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Séminaires internes

Des séminaires internes informels (20 min de présentation, habituellement jeudi à 13h) sont régulièrement organisés dans l’équipe.

Pour des infos ou demandes, envoyer un courriel à : Eletta Negretti.

Prochains séminaires :

- 2018/06/14 Jeudi 12h15- Bruno Voisin -

La liste plus complète des séminaires à venir et passés :

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Inertial wave wake of a cylinder

14/06/2018 - Bruno Voisin
Rotation alters fundamentally the wake of a moving body, or the flow past a fixed obstacle : inertial waves are generated and vortex shedding is hindered. We present a (...)

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Wave-forced dynamics in the nearshore and river mouths

31/05/2018 - Maurizio Brocchini DICEA, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy
The role of wave forcing on the main hydro-morphological dynamics evolving in the shallow waters of the (...)

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Long-term shoreline evolution modeling

16/05/2018 - Hai Yen Tran
This study focuses on the feasibility of a combined model that includes longshore sediment transport effects in a cross-shore shoreline evolution model. Longshore (...)

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SST Anomaly in the Mozambique Channel

03/05/2018 - Guoqing Han K118 12h15
Abstract The sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly in the Mozambique Channel is revealed by high resolution satellite remote sensing data . The data analysis (...)

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SedWaveFoam : A free surface resolving Eulerian two-phase model for wave-driven sediment transport

26/04/2018 - Yeulwoo Kim
Wave-driven sediment transport is one of the key drivers of beach morphodyanmics. However, a comprehensive understanding of that has not been achieved due to many (...)

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Modeling transport and mixing by internal gravity waves in the Southern Ocean

12/04/2018 - Garcìa Molina Cruz
Motivated by field measurements and numerical modeling of the interaction of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) with rough topography in the Southern Ocean (...)

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Micro-seismic monitoring of a shear deformation zone : a laboratory experiment

15/03/2018 - Cédric Lachaud (IGE)
The brittle deformation of ice has important environmental applications, mostly regarding to our understanding at the future evolution of ice sheet and sea ice. (...)

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Laboratory experiments on gravity currents interacting with an upsloping bottom

Maria Chiara De Falco - 22/02/2018
The propagation of gravity currents develops generally over complex boundaries in several natural fields. In particular, density currents can propagate up a (...)

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Linear stability analysis of particle-laden hypopycnal plumes

08/02/2018 - Jorge Hugo Silvestrini
Gravity-driven riverine outflows are responsible for carrying sediments to the coastal waters. The turbulent mixing in these flows is associated with shear (...)

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3D numerical simulations of flows over curved boundaries

02/02/2018 - Jérémie Dagaut Gravity currents have a key role in the oceanic and atmospheric circulation processes. They often occur on surfaces with complex topography. In the present study, (...)

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