Grey College, Durham University, Durham, U.K.
14th - 18th July 2003.
Organised by Jitesh Gajjar
, Frank Smith
& Philip Hall
The period covering the last 20-25 years was arguably one of the most
fruitful and productive in fluid mechanics research particularly in the area
of rapid fluid flows, laminar separation, and hydrodynamic stability
and transition to turbulence theory. Many seminal contributions were
made during this period including a rational description of the structure
of the flow near the trailing edge of a flat plate, self-induced separation
in internal and external flows, breakaway separation in the flow past bluff
bodies, a coherent mathematical description of boundary layer stability and
This LMS-Durham workshop will provide a timely opportunity to collect together active researchers working in the area of rapid fluid flows and critically review past and present work, as well as focussing attention on some of the emerging research areas which can be tackled using advanced asymptotic and computational techniques.
The meeting will focus on five main themes.
The meeting will be held at Grey College , Durham University in the historic city of Durham with the world famous castle and cathedral. Durham is conveniently located with excellent railway and road links to other parts of England and Scotland.
For further information contact
Dr. J.S.B. Gajjar
Mathematics Department, Manchester
University, Manchester M13 9PL.
Tel: 044+ 161 2975 5895, Fax: 044+161 2275 5819