IUTAM Symposium 2019 Computational modelling of instabilities and turbulence in separated two-phase flows

The Symposium will give an opportunity to compare the different computational methods for two-phase flow modelling, focusing in particular on two-phase stratified flows but with an eye on developments more broadly in multiphase-flow methods. This will facilitate a global overview of the most recent advances on the algorithmic front. The Symposium will also address open issues that the community should focus on in the future. To achieve these aims, the Symposium will bring together internationally renowned scientists from diverse backgrounds (including but not limited to engineers, applied mathematicians, physicists) to foster scientific exchange and strengthen interdisciplinary work among researchers with an interest in multiphase flow, and specifically two-phase stratified flows. These developments will be discussed through a combination of invited lectures, workshops, contributed talks, and poster sessions.

Although the focus of the Symposium is on computational methodologies, contributions from experimentalists are very welcome, thus giving opportunities to identify new scientific challenges to be addressed theoretically, computationally, and in the lab.

Key dates: 
Abstract submission opens
January 21st 2019
Abstract submission closes
February 22nd 2019

Notification of abstract acceptance
March 2019

Early bird registration opens
March 23rd 2019

Early bird registration closes
April 30th 2019

Symposium takes place
June 10-12, 2019

For details see https://maths.ucd.ie/cfd2019/index.html

Two-phase flow image