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The LMFL is launching the third edition of the "Lille Turbulence Program (LTP)". The event, which is renewed each year takes place over 4 weeks in June and July. The start and end dates this year are Monday 18 June and Thursday 13 July 2013. About twenty to thirty international guests are invited to stay for up to 4 weeks to present and discuss their work, think about and initiate new avenues of research and collaborations or/and work on the experimental and numerical LMFL's databases of turbulent flows. The visiting researchers can benefit from the LMFL experimental facilities, in particular its 20m-long wind tunnel, and generate original data.
03 Mars 2023
A team from LMFL realized, with their collaborators of the Service de Physique de l'Etat Condensé of the CEA Saclay, an experiment of 4D-PTV in the new experimental device GVK (Giant Von Karman) of the CEA in the framework of the ANR EXPLOIT.
16 Septembre 2022
Christos Vassilicos obtained an ERC Advanced Grant on "Non-stationary Non-homogeneous Turbulence" (NoStaHo) for the period 2022-2027. This first ERC for LMFL is a great opportunity to strengthen the team working on turbulence.
13 Juillet 2022
The LMFL is launching the second edition of the "Lille Turbulence Program (LTP)". The event which will be renewed each year takes place over 4 weeks in June and July. About twenty international guests are invited to present and discuss their work, think about new avenues of research and collaborations or work on the experimental and numerical LMFL's databases of turbulent flows. The LTP will start with a 4 days open workshop from June 20 to June 23.
02 Juin 2022
The LMFL is very pleased to have a new permanent member since January 1, 2022. Marcello Meldi has indeed obtained a full Professor position at Arts et Métiers, Lille.
28 Janvier 2022
The LMFL will be part of the Local Steering Committee of the "9th European Conference of Aerospace Sciences" organised by EUCASS. This edition has received the support of the Association Aéronautique et Astronautique de France (3AF) and will be carried out with the partnership of the clusters Aér'Hauts-de-France, Normandie Aerospace and Skywin for Belgium. The LMFL will propose a cross-cutting session on "flow control".
07 Octobre 2021
The LMFL is launching the first edition of the "Lille Turbulence Program" this year. The event which will be renewed each year takes place over 4 weeks in July. About twenty international guests are invited to present and discuss their work, think about new avenues of research and collaborations or work on the experimental and numerical LMFL's databases of turbulent flows. The 2021 edition had to be adapted because of the health crisis. About ten guests are present at the LMFL and those who have not been able to come follow the webinars online.
14 Juillet 2021
End of a one month and a half test campaign on the axial compressor test bench CME2 at ENSAM Lille using optical metrology (PIV). This has been the first experiences of this kind conducted on this compressor, with its share of good and bad surprises. Several configurations of interest have been documented, including cases close to stall, with and without active flow control and with various level of inlet distortions.
05 Juillet 2021
The CNRS spotlights the recent paper of J.C. Vassilicos with G. Cafiero (from Surrey University) entitled "Non-equilibrium Scaling of the Turbulent-Nonturbulent Interface Speed in Planar Jets" published in Physical Review Letters.
18 Décembre 2020
The LMFL is launching its weekly seminar/webinar, which will take place on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. Some speakers will give their presentation from the building Boussinesq (M6) of the LMFL (Campus of Villeneuve d'Ascq) but will be broadcast by the zoom application. The first speaker will be Alexander Smits of Princeton University on Thursday, October 29. The next speakers will be posted periodically on the LMFL website and distributed by email. If you want to receive the ads you can register with Francesco Romano (firstname.lastname@example.org)
23 Octobre 2020