Lectures by A. Tsinober: “Cocpetual aspects of turbulent flows”

Marie Curie Chair

Marie Curie Chair in Fundamental and Conceptual Aspects of Turbulent Flows

June 1, 2006 – May 31, 2009

Chair holder: Professor Arkady Tsinober

Member of the Turbulence, Mixing and Flow Control Group at the Department of Aeronautics and of the Turbulence Research Programme at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London.

Pauli Fellow at Wolfgang Pauli Institute (WPI), UZA 4 Nordbergstrasse 15, A 1090 Vienna, Austria

Main Activities

I. Basic Research in Turbulent Flows.

II. Lectures on Conceptual Aspects of Turbulence and approaches to turbulence research.

 Download   Announcement  [pdf]Lectures I-II [pdf] Lectures_III-IV [pdf] Lectures_V-VI[pdf]Lectures_VII-VIII [pdf]Lectures_IX-X[pdf]Lectures_XI-XII[pdf]Lectures_XIII-XIV[pdf]Lectures_XV-XVI[pdf]Lectures_XVII-XVIII

The second part of the lectures will be delivered during January-March, 2008 and will be available for downloading at that time. 

III. Meetings on Fundamental and Conceptual Aspects of Turbulence and their possible impact on applications.


Institute for Mathematical Sciences and Department of Aeronautics,
Imperial College London
53 Prince’s Gate,
Exhibition Road
South Kensington,
London SW7 2AZ

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7594 0965
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7594 0923
email: a.tsinober@imperial.ac.uk

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