Unless otherwise specified, Fluid Dynamics seminars take place on Fridays at 14.00.If you are interested in giving a talk, or for further information about the seminar please contact Dr Eric Keaveny or Dr Ory Schnitzer.
Fluid Dynamics YouTube channel
If you have missed any of the seminars, you can watch them on the Fluid Dynamics Group Youtube Channel.
Diversity Policy of the Fluid Dynamics Seminar
Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London
Imperial College London, its Department of Mathematics, and its AMMP Section are committed to fostering a welcoming, open, and diverse research community. We recognize that there are groups who remain under-represented in the discipline, particularly among senior academics and other professionals. One of the ways we can try to address this is to take active steps to promote equality, diversity and inclusion among the Fluid Dynamics Seminar speakers. This this end:
- We will seek a diverse set of speakers that reflects the diversity of the UK’s mathematical and physical fluid dynamics community in terms of gender as well as ethnicity and race, for example.
- We will invite speakers from all around the UK, and insofar as possible around the rest of Europe and the world (e.g. international visitors to the UK here for conferences, workshops or long term visits such as sabbaticals).
- We will monitor our speaker list and make it public on a dedicated website and also announce all seminars as widely as possible (the organisers have a home-grown mailing list that is used in addition to departmental announcements and the website).
When soliciting names of potential speakers the organisers emphasize our aim to present a slate of speakers that is diverse in terms of gender, ethnicity/race, and geography. We also take advantage of resources such as the UK Women in Mathematics LinkedIn Group and European Women in Mathematics Members List.