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Summer School
Fluid Dynamics of Sustainability
and the Environment


Dates                               
3-14 July 2017
Venue
Ecole Polytechnique & ENSTA campus

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The summer school is designed for PhD students and those in early stages of their research career. The residential school, held over two weeks, will consist of :

Core lectures - pedagogical courses covering the fluid dynamics relevant to sustainability and the environment
Applied lectures - advanced topics
Invited talks
Laboratory experiments - project-based investigations of fluid flows in the lab
Computational projects - numerical simulations of fluid flows
Art & Science projects - projects with artists to create art pieces using fluids


Movie of the 2013 school







Core lectures
Fundamentals of fluid mechanics
Flow instabilities
Environmental fluid dynamics & cryosphere
Atmosphere & ocean



Applied lectures
Renewable Energies: Hydro, Wind & Marine
Paleoclimate and Biogeochemical cycles
Fluid structure interactions
Hydrology and water resources


Invited talks
Meteorology on Mars: extraterrestrial fluid dynamics
How to forecast air quality ?
Ocean and climate
Climate changes and policy


Lecturers

Paul Billant
Pascale Bouruet-Aubertot
Lucie Bordois
Colm-cille Caulfield
Jean-Marc Chomaz
Olivier Doaré
Francois Forget
Jérôme Fortin
Fabien Gillet-Chaulet
Eric Guyliardi
Peter Haynes
Jean Jouzel
Lutz Lesshafft
Paul Linden
Laurent Menut
Caroline Muller
Sabine Ortiz
Didier Paillard
Riwal Plougonven
Guillaume Roullet
Matthieu Roy-Barman
Alexandre Stegner
John Taylor
Vladimir Zeitlin
Daniel Zimmer







Scientific committee
Ecole Normale Superieure
University of Cambridge
Ecole Polytechnique
University of Cambridge
Ecole Polytechnique
University of Cambridge
ENSTA
University of Cambridge
Ecole Polytechnique
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