Babak’s paper on convective melting is out, check it here: [PRF journal]
- Internship for Master students, duration 4 to 5 months, to be filled in 2018, location University of Lille (F), topic : Modelling nutrients uptake of non-motile phytoplankton in turbulence, more details here: [internship project]
- Postdoctoral position, duration 2 years, to be filled spring 2018, working location Berlin (D), topic: Modelling particle settling and entrainement in turbulent magma oceans, project description and application rules: [postdoc project]
I co-organize a summer school with my colleagues Francois G. Schmitt and Stefano Berti. More infos @ http://active-turbulence.univ-lille.fr
I have visited Daniela Mansutti and Andrea Scagliarini at Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo “Mauro Picone”
Cover image: “Visualisation of copepods in turbulent flow from an individual behaviour model of jump-escape-reaction from turbulence. The background colour map pictures the instantaneous value of the fluid deformation (higher values in light colours) in a fully-resolved numerically simulated turbulent flow. White contour lines mark boundaries between so called comfort (low strain) and alert (high strain) regions. Copepods are represented as ellipsoidal bodies. Arrows indicate the direction of their instantaneous velocity, due either to fluid transport or to their intermittent jump swimming motion”. Ardeshiri et al. J. Plankton Res., 39, 878–890 (2017).