Berkeley Fluids Seminar

University of California, Berkeley

Bring your lunch(but maybe have room for some seminar snacks) and enjoy learning about fluids!

The Berkeley Fluids Seminar series meets weekly to discuss about the broad spectrum of cutting-edge fluid dynamics research. It is a great opportunity for the Fluids community in Berkeley (students, postdocs and faculty members) and for visitors to gather and share research thoughts in an informal context. The seminars will be held in 3110 Etcheverry Hall with a few exceptions. The schedule for the Fall 2019 is available here.


If you are interested in presenting or have someone who might be prevailed upon to present, we would be happy to see if we can schedule a seminar slot for the semester. Please feel more than encouraged to contact us. (contact info on the left panel)

Next speaker

Towards physics-informed deep learning to emulate complex turbulent and chaotic systems

Monday, November 18, 2019

12:00-13:00, 3110 Etcheverry Hall

Dr. Karthik Kashinath

(Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)







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Acknowledgments

Prof. Eliot Quataert on behalf of The Theoretical Astrophysics Center and the Astronomy Department (UC Berkeley)

Prof. Philip S. Marcus on behalf of the Mechanical Engineering Department (UC Berkeley)

Prof. Michael Manga (Earth and Planetary Science, UC Berkeley)

Prof. Evan Variano (Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley)


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