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This event showcases their work at the Johns Hopkins Center for Environmental & Applied Fluid Mechanics, the George Washington University group and the Burgers Program of the University of Maryland. It will be held on Tuesday, May 21st, in Gilman Hall 50 on the Hopkins Homewood campus. A light continental breakfast will be served at 8:30am and the plenary lecture: "Fluid Dynamics of Human Phonation - Pathology of Polyps" by Michael Plesniak of George Washington University will begin at 9 am.
Johns Hopkins University
May 21, 2013; 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Gilman Hall 50, Homewood campus
Inspired by the intellectual heritage of J. M. Burgers, the mission of the Burgers Program is to enhance the quality and international visibility of fluid dynamics research and educational programs at the University of Maryland with the help of an endowed Burgers Fund. Fluid dynamics in this context is viewed to include a broad range of dynamics, from nanoscales to geophysical scales, in simple and complex fluids.
The Burgers Program is supported by faculty from the College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences and the A. J. Clark School of Engineering.