AmeriMech Symposium

Interfaces and Mixing - Non-Equilibrium Transport Across the Scales

18-19 November 2017
Denver, CO, USA
Invited by the US National Academies of Sciences and US National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics


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'Interfaces and Mixing - Non-Equilibrium Transport Across the Scales'.

The Symposium was invited by the
US National Academies of Sciences and
US National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.



Synopsis
Interfacial transport and mixing are non-equilibrium processes coupling kinetic to meso- and macroscopic dynamics. They occur in fluids and materials over celestial events to molecules. Addressing the societal challenges posed by alternative energy sources, efficient use of non-renewable resources, purification of water and development of reliable diagnostics and therapeutics in medicine, requires a better understanding of non-equilibrium interfacial transport and mixing. The Symposium builds upon recent achievements in understanding interfacial transport and mixing using theoretical analysis, large-scale numerical simulations, laboratory experiments, and technology development. The symposium will be focused on mechanics and hydrodynamic aspects of the non-equilibrium dynamics. It will bring together scientists from different areas of fluid dynamics, mechanics, applied mathematics, statistics, chemistry and material science. The symposium will explore the state-of-the-art in the non-equilibrium transport and chart new research directions in this area.

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