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Juillet 2020
10 juillet 2020

Seminar Joseph Moubogha

Unsteady flows around a rigid high-aspect-ratio flat plate in pitching motion


Mars 2020
06 mars 2020

Seminar Yoshitsugu Naka

Simultaneous Measurement of Wall Pressure Fluctuations in a Turbulent Boundary Layer using 168ch MEMS Microphone Array

Yoshitsugu Naka is a professor at Meiji University in the Department of Mechanical Engineering since 2016. He taught at Tokyo Institute from 2013 till 2016. He was also a researcher at Kei University (Graduate School of Science and Technology) then from 2010 to 2013 worked at LMFL as a Postodoct before to join the « Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering » from 2012 till 2013

Février 2020
27 février 2020

Seminar Clara Marika Velte

Dynamic Triad Interactions and the Evolution of Turbulent Power Spectra

Clara M. Velte received her Ph.D. in experimental and theoretical fluid mechanics from the Technical University of Denmark in 2009. After several extended stays abroad, she became Associate Professor in Fluid Mechanics at the Technical University of Denmark in 2012. She then received an ERC Starting Grant in 2018 to build a state-of-art laboratory facility to test the bounds of validity of the classical theory of turbulence. This was in 2019 supplemented with a Turbulence Centre of Excellence – a long-term collaboration with the Poul Due Jensen Foundation to develop improved models for turbulence. A strong focus on maintaining an interdisciplinary approach and tailoring the methods to the research question asked is central to the research philosophy of her group.

17 février 2020

Seminar Xavier Ottavy

Operating Range Limitations in High Speed Compressors

Xavier Ottavy is a Research Director at CNRS (National Centre for the Scientific Research) in France. Since 2016, he is at the Head of the Turbomachinery Department at LMFA (Laboratoire of Fluid Mechanics and Acoustics) located at the Ecole Centrale de Lyon (ECL) in France. His research fields concern mostly the study of compressors (axial, multi-stage, Low and High Pressure, UHBR fans) using high power experimental test rigs (until 3 MegaWatts) and CFD.

13 février 2020

Seminar Nicolas Binder

Instantaneous performance of turbines in severe transient operation: a fundamental approach

Nicolas Binder is a professor at the Toulouse ISAE-SUPAERO, at the Département Aérodynamique, Énergétique et propulsion (DAEP). He studied for his thesis at ENSICA in 2004, then joined ISAE as lecturer in 2006. His research studies include the aerodynamic of turbomachines in severe transient operation, topic of his HDR obtained in 2016. He is now leading the research team called « Turbomachine et Propulsion » at DAEP.

06 février 2020

Seminar Julien Lemétayer

The fluid mechanics of blood cannula flows

Julien Lemétayer got his PhD at CORIA Rouen on the study by PIV by fluorescence of the interaction of a spray with a gas flow in controlled aerodynamics. He is actually a Postdoctoral Researcher au KTH Kungliga Tekniska Högskola in Stockholm.

04 février 2020

Seminar Michael Gauding

External and internal intermittency in turbulent reactive and non - reactive shear flows

Michael Gauding got his Doctoral degree from RWTH Aachen University, supervised by Prof. Norbert Peters. (Topic: Small-scale mixing of novel tailor-made fuels from biomass). He then became lecturer and senior scientist at University of Freiberg. Since 09/2016, he is a post-doctoral researcher at CORIA. His research interests are : Turbulence, Mixing, Combustion, High-Performance, Computing, Deep-Learning

Janvier 2020
30 janvier 2020

Seminar Jacques Borée

Turbulent near wakes and bluff body drag reduction

Jacques Borée is Professor at ENSMA (Poitiers) and deputy director of the Laboratory PPRIME

28 janvier 2020

Seminar Carlo Cossu

On the self-sustained nature of Townsend's attached eddies in wall-bounded turbulent flows

Carlo Cossu has studied at the Università La Sapienza (Roma) for his PhD. He joined from 1999 til 2009 as Chargé de recherche the LadHyX, at the École polytechnique. He then worked as Professor and became in 2009 Directeur de Recherche CNRS at the Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse (IMFT).

23 janvier 2020

Seminar Mehrnaz Anvari

Turbulent-like behavior of renewable energies: Its effect on the stability of the power grid

Mehrnaz Anvari defended her Ph.D. at the Institute of Physics and ForWind, Carl von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany and, since 08/19, she is affiliated to the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Potsdam, Germany