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The Center for Turbulence Research invites applications for participation in its 17th biennial Summer Program. The objective of the Summer Program is to promote development and evaluation of new ideas in fluid mechanics with emphasis on turbulent flows.
It is expected that the novel concepts and preliminary results generated during the Summer Program will be of sufficiently high caliber to lead to journal publications and to provide grounds for opening new lines of research in the participants' home institutions.
In recent years a significant number of proposals were focused on promoting applications of mature computational tools to real-world problems and extending analyses of complex flows to multi-physics systems.
In contrast, this year the Summer Program seeks to host studies that will introduce novel concepts at a fundamental level while envisioning long-term applicability for engineering analysis. Accordingly, proposals focusing on high-risk new concepts, whose first-ever deployment may be limited to canonical problems during the Summer Program, and which may provide opportunities applicable to realistic scenarios, are strongly encouraged.
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Computer expertise is not essential, and applications from experimentalists and theoreticians are encouraged. Applicants may request support from CTR research staff and graduate students skilled in computer programming and familiar with the Center's computational infrastructure. Faculty applicants may also propose to have one advanced doctoral student accompany them.
Applicants are encouraged to identify faculty and research staff at CTR as potential collaborators. Fellowships will provide appropriate support, including travel and a stipend.
Applicants should submit a brief proposal stating the fundamental questions to be addressed, current state of the art, technical approach, a list of the on site personnel that will be involved in the project, goals for the summer research at CTR , the data and the computer codes to be employed, along with financial requirements and current curriculum vitae.
Applications must be received by January 15, Awards will be announced on February 28, Housing arrangements will be made thereafter.
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Hysteresis of Turbulent Stresses in Wall Flows Subjected to Periodic Disturbances
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