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During the academic year, SAFL hosts weekly seminars on various topics related to environmental, geophysical and biological fluid mechanics and engineering featuring presenters from academia, government agencies and industry. These seminars are free and open to the public. Join us to learn about the latest research advancements and network with contacts in the field.

Schedule

SAFL seminars are be held on Tuesdays, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the SAFL Auditorium. 

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Upcoming Seminars:

Past Seminars:

Feb. 04

Dr. Michael M. Bernitsas, Professor
University of Michigan
Dept. of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Enhancing Flow Induced Motions to Harness Hydrokinetic Energy in an Environmentally Compatible Way

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Jan. 26

Vladan Babovic, Professor
Director, Singapor-Delft Water Alliance, National University of Singapore

Singapore Delft Water Alliance - Research Highlights

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Jan. 19

Ali Khosronejad, Post-doctoral Associate
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, U of MN

Three-dimensional Numerical Modeling of Flow and Sediment Transport in Natural Waterways with Complex Structures

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Dec. 22

SAFL THESIS DEFENSE
Ellison Kawakami
M.S. Candidate
Department of Civil Engineering, UMN, SAFL
Advisor: Roger Arndt

Investigation of the Behavior of Ventilated Supercavities

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Dec. 15 NO SEMINAR

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Dec. 08

Postponed until January 2011 - Spring Series
Ali Khosronejad, Postdoctoral Associate
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

Title TBD

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Dec. 01

Craig Hill, Researcher
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

Turbulence and scour in the wake of small-scale stream restoration structures

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Nov. 24 NO SEMINAR

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Nov. 17

Philip Liu, Professor (DISTINGUISHED SEMINAR)
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Cornell University

A multi-layer model for simulating nonlinear internal wave propagation and runup

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Nov. 10

Amilcare Porporato, Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Duke University

Hydrologic controls on soil nutrients: the role of soil moisture, stoichiometry and topography

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