See information about
the next PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School
and The Second Annual PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School held in August 2000
See the PICTURES taken during the BBQ.
A description and timetable of the lectures and the abstracts of lectures by invited speakers are now available.
A schedule for the summer school has been prepared.
The school will be fully attended by 12 invited participants.
All students and faculty of the University of Alberta are free to attend the summer school lectures, but they may not participate in the experimental or numerical labs due to space restrictions.
Participants should plan to depart on Friday, August 20. No official events are scheduled on this day. Check-out time for those staying at St. Joseph's College is before noon (but this may be flexible).
For inquiries, contactBruce R. Sutherland.
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.
Scholarships paying for travel, accommodation and tuition expenses may be awarded based on the merits of the application.
A limited number of places are available.
Application deadline is April 15, 1999.
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