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<p><strong>UKFN weekly round-up 30/10/20<br /></strong><br />If you would like to circulate a brief message to the UKFN mailing list, please send an appropriately formatted item to <a href="mailto:info@fluids.ac.uk">info@fluids.ac.uk</a> by<strong><span> </span>Friday noon<span> </span></strong>of that week. <span>Messages are repeated according to</span><span> </span><a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/files/Newsletter_repeat_policy_200811.1597143124.pdf">these guidelines</a><span>. <br /><br /></span></p>
<p><strong>A. UKFN MESSAGES</strong></p>
<p><strong>From:</strong><span> Nick Daish, 16/10/20</span><strong><br />Subject:</strong><span> Open call for proposals to start a new Special Interest Group</span><strong><span><br /></span></strong></p>
<p><span>UKFN is pleased to announce the launch of an open call for proposals to start a new Special Interest Group. </span></p>
<p><span>If approved, UKFN will support the new SIG by providing a dedicated page on the UKFN website and access to publicity in the 'SIGs' section of the weekly newsletter, on the website and in social media.</span></p>
<p>Proposals should be sent to<span> </span><a href="mailto:sig@fluids.ac.uk">sig@fluids.ac.uk</a><span> </span>and will be reviewed in batches every 3 months.<span> </span><strong>The closing date for the first batch is 31st October 2020.</strong></p>
<p><span>Details on what to include in your proposal are available in the following pdf</span></p>
<p><a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/files/SIGs_Open_call_guidance_template_200811.1597312481.pdf">https://fluids.ac.uk/files/SIGs_Open_call_guidance_template_200811.1597312481.pdf</a> </p>
<p>which is also available on the SIG home page<span> </span><a href="https://fluids.ac.uk/sig">https://fluids.ac.uk/sig</a><span> </span>under 'Start a SIG'.<span><br /><br /></span></p>
<p><strong style="font-size: 10pt;">B. MEMBER MESSAGES<br /></strong></p>
<p><strong>EVENTS:</strong></p>
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<div><strong>From: </strong>Journal of Fluid Mechanics, LIFD, UKFN and DAMTP, 30/10/20 <strong><br />Subject: </strong>Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series: <span>Dennice Gayme, Johns Hopkins University, USA, "Wind farm modeling and control for power grid support"</span><strong><br /></strong></div>
<div><strong>Event date: </strong>6/11/20, 4:00 pm BST/11 am EDT</div>
<div><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3ig0QVq ">https://bit.ly/3ig0QVq </a> </div>
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<div><strong>From:<span> </span></strong>ERCOFTAC, 29/10/20<strong><br />Subject:<span> </span></strong>Zoom Meeting "How much do we know and how much we don't know about the Covid-19 Flow Physics"<strong><br /></strong></div>
<div><strong>Event date:</strong>13/11/20, 10:00am BST</div>
<div><strong>Details: </strong>Zoom link -<strong> </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2Jot8l7">https://bit.ly/2Jot8l7</a> Event information - <a href="https://bit.ly/3jHI0aH">https://bit.ly/3jHI0aH</a> </div>
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<div><strong>From:<span> </span></strong>Benedict Rogers, University of Manchester, 26/10/20<strong><br />Subject:<span> </span></strong>Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics rEsearch and engineeRing International Community (SPHERIC) new monthly seminar series on SPH (free to attend)</div>
<div><strong>Event date:<span> </span></strong>12/11/20, 12:00pm BST<br /><strong><strong>Details: </strong></strong><a href="https://spheric-sph.org/global-seminars">https://spheric-sph.org/global-seminars</a> </div>
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<div><strong>From:<span> </span></strong>Ian Wilson & Julien Landel, 15/10/20<strong><br />Subject:<span> </span></strong>EPSRC-funded Workshop on "Roadmapping Quantitative Understanding of Cleaning and Decontamination"</div>
<div><strong>Event date:<span> </span></strong>20-22/4/21 <br /><strong><strong>Details:<span> </span></strong></strong><a href="https://www.modcad.org/">https://www.modcad.org/</a></div>
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<p><strong>SIGS:</strong></p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>From:</strong> Stephen Longshaw, SPH SIG, 26/10/20<br /><strong>Subject:</strong> The SPH SIG invites you to join our inaugural virtual meeting. This free and virtual event is the first of a new series and will be held on the<span> </span><strong>25<sup>th</sup><span> </span>of November 2020</strong><span> </span>between<span> </span><strong>14:00 and 16:00 GMT</strong>. It will provide a<span> </span><em>round-table<span> </span></em>overview of 6 early-career researcher's work with SPH, from institutions across the UK. Future events are planned, with a mixture of the round-table format and more in-depth overviews from individual SIG members expected.</p>
<p style="font-weight: 400;">To attend, please<strong><span> </span><a href="https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukfn-sph-sig-virtual-meeting-tickets-126796548891">register</a><span> </span></strong>and details of how to join the meeting will be distributed closer to the event.</p>
<p><strong>JOBS:</strong>  </p>
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<div><strong><span>From: </span></strong>Simone Hochgreb, University of Cambridge, 26/10/20<strong><span><br />Subject:</span></strong> Post-doctoral position held between the University of Rouen, France, and Cambridge</div>
<div><strong><span><span>Topic:<span> </span></span></span></strong>Experimental measurements in droplet-laden flows as part of a joint project in experiments and modeling in the field.<strong><span><br /><span>Details:</span></span></strong><span> <a href="https://bit.ly/37VlCbg">https://bit.ly/37VlCbg</a> </span></div>
<div><strong><span><span>Closing date:<span> </span></span></span></strong>31/12/30 (interviews ongoing)</div>
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<div><strong><span><br /><span>From: </span></span></strong>Prof. Suzanne Fielding, Durham University, 26/10/20<strong><span><br /><span>Subject: </span></span></strong>Postdoctoral Research Associate at Durham: Soft Matter and Biological Physics (two posts)</div>
<div><strong><span><span>Topic: </span></span></strong>Statistical mechanics and rheology of yield stress materials, including active matter such as biological tissues (ERC Advanced Grant 'RheoYield')<strong><span><br /><span>Details:</span></span></strong><span> <a href="https://bit.ly/37KgNBL">https://bit.ly/37KgNBL</a>  </span></div>
<div><strong><span><span>Closing date: </span></span></strong>11/11/20</div>
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<div><strong><span>From: </span></strong><span>Mark Blyth, University of East Anglia, 21/10/20<br /><strong><span>Subject: </span></strong></span>Fully funded PhD studentship in fluid mechanics<strong><span><br /><strong><span>Topic: </span></strong><span> </span></span></strong>Mathematical modelling of fluid transport in plants<strong><span><br /><strong><span>Details:</span></strong> </span></strong><a href="https://bit.ly/35kUlw7">https://bit.ly/35kUlw7</a><strong><span> </span><span><br /><strong><span>Closing date: </span></strong></span></strong>23/11/20 </div>
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<div><strong>From<span>: </span></strong>Tassos G. Karayiannis, Brunel University London, 16/10/20<strong><strong><br /><strong>Subject</strong><span>:<span> </span></span></strong></strong>PhD studentship <strong><strong><br /></strong></strong></div>
<div><strong><strong><strong>Topic: </strong></strong></strong>Study of Flow Boiling in Small and Micro-Channels</div>
<div><strong><strong><strong>Details</strong><span>:</span></strong><span> </span></strong><a href="https://bit.ly/3j0rqCx">https://bit.ly/3j0rqCx</a><strong><span> </span><strong><br /><strong>Closing date:<span> </span></strong></strong></strong>30/11/20</div>
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<div><strong>From<span>: </span></strong>Duncan Hewitt, University College London, 15/10/20<strong><br /><strong>Subject</strong><span>:<span> </span></span></strong>Two Lectureships<strong><br /></strong></div>
<div><strong><strong>Topic: </strong></strong>Applied Maths</div>
<div><strong><strong>Details</strong><span>:</span></strong><span> <a href="https://bit.ly/318GI1O">https://bit.ly/318GI1O</a></span><strong><br /><strong>Closing date: </strong></strong>15/11/20</div>
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<div><strong>From<span>: </span></strong>Igor Chernyavsky, University of Manchester, 12/10/20<strong><br /><strong>Subject</strong><span>: </span></strong>Postdoctoral position in Applied Mathematics</div>
<div><strong>Topic:</strong> Haemodynamics, Blood Rheology and Transport in Complex Media<strong><br /></strong></div>
<div><strong><strong>Details</strong><span>:</span></strong> <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://bit.ly/2Fkds0k">https://bit.ly/2Fkds0k</a><strong><br /><strong>Closing date</strong><span>: </span></strong>02/11/20<strong><br /></strong></div>
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<div><strong>From: </strong>Paul Milewski, University of Bath, 11/10/20 </div>
<div><strong>Subject: </strong>Lecturer in Applied Mathematics</div>
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<div><strong>Topic: </strong>Continuum Mechanics, Modelling and Industrial Mathematics</div>
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<div><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2GNBUrT">https://bit.ly/2GNBUrT</a><br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> 1/11/20 </div>
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<div><strong><span>From: </span></strong>Daniel Zabek, Cardiff University, 27/9/20<strong><strong><br /><strong><span>Subject:</span></strong></strong><span><span> </span></span></strong>Fully-funded experimentally-focused PhD project<strong><strong><br /><strong><span>Topic: </span></strong></strong></strong>Nanomaterials for the Next Generation of Functional and Smart Fluids<strong><strong><br /><strong><span>Details:</span></strong></strong></strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/36kcRHe">https://bit.ly/36kcRHe</a><strong><a href="https://my.corehr.com/pls/ulivrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_process_type=&p_applicant_no=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y&p_recruitment_id=021276"><strong><br /></strong></a><strong><span>Closing date: </span></strong></strong>1/12/20 </div>
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<div><strong>From: </strong>Luca Magri, University of Cambridge, 21/9/20 </div>
<div><strong>Subject: </strong>PhD and postdoc positions </div>
<div><strong>Topic: </strong>Physics-aware machine learning (PhyCo project, ERC StG)</div>
<div><strong>Details: </strong><a href="https://bit.ly/2Gmvnng">https://bit.ly/2Gmvnng</a><strong> </strong>Please send your CV and a short motivation letter to  <a href="mailto:lm547@cam.ac.uk">lm547@cam.ac.uk</a> if you are interested. <br /><strong>Closing date:</strong> Application process will open in October/November</div>
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<div><strong>From: </strong>Mark Sterling, University of Birmingham, 21/8/20<br /><strong>Subject: </strong>Fully funded PhD studentship in fluid mechanics<br /><strong>Topic: </strong>Wind Engineering risk to forest trees - an experimental and numerical study<br /><strong>Details:</strong> <a href="https://bit.ly/3gwFl1W">https://bit.ly/3gwFl1W</a><span> </span><br /><strong>Closing date: </strong>31/10/20 <br /><br /></div>
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