[All] UKFN bulletin, w/e 9/10/20

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Fri Oct 9 12:19:04 BST 2020


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FROM: Matthew Juniper, 2/10/20
Subject: Questionnaire on National Initiative in Fluid Dynamics

The UKFN has launched a Questionnaire about a National Initiative in
Fluid Dynamics.

The questionnaire is at https://forms.gle/KHsTwNEPy83acofM6 and will
remain open until 25th October 2020.


FROM: Hannah Kreczak, University of Leeds, 7/10/20 
SUBJECT: Fluids competition for KS3 Schools  
DETAILS: The CDT in Fluid Dynamics at Leeds is excited to announce a
science competition inviting KS3 students to explore the wonders of
everyday fluid dynamics. Please share with all UK-based Science
Teachers. Schools can enter here: https://bit.ly/3mOxVew [2]  
DEADLINE: 1/12/20


FROM: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, LIFD, UKFN and DAMTP, 9/10/20 
Subject: Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series: Morteza Gharib, California
Institute of Technology, USA, "Toroidal plasmoid generation via extreme
hydrodynamic shear" 

EVENT DATE: 16/10/20, 4:00 pm BST/11 am EDT 
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/3ig0QVq  

FROM: Judith McCann, EPSRC, 6/10/20 
SUBJECT: Introduction to EPSRC's Engineering Programme Webinars 
EVENT DATE: Registration for 'Introduction to EPSRC's Engineering
Programme'  Webinars on 21st October [3] and 12th November [4] is now
Details: The Engineering Head of Programme, Andrew Lawrence, will give a
30-minute talk, which will be followed by up to an hour of Q&A with
members of the Engineering team. The talk will cover peer review
processes and funding opportunities, including our responses to
COVID-19. It will also cover our current strategic priorities and our
context within both EPSRC and UKRI more widely. All are welcome to
attend; however, we would like to particularly encourage early career
researchers and those who have had limited experience with the team

FROM: Brian Launder, University of Manchester, 23/9/20

SUBJECT: 17th UK Heat Transfer Conference (UKHTC-2021) 
EVENT DATE: 5-7 September 2021
Details: https://bit.ly/34iRu6n 
CLOSING DATE: Deadline for abstracts is 28/2/21 


No messages this week


FROM: Michael Herzog, University of Cambridge, 1/10/20
SUBJECT: Postdoc position in numerical modelling of volcanic plumes
TOPIC: Volcanic ash hazards
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/30p33HW
CLOSING DATE: 26/10/20  
FROM: Daniel Zabek, Cardiff University, 27/9/20
SUBJECT: Fully-funded experimentally-focused PhD project
TOPIC: Nanomaterials for the Next Generation of Functional and Smart
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/36kcRHe
CLOSING DATE: 1/12/20  

FROM: Ricardo Garcia-Mayoral, University of Cambridge, 25/9/20 
SUBJECT: EPSRC-Funded Postdoctoral Position on Turbulent Flows Over
Porous/Rough Surfaces 
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/2HCLihS 
CLOSING DATE: 23/10/20 

FROM: Luca Magri, University of Cambridge, 21/9/20  
SUBJECT: PhD and postdoc positions in physics-aware machine learning
(PhyCo project, ERC StG) 
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/2Gmvnng Please send your CV and a short
motivation letter to  lm547 at cam.ac.uk if you are interested. 
CLOSING DATE: Application process will open in October/November 

FROM: Mark Sterling, University of Birmingham, 21/8/20
SUBJECT: Fully funded PhD studentship in fluid mechanics
TOPIC: Wind Engineering risk to forest trees - an experimental and
numerical study
DETAILS: https://bit.ly/3gwFl1W 
CLOSING DATE: 31/10/20 


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