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The LMFL will hold an annual Lille Turbulence Programme (LTP), the first being LTP2020 which will start on Monday 29 June 2020 and will end on Friday 24 July 2020. The aim of the LTP is to initiate national and international collaborations on turbulence research and make our extensive turbulence data bases widely available. Invited participants will be given access to our data and facilities and will be offered a desk in the LMFL's turbulence building for a duration between 2 and 4 weeks.
12 Mars 2020
Application for the Master Aeronautics & Space major Turbulence is now open for 2020. International experts from Lille (J.C. Vassilicos, J.-M. Foucaut, J.-P. Laval, ..) and from Poitiers (P. Jordan, R. Manceau, ..) are strongly involved in the program. This two years master program is a unique opportunity to acquire a strong fluid mechanics background and to apply for a PhD at LMFL and worldwide in a wide range of research domains (aerospace, aeronautics, automotive, chemicals, electricity, oil & gas, renewable energy, transports).
27 Octobre 2019
Since October 1st, a new member joined the LMFL. Christos Vassilicos obtained a permanent senior researcher position (Director of Research) at CNRS and is affected to the LMFL.
10 Octobre 2019
LMFL and the SIG "Non-equilibrium turbulence" of the UK Fluid Network organize a workshop the 2-3 Decembre 2019 at Villeneuve d'Ascq. See the website (http://lmfl.cnrs.fr/workshop/non-equilibrium-turbulence-home/) for more information.
08 Octobre 2019
The LMFL and EUCASS will organise the 1st EUCASS workshop on "Advanced Aerospace Designs by Innovative Flow Control Technology". All the information are available on the dedicated website (http://lmfl.cnrs.fr/workshop/eucass/).
04 Octobre 2019
Since September 1st 2019, the LMFL will benefit from the expertise of a new permanent member. Francesco Romano just started as Associate Professor at ENSAM-ParisTech, Lille.
15 Septembre 2019
Prof. L. Cattafesta is invited during June 2019 by the LMFL to study the dynamics of wake vortices.
17 Mai 2019
Heng Xiao, Associate Prof. at Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, Virginia Tech (USA) has a one month invited position at Centrale Lille in Luly 2018 in order to extend the collaboration on the use of Machine Learning for turbulence modelling.
24 Juillet 2018