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  • 14.03.2019

    Contact effects in liquid/liquid flows

    Guest talk by Ellen Longmire (University of Minnesota)

    On March 14, 2019, Ellen Longmire will hold a guest talk entitled „Contact effects in liquid/liquid flows“. The event will include global themes of careers and career paths in science and research, especially (but not exclusively) for women.

  • 08.02.2019

    Instability of advancing contact lines and liquid film breakup in rivulets

    Numerical approach with OpenFoam integral film model and VOF

    On 8 February 2019 Anne Gosset (University of A Coruña) will hold a guest talk on the modeling of dewetting phenomena in liquid films subject to body or shear forces, resulting in a fingering of the contact line and subsequent formation of rivulets. These rivulets can affect the performance of systems such as anti-icing of aircraft.

  • 13.12.2018

    Karrierewege – Ingenieurinnen berichten

    Kaminabend2018

    Diskussionsveranstaltung am 13. Dezember 2018

    Das Gleichstellungsbüro der TU Darmstadt lädt alle Interessierten herzlich dazu ein, sich über Chancen und Wege in Wissenschaft und Industrie zu informieren und sich mit promovierten Ingenieurinnen über persönliche Erfahrungen auszutauschen. Um Anmeldungen bis zum 01. Dezember 2018 wird gebeten.

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  • 25.01.2019

    Forced wetting under the influence of controlled body forces

    Guest talk by Thodoris D. Karapantsios (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

    On 25 January 2019, Thodoris D. Karapantsios will hold a talk entitled „Forced wetting under the influence of controlled body forces“. The talk focuses on a new device which allows simultaneous rotation and tilting of the droplet substrate while following the droplet shape evolution with three cameras.Thodoris heads the Multiphase Dynamics Group at the Artistotle University of Thessaloniki.

  • 07.12.2018

    Modelling nanoscale effects in drop impact and spreading

    Guest talk by James Sprittles (University of Warwick)

    On 7 December 2018 James Sprittles (University of Warwick) will hold a guest talk entitled „Modelling nanoscale effects in drop impact and spreading“.

  • 16.11.2018

    The long and winding path to statistical models for large ensembles of sliding drops

    Guest talk by Uwe Thiele (WWU Münster)

    On 16 November 2018 Uwe Thiele (WWU Münster) will hold a guest lecture entitled „The long and winding path to statistical models for large ensembles of sliding drops“. Uwe Thiele heads the group „Selforganisation and Complexity“ at the Institute of Theoretical Physics.

  • 13.06.2018

    Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory of Non-Newtonian Fluids

    Guest talk by Wolfgang Dreyer (Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics)

    On June 13, 2018, Prof Wolfgang Dreyer (Weierstrass Institute, Berlin) will give a guest talk entitled “Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory of Non-Newtonian Fluids”.

    June 13, 2018

    9:30-10:30

    L2|06 Room 100

  • 04.06.2018

    Strömungssimulation in zeitlich veränderlichen Lösungsgebieten

    Gastvortrag von Milovan Perić, 04.06. 2018, 14:00 Uhr

    Am 04. Juni 2018 um 14:00 Uhr stellt Milovan Perić in einem Gastvortrag einige Ansätze zur Berechnung von Strömungen in zeitlich veränderlichen Lösungsgebieten vor.

  • 29.06.2018

    Growing drops on an inclined plate: Onset of sliding

    Guest talk by Simeon Völkel and Kai Huang (University of Bayreuth)

    The PhD colloquium on June 29, 2018 will begin with a guest talk by Simeon Völkel and Kai Huang (University of Bayreuth) who will present their experiment on depinning processes of drops on an inclined plate. The subsequent CRC talk „Merging drops with unstable wetting films“ will be held by Peyman Rostami (project A02).

  • 18.05.2018

    Using MRI to understand the interplay between structure, composition and rheology in complex fluids

    Guest talk by Melanie M. Britton (School of Chemistry, University of Birmingham)

    Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is widely used by chemists to acquire information on the structure, interactions and dynamics of molecules. When the NMR signal is acquired in the presence of magnetic field gradients, the variety of chemical and physical information available by NMR becomes spatially-dependent, resulting in images which map and quantify chemical composition, physical environment and molecular motion.