Challenges in Multiphase Flows (Monash Prato Centre, Italy)
The general topic of the event is computational methods to study multiphase flows. Such methods are applied in very different disciplines, such as statistical physics, materials science, applied mathematics, and engineering, with applications ranging from geophysical to micro scales. The computational approaches to tackle these problems are as disparate as the phenomena themselves and the corresponding scientific communities, which rarely communicate amongst each other.
The meeting aims at bringing together researchers with different and complementary backgrounds, ranging from physicists to chemical engineers and applied mathematicians, who are experts in their respective fields. The goal is to promote the efficient application of advanced numerical methods through a deep understanding of the physical and mathematical background. It is anticipated that a discussion of the relevant questions will lead to a comparison of observations, a sharing of procedures, and foster new collaborations among a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers working on an important contemporary problem.
The format of the meeting is planned as a two-day school, followed by a two-day workshop.
December 9th to 12th 2019
Monash University Prato Centre (http://monash.it)
Via Pugliesi, 26
59100 Prato (PO)
Payment can be made in Australian dollars by credit card (via the present website) or by bank transfer. For bank transfers, please follow the instructions below.
Student registration is free for the first 25 students, after which the full fee will be charged. Proof of student status is required (see conference webpage).
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