9-13 September 2012 University of  Rome “Tor Vergata”

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The 9th European Fluid Mechanics Conference will be held at the Main lecture hall
of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

The European Fluid Mechanics Conferences are run under the auspices of the EUROMECH organization and covers all aspects of theoretical, experimental and computational fluid mechanics

The European Fluid Mechanics Conferences are run under the auspices of the EUROMECH organization, and cover all aspects of computational, theoretical and experimental fluid mechanics. In addition to the regular, broad interest parallel sessions more specific mini-symposia are usually organized. The first conference was held in Cambridge in 1991 and since that first meeting it has been organized every three years initially and more recently every two years owing to the increasing popularity; the previous meetings have been held in Warsaw in 1994, Gottingen in 1997, Eindhoven in 2000, Toulouse in 2003, Stockholm in 2006, Manchester 2008 and Bad Reichenhall in 2010. The next Conference will be held in Rome in the period September 9-13 2012 at the Main Hall of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

The 9th Euromech Fluid Mechanics Conference will be held at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” from 9 to 13 September 2012. This conference is the nineth in the series started in Cambridge in 1991 and continued in Warsaw (1994), Göttingen (1997), Eindhoven (2000), Toulouse (2003), Stockholm (2006), Manchester (2008) and Munchen (2010). Dissertation tips, Support student safety, research chemicals. Looking to take online classes? Top 10 Online Colleges by Sasha Brown. Book hotels best rates book flights car rentals cruise holiday destinations vacations Disney trip

The conference aims at covering the whole field of Fluid Dynamics, comprising from most fundamental aspects to recent applications. It provides a world-wide forum for scientists to meet each other and exchange information of all areas of fluid mechanics.

The Conference will take place at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, in the Main Hall (Faculty of Economics) Via Columbia 2, 00133, Roma, Italy