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The Laboratoire des Ecoulements Géophysiques et Industriels (LEGI) is a Joint Research Unit (UMR 5519) of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (Grenoble INP) and the University Grenoble-Alpes (UGA)). LEGI carries out a wide range of research activities with a common ground: fluid mechanics and related transport phenomena.

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Associate Professor Grenoble-INP
Grenoble-INP is hiring an Associate professor in section CNU 60 on the theme of Free Surface Hydraulics. Recruitment date : 01/09/2022.


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22 June 2022

Mardi 12 Juillet 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Herman Clercx, Eindhoven University of Technology

Turbulent rotating Rayleigh-Benard convection: the geostropic regime
Most geo- and astrophysical flows are driven by strong thermal forcing and affected by high rotation rates. In these systems, (...)

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21 June 2022

Prix de Thèse Académique 2022 pour Claudine Charrondière

Claudine Charrondière est lauréate du Prix de Thèse académique 2022 pour sa thèse intitulée « Étude in-situ des écoulements catabatiques sur pente alpine forte en situation anticyclonique ».
La thèse a (...)

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14 June 2022

Lundi 20 Juin 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Nicolas Grisouard, Universite de Toronto

Title : Ekman-inertial instability in the ocean
Contact : Chantal Staquet
Abstract : Due to their inherently limited extent, oceanic density fronts exhibit strong velocity shears. These shears (...)

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11 June 2022

Mardi 28 Juin 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Laurent Lacaze, IMFT

Title : Collapse of dense suspensions: a model to understand unsteady gravity driven flows
Contact : Marie Rastello
Abstract : The slumping of a complex material initially at rest is a useful (...)

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24 May 2022

Mardi 14 Juin 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Michael Schlutter, Hamburg University

Title : Characterization of Stirred Tank Reactors by 4D Particle Tracking Velocimetry and Mixing Time Distributions
Contact : Martin Obligado
Abstract : Stirred tank reactors are frequently (...)

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Jobs, Phd Subjects

Sujet de thèse : Cavitation hydrodynamique sous champ magnétique intense

Proposition de thèse financée, octobre 2022
Notre équipe a développé ces dernières années le (...)

PhD proposal: Aeroacoustic and phonetic study of sound source interactions in speech

Funded 3-year PhD offer (CNRS | 80 PRIME) from 01/10/2022 until 30/09/2025
Collaboration (...)

PhD proposal: Experimental study of bubbles at very high Reynolds numbers

Dispersed two-phase flows at high Reynolds numbers are present in various applications, in (...)

Post-doc proposal : Anisotropic mesh adaptation and numerical schemes for the LES simulation of interfaces

SAFRAN group relies more and more on high-fidelity numerical simulations for aeronautic engine (...)