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The THIRD ANNUAL PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School will be held from May 27 - June 8, 2001.
Speaking on the fluid dynamics of the middle atmosphere, 10:30am Wednesday, June 6 and noon Thursday, June 7 in CEB251.
Speaking on Turbulence and Mixing in Stably Stratified Fluid Layers, noon Wednesday, June 6 in CEB251.
and Geophysical Convection, 10:30am Thursday, June 7 in CEB251.
Participants will attend a comprehensive series of lectures, and will be given hands-on experience performing and analyzing experiments in the Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, as well as running numerical simulations using research- level codes.
Topics will include fluid dynamics fundamentals, industrial and environmental flows, geophysical fluid dynamics, turbulence modelling and computational fluid dynamics. Subjects will be taught at a graduate level.
You may wish to see information about the
First Annual PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School
held in August 1999
and The Second Annual PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School held in August 2000
These may be emailed to email@example.com, mailed to
or sent by FAX [+1 (780) 492-6826]. Address faxes to ``Site Director, Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences; Attn: U. of A. Summer School''
Alternately, a web form will be made available for submittals.
Scholarships paying for travel, accommodation and tuition expenses may be awarded based on the experience and recommendations of the applicant.
Application deadline is February 15, 2001.
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