Buenas a todos, 

Aquí os dejo el anuncio de la nueva escuela de verano sobre dinámica de fluidos que solemos celebrar en rotación entre Copenhagen, Enschede y Cambridge, originada por Tomas Bohr y Henrik Bruus en Copenhagen. 
Este año en Cambridge organizada por Eric Lauga. 
Un saludo y hasta pronto!


Alvaro Marin             | Associate Professor 
University of Twente| Physics of Fluids
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Date: 17 Jan 2023, 11:46 +0100
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Subject: [soft-matter] 2023 Complex Motion in Fluids Summer School - Applications open

Dear members of the soft matter community,

Applications are now open for the 2023 edition of the Complex Motion in Fluids Summer School, which will take place at the University of Cambridge on 17-20 July 2023:

The school is organised by the University of Cambridge (UK) in collaboration with the University of Twente (NL), École Polytechnique (F) and the Technical University of Denmark (DK); this will be the 11th summer school in the “Complex Motion in Fluids” series. Speakers at the 2023 edition include: Camille Duprat, LadHyX; Jens Eggers, University of Bristol; Christophe Eloy, IRPHE/Centrale Marseille; Raymond Goldstein, University of Cambridge; Yongyun Hwang, Imperial College London; Anke Lindner, ESPCI/Université Paris Cité; Shreyas Mandre, University of Warwick; James Sprittles, University of Warwick; Helen Wilson, University College London.

Places are limited to 50 participants in the first instance, with priority given to early-career researchers such as PhD students and junior postdocs. The application deadline is 31 March 2023. The standard registration fee is £725, and it includes lectures, all meals, tea and coffee breaks, and accommodation for five nights.

We hope that many of you will be interested in applying, and we are looking forward to seeing you in July. 

Eric Lauga

Professor of Applied Mathematics
University of Cambridge, DAMTP
Fellow and Tutor - Trinity College
Lead Editor - Physical Review Fluids