Scientific meeting and board meeting Gothenburg, December 9 (2019)

Host: Bernhard Mehlig

Arrival December 8.

Venue. The meeting takes place at the Department of Physics at University of Gothenburg (PJ lecture hall, Kemigården 1, Chalmers Campus Johanneberg, Gothenburg).

Participants. The meeting is intended for members of the KAW project “Bottlenecks in turbulent aerosols”. If you would like to attend but are not a member of the project, or if you'd like to invite colleagues or students along, please contact Bernhard Mehlig.

09:00   Introduction and Coffee (lecture hall PJ)  
09:30-12:30   Scientific talks  
09:30-10:00   Dhrubaditya Mitra Turbulent erosion  
10:00-10:30   Anders Johansen New clues to planetesimal formation in the solar system  
10:30-11:00   Coffee  
11:00-11:30   Anshuman Dubey Alignment statistics of rods in a turbulent channel flow  
11:30-12:00   Jan Meibohm Fractal catastrophes  
12:00-12:30   Kelken Chang Coalescence of colliding charged water droplets  
12:40-14:00   Lunch (Hyllan)  
14:00-14:30   Board meeting  
14:45-17:30   Scientific talks  
14:45-15:15   Johan Fries Droplet evaporation near a turbulent cloud edge  
15:15-15:45   Gaetano Sardina  Future challenges in cloud microphysics  
15:45-16:15   Kristian Gustavsson Smart swimmers: machine learning for turbulence navigation
16:15-16:30   Coffee  
16:30-17:00   Xiangyu Li TBA  
17:00-17:30   Bernhard Mehlig Orientation of ice crystals settling in a turbulent cloud  
17:30   Departure  

Registration. Please register by sending a mail to Bernhard Mehlig before November 30. Please indicate whether you would like to give an oral presentation or not.

Accommodation. Please book your own hotel rooms and bill them to the project via your own university. Please contact Bernhard Mehlig if you have any questions. Suggestions for accommodation: Panorama Hotel and hostel SGS Veckobostäder.

Travel. Airfare from outside Sweden (up to 300 Euros), and train fare within Sweden will be re-imbursed. The easiest way is that your home institution pays and then bills the KAW project at Gothenburg University in the usual way.