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Séminaires 2024

The past and future seminars are displayed on the following calendar (also accessible online and for calendar integration).

Once available, the titles and abstracts of the talks are listed below.

For people outside of LEGI, you can register on the mailing list for announcements of future seminars on the link below :


Mardi 26 Mars 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Paolo Personnettaz, ISTerre

Title : Simulations of mass transport in liquid metal batteries
Liquid metal batteries (LMBs) are a promising candidate for storing electrical energy at the grid scale. An LMB is a fully molten (...)

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Mardi 12 Mars 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Howard Stone, Princeton University

Complex fluid flows involving rough surfaces, self-similarity, and speech
In this talk I sketch some recent themes (The research described was performed by many people in my research group, as (...)

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Vendredi 8 Mars 14h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Cecile Ghouila-Houri, G2ELAB

Thermal MEMS sensors for aeronautics : from cleanroom to flight tests
This presentation will talk about the work realized at IEMN about the MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems) devices (...)

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Mardi 5 Mars 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Sophie Roman, ISTO

Microfluidics for geosciences to study the interplay between flow, geochemistry, and colloidal transport in porous media
There is strong interest in imaging and numerical modeling of (...)

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Mardi 13 Fevrier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Thierry Alboussiere, LGL

Compressible convection in planets and stars, why bother ?
In the study of thermal convection, Oberbeck then Boussinesq devised a simplified model, valid in many practical cases, whereby density (...)

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Jeudi 8 Fevrier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Joachim Peinke, University of Oldenburg

Floating wind turbines and a new transition to turbulence
In this seminar, wind tunnel experiments will be presented that aim to characterize the turbulent wakes of floating wind turbines. A (...)

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Mardi 6 Fevrier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Aurore Loisy, IRPHE

Deep reinforcement learning to uncover autonomous navigation strategies in turbulent flows
Navigation is about optimising a route to go from A to B. Animal and robotic navigation however (...)

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Mardi 30 Janvier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Nicolas Rimbert, LEMTA

Outcomes of the French ICE program on Liquid Fragmentation in Severe Nuclear Accidents
During a severe nuclear accident involving nuclear core melting, one of the risks is the development of a (...)

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Mardi 23 Janvier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Benjamin Duret, CORIA

Direct numerical simulation of phase change in turbulent two-phase flows : application to HIT and cryogenic tanks
Despite the intense research being carried out in numerical methods in fluid (...)

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Mardi 16 Janvier 11h00 - LEGI Salle K118

Federico Falcini, ISAC CNR

Bottom topography effects on abyssal diapycnal mixing in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea : the role of climate variability and effects on heat content distribution
The abyssal Ionian Sea is a deep (...)

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