Peter Stephan gave an overview on the CRC.
All photos: S. Keuth
Günter Auernhammer on the CRC benchmark configurations. Dr. Auernhammer is PI of CRC project A02 and A06.
David Quéré (ESPCI Paris) gave a talk entitled "Two natural functions of hydrophobic textures: from aerophilicity to anti-fogging"
David Brutin (Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille): Droplet Wetting and Evaporation – From Pure to Complex Fluids.
Peter Spelt (LMFA, École Centrale de Lyon) gave a talk on numerical simulations of 3D flows with moving contact lines.
Hrvoje Jasak (FSB, University of Zagreb) on handling discontinuous solutions with the Ghost Fluid Method. Professor Jasak is Mercator Fellow of the CRC.
Dieter Bothe, deputy spokesperson of the CRC.
Holger Marschall: "Direct Numerical Simulation of Wetting Processes by means of Sharp and Diffuse Interface Methods in OpenFOAM"
Jacco Snoeijer (University of Twente): "Wetting of (visco-)elastic surfaces"
Tatiana Gambaryan-Roisman on imbibition, evaporation and particle transport on textured substrates and in porous layers. Professor Gambaryan-Roisman is PI of CRC project A04.
Group picture of participants
Hans-Jürgen Butt gave a talk entitled: "How drops advance and recede on superhydrophobic arrays of micropillars". Professor Butt coordinates the CRC research area "New and Improved Applications" (C).