A course open to MSc and PhD students, young researchers and practitioners

Lecturers: dr. Firas Dhaouadi; Luigi Fraccarollo; Lorenzo Giovannini; Sebastiano Piccolroaz; Marco Toffolon; Nadia Vendrame; Dino Zardi

Period: two weeks, 27-31 May and 3-7 June 2024
Venue: on site at DICAM, via Mesiano 77, 38123 Trento, Italy + online (Zoom)
Teaching language: English
Duration: 60 hours, including hands-on tutorials
Credits: 6 ECTS for MSc students
Participation fees: 216 € (standard registration to UniTrento courses)
Deadline for registration: 31 March 2024
Schedule: a detailed schedule will be published on the web page https://sites.google.com/unitn.it/turbulence-env-flows

Summary. Turbulence is one of the last mysteries, not yet fully understood, in nonlinear fluid mechanics (including multiphase flows). In this course, we provide an introduction to turbulence by coupling the analysis of the most used numerical models (e.g., k-epsilon model) and the interpretation of real-world measurements, with a special focus on processes occurring in the atmosphere and in stratified water bodies such as lakes. The course covers theoretical and numerical aspects of turbulence modelling and introduces the necessary statistical tools for the analysis of data from turbulence observations both in the field and in the laboratory. Theoretical aspects are supported by numerous hands-on tutorials.

https://www.unitn.it/dricam/965/turbulence-environmental-flows

For further questions, please contact:
Marco Toffolon, marco.toffolon@unitn.it