Everyday life encounters flows and their consequences in more ways than we can imagine. In this set of lectures we will build the basic tools to describe flows, how they turn unstable and eventually turn turbulent. These ideas will be connected with everyday experiences -- such as the patterns in a river flowing past a pillar, the formation of a cloud or why we need to sir to mix sugar in a cup of tea. If time permits, we will also discuss how living organisms can also conspire to flow.
June - 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29
July - 4 and 6
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
A few tutorials may be announced as and when needed.
This course will be conducted in hybrid mode (including lectures and tutorials). Students can choose either classroom or online participation. More details will be shared separately with the selected candidates.
Participants will not be provided any financial support and local hospitality for attending the course.
Selected participants have been informed via email.
For any queries contact us at : summer . course @ icts . res . in