Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Minisymposium on Vortex Dynamics

The 15th US National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, held in Boulder, CO, June 25-30, featured a minisymposium on vortex dynamics with the following presentations:
  • H. Aref, Virginia Tech, “Vortex dynamics 150 years later”
  • D. Crowdy, Imperial College, “Point vortex motion in the presence of boundaries: new perspectives”
  • S. Tung, U Colorado, “Vortices in rotating BECs”
  • R. Donnelly, U Oregon, “Quantum turbulence”
  • P. K. Newton, USC, “Heterogeneous equilibrium configurations of N-Point vortices on the sphere”
  • L. Zanetti, Politecnico di Torino, “Vortex equilibria in confined domains”
  • M. A. Stremler, Vanderbilt U, “Analytical models of vortex wakes”
  • V. V. Meleshko, University of Kiev, “Near wall control and transport properties of two-dimensional vortex structures”


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