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9th International Symposium on Bifurcations and Instabilities in Fluid Dynamics
The aim of the conference is to bring together some of the best scientific minds to discuss their research and address problems and opportunities related to new developments in bifurcation analysis in complex fluid flows. Moreover, the conference offers a platform for talented young scientists to present their work and to build their network in the field.
Date: August 16, 2022 - August 19, 2022
Location: TBA, Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
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Organizer: F.W. Wubs
Application Areas: Coating, Painting and Printing, Geophysical, Plasma Physics, General CFD, Materials Science
Special Fields: Finite Element Methods, Finite Volume Methods, Parallel Methods, Reactive Flows, Rotating Flows, Flows with Particles, Incompressible Flows, Numerical Methods, Measurement Techniques, Instabilities and Flow Control, Fluid Mechancis, Theoretical Fluid Dynamics, Micro- and Nano-Fluidics, Transition, High Performance Computing, Magnetohydrodynamics
Deadlines: March 13, 2022 (abstract), July 31, 2022 (registration)
Type of Event: Conference, International

Karin Jacobs, Experimental Physics, Saarland University, Germany
Andrew Hazel, Manchester Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Henk Dijkstra, Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Deadline for abstract submission: March 13, 2022
Notification of acceptance: April 15, 2022
Registration opens May 14, 2022
Early bird registration closes: June 30, 2022
Late registration closes: July 31, 2022

The following subjects will be distributed over parallel sessions:
1. Films, drops and liquid bridges
2. Magneto- and electrohydrodynamics
3. Active fluids: biophysical fluids, reacting flows, crystal growth
4. Computational, numerical and analytical methods
5. Flows driven by buoyancy, density gradients and/or Marangoni effect: e.g. convection, geophysical flows
6. Mechanically-driven flows: shear flows, rotating flows, Taylor-Couette flows, lid-driven cavity flows, Poisseuille, pipe flows
7. Bifurcating flows in labs and applications, experimental methods
8. Control of instabilities and parametric excitations
9. Miscellaneous: Non Newtonian flows, multiphase flows, flows in porous media, microfluidics, multiscale phenomena, compressible flows, transition to turbulence studies, inference of rare events 

Abstracts can be submitted through the abstract submission form which can be found on the website below.


Fred Wubs, Alef Sterk, Martin Sanders, and Sarah van Wouwe 
Prof. Zvi Pinhas Bar-Yoseph (Technion)
Prof. Morten Brøns (Technical University of Denmark)
Prof. Alexander Gelfgat (Tel Aviv University)
Prof. Alexander Oron (Technion)

Event record first posted on March 2, 2022, last modified on March 5, 2022

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