Date: Wednesday 24th May 2023
Venue: University of Strathclyde, CW602 Cathedral Wing of Business School, 199 Cathedral Street, Glasgow G4 0QU
Conference Chair: Professor Stephen Wilson
Organising Committee: Dr Joseph Cousins, Professor Apala Majumdar, Professor Mikhail Osipov, Dr Alex Wray
Registration: Registration for the 36th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting has now closed.
Registration Fee: £20 per delegate (includes printed programme, lunch, and souvenir mug)
Funded Places: We are very grateful to the Edinburgh Mathematical Society for kindly agreeing to help us to improve the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion profile of the meeting this year by supporting the registration fee of up to twenty delegates from previously under-represented groups including (but not limited to): ethnicity; disability; geographical location; institutional background.
Abstract submission (deadline Friday 21st April 2023): For details of how to submit an abstract of an oral or poster presentation you wish to give at the meeting, click on the "Abstract Submission" link on the right hand side of the page
Notification of abstract acceptance: Friday 5th May 2023
The Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting (SFMM) is an annual meeting that brings together researchers working in the field of fluid dynamics from Scotland and beyond. The meeting is an informal gathering and contributions from all areas of Fluid Mechanics are welcome.
The meeting offers the perfect forum to discuss and engage with the state-of-the-art fluid dynamics research that is conducted at Scottish universities and elsewhere. The meeting is particularly intended to give PhD students and early career researchers the opportunity to present their research and receive constructive feedback to further enhance their work, however contributions by scientists at all stages of their careers from PhD student to senior professor are equally welcome.
In 2023 the SFMM returned to the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow and was (like in 1994 and 2004) hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
A list of the previous Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meetings can be downloaded from the link on the right hand side labelled Conference History.
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36th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting Group Photograph, University of Strathclyde, 24th May 2023.