordie McBain

Aerodynamical applications of Gerris


15:00

Coffee break


15:30 J.J. Green, LESIA, l’Observatoire de Paris

Visualising 2D flows


16:30 Séverin Halbout, Ecole Centrale de Marseille and Eurocopter

Some applications with solids ...


17:00 Farewell

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