The Hydraulics of Layered Flows
Mixing in Density Stratified Flows
Nontwist Hamiltonian systems with applications in fluid mechanics and plasma physics
Hamiltonian description of shear flow
Hydrodynamic instability and irreversible mixing
The upscale turbulent cascade: shear layers, cyclones and gas giant bands
A tentative lecture schedule follows:
1st Week: | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
9am | Moodie | Moodie | Swaters | Swaters | Sutherland |
10am | Minev | Swaters | Sutherland | Bowman | Bush |
11:15am | Swaters | Minev | Moodie | Minev | Moodie |
2nd Week: | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday |
9am | Bowman | Bowman | Sutherland | Minev |
10am | Bush | Bush | Bowman | Bush |
11:15am | Peltier | Peltier | Lawrence | Lawrence |
2pm | Morrison | Morrison |
All lectures will be held in the Central Academic Building: CAB 235.
Lectures are 1 hour each including time for discussion.
Numerical labs are in CAB 453; experimental labs are in South Lab 1-14A.
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.
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