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Mathematics and Physics Unit "Multiscale Analysis, Modelling and Simulation"
Top Global University Project, Waseda University

International Workshop on Multiphase Flows:
Analysis, Modelling and Numerics

November 27–30, 2018
Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

Meeting Room, Bldg. 62, Nishi-waseda Campus


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Registration

Please register in advance because of the limited seating.
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About this Workshop


As technology evolves, it becomes more and more important to analyze, predict and control complex multiscale phenomena accurately. Multiphase flow is a good example of such complex phenomena. It is encountered in many important problems in industry. In this workshop, internationally recognized invited researchers in mathematical topics, such as partial differential equations, probability, geometry and numerical analysis, as well as in physics and engineering, will give state-of-the-art presentations on their research, related to analysis, modelling and numerical simulation of multiphase flows. The central objective of the workshop is to explore methods for analyzing, predicting and controling multiphase flows, through interdisciplinary discussions on mathematics, physics and engineering.

The workshop will be held as part of the activities of Top Global University Project at Waseda University, which strives to create a talented research workforce with international and cross-cultural backgrounds. To enhance international and multi-disciplinary education in doctoral programs, the workshop will also have intensive courses by world-class researchers and student research presentations.


Main-Course Lectures (50 minutes)


Yuri BAZILEVS

Brown University

① Introduction to Variational Multiscale and Isogeometric Methods for Incompressible Flows

② Compressible Flow and IGA-Meshfree Coupling for Air-Blast FSI

Raphaël DANCHIN

University Paris-Est Créteil

Fourier analysis, Littlewood-Paley decomposition and compressible Navier-Stokes equations

Yasunori MAEKAWA

Kyoto University

Stability of physically reasonable solutions in two dimensions and related topics

Kenji TAKIZAWA

Waseda University

① Introduction to Space-Time Computational Flow Analysis and Mesh Update Methods

② Space-Time Computational Flow Analysis with Isogeometric Disretization and Special Space-Time Methods

Tayfun E. TEZDUYAR

Rice University / Waseda University

① Introduction to Stabilized Methods for Computational Flow Analysis

② Space-Time Computational Flow Analysis: From Inception to New Generations

Harald van BRUMMELEN

Eindhoven University of Technology

① Introduction to Phase Field Models for Binary-Fluid Flows

② Modeling and Simulation of Elasto-Capillary Fluid-Solid Interaction


Invited Lectures (50 minutes)


Thomas EITER

Technical University of Darmstadt

Motion of a liquid drop under time-periodic forcing

Giovanni P. GALDI

University of Pittsburgh

Hopf Bifurcation in Navier-Stokes Flow past a Rotating Obstacle

Matthias HIEBER

Technical University of Darmstadt / Waseda University

Dynamics of the Ericksen-Leslie Model for Nematic Liquid Crystal Flows

Toshiaki HISHIDA

Nagoya University

Attainability of steady flows as limits of unsteady Navier-Stokes flows around a rigid body rotating from rest

Keiichi ITATANI

Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine

Blood Flow Visualization in Cardiovascular System for Surgical Planning

Mads KYED

Technical University of Darmstadt

R-boundedness and time-periodic maximal regularity

Yuto OTOGURO

Waseda University

Stabilization Parameters for Space-Time Flow Computations with Isogeometric Discretizations in Complex Geometry

Grigory SEREGIN

University of Oxford

Global weak L3,∞-solutions to Cauchy problem for Navier-Stokes equations

Zhifei ZHANG

Peking University

Resolvent estimates and transition threshold for 2-D Couette flow in a finite channel

Short Presentations (20 minutes)


Taro KANAI

Waseda University

Spacecraft Parachute Compressible-Flow Computation with Geometric-Porosity Modeling and Isogeometric Discretization

Takashi KURAISHI

Waseda University

ST-SI-TC-IGA Computational Analysis of Flow Around a Tire with Actual Geometry, Road Contact and Tire Deformation


Organizers


Giovanni P. GALDI

(University of Pittsburgh)

Matthias HIEBER

(TU Darmstadt / Waseda University)

Yoshihiro SHIBATA

(Waseda University)

Kenji TAKIZAWA

(Waseda University)

Tayfun E. TEZDUYAR

(Rice University / Waseda University)


Venue

Meeting Room, Building 62 (1st floor)
Nishi-waseda Campus, Waseda University



Supported by

  Waseda TGU project   TOP GLOBAL UNIVERSITY JAPAN


Contact:
Mathematics and Physics Unit, "Multiscale Analysis, Modelling and Simulation"
Top Global University Project, Waseda University
TEL: +81-(0)3-5286-3351
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