The success of the first Pilot Centre, PEPIT, locally concentrated in the region of Rhone-Alpes motivated the LMFA, the LEGI and the LP-ENSL to relaunch the Pilot Centre as the "Centre Henri Bénard". The "Centre Henri Bénard" is geographically less limited than PEPIT to the region of Rhône-Alpes and is also open to institutions which are thematically close and not located in Grenoble or Lyon. The Institut ∂'Alembert of the Sorbonne Université therefore also joined the new Pilot Centre. Furthermore, Dassault-Aviation remains the only industrial partner, but others will be contacted.
The aims of the "Centre Henri Bénard" are foremost to promote results of fundamental research for industrial or other applications. This wants to be done at three levels: First, communications between the research members will be increased to invoke and promote collaborations inside the Pilot Centre. Second, the results are promoted on a national level, to increase their visibility for future applications, be it industrial or others (e.g. geophysical). Third, the tight collaboration of the different laboratories produces one of the largest scientific communities studying turbulence and therefore will be used to create an internationally known "label" to promote the work of the "Centre Henri Bénard" worldwide. The main subject of research of the Pilot Centre is turbulence, with all its special properties such as energy cascades, intermittency, anisotropy, in Eulerian as well as Lagrangian frame works. New efforts will be placed on Lagrangian studies, including more experimental approaches. In addition to fundamental aspects of turbulence, the following non-complete list of subjects are approached in the context of the Pilot Centre:
07-13 April, 2019 Organizers: Shervin Bagheri, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Peter Schmid, Imperial College, London, UK, (email@example.com) Background The network of interactions among fluid elements and coherent structures gives rise to the7 Apr 2019
Astroflu IV - Organized by Henri Bénard Pilot Center, SIG 35 and SIG 4. January 23-24 2019, École Centrale de Lyon Motivations and Objectives: The two first local events ‘ASTROFLU’ were principally organised by the Henri Bénard PC in Lyon, 12-13/11/2008 and 15/12/2011. The third one, which took23 Jan 2019
Date: 01/07/2018 Location: École centrale de Lyon, Écully - Amphi 1 Organisers: Claude Cambon, Fabien Godeferd PC Henri Benard Friday June, 1st 10:30 CHB Introductory session – C. Cambon & F.S. Godeferd 11:00 Special seminar on Henri Bénard1 Jun 2018
Date : 30-31/5/2018 Location : École Centrale de Lyon - Amphi 1, 36 avenue Guy de Collongue, Écully, France Organisers : Christos Vassilicos and Claude Cambon Workshop: SIG35 This workshop is partly a follow-up of previous29 May 2018
Technical University of Denmark has a post for PhD scholarship in Multi-scale Turbulence Modeling for CFD WakeSimulations. For more information see our Jobs page HERE Jobs 31/01/201818 Jan 2019