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Burgers Symposium

The Burgers Symposium is a two-days meeting of the JM Burgers Centre (JMBC), and it is the annual meeting platform for all (junior and senior) scientists of the JMBC. The programme of the Symposium is aimed to be attractive for all attendees, both junior and senior, both working on curiosity-driven and applied research projects, both numerically and theoretically oriented.

Burgers Symposium 2017

Tuesday 30 May & Wednesday 31 May 2017 | Conference Centre ‘De Werelt’ in Lunteren
The programme is found by clicking here.

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Entry for the Gallery of Fluid Motion 2017

The programme includes :

  • Burgers Lecture by Prof Christophe Clanet (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, F)
  • Evening Lecture by Prof Vincent Icke (Sterrewacht Leiden, NL)
  • A special session “25 years JMBC!”
  • Parallel sessions with approx. 80 oral presentations by junior scientists (mostly PhD students and postdocs affiliated with the Burgers Centre)
  • Session of flash pitches by PhD students in their first / second year
  • The JMBC Art Gallery of Fluid Motion: exposition of stunning movies and pictures of fluid-dynamical phenomena
  • Award session of prizes:
    – Charles Hoogendoorn Fluid Dynamics Award (KIVI)
    – Young Scientist Awards for the two best presentations by junior scientists
    – Gallery Award for the most attractive entry of the Art Gallery of Fluid Motion
  • Ample possibilities to meet colleagues and friends, during the coffee / tea breaks, lunches, the joint dinner, and the ‘evening session’ on the first day.

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Burgers Symposium 2017 Flyer
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Burgers Symposium 2016

Thursday 16 June & Friday 17 June 2016 | Conference Centre ‘De Werelt’ in Lunteren
The programme included:

  • Burgers Lecture by Professor Jeroen van Beeck (Von Kármán Institute, Brussels)
  • Evening Lecture by Professor John Videler (emeritus Groningen & Leiden)
  • Parallel sessions with approx. 80 oral presentations by junior scientists (mostly PhD students and postdocs affiliated with the Burgers Centre)
  • Award sessions of prizes:
    – Charles Hoogendoorn Fluid Dynamics Award (KIVI)
    – Leen van Wijngaarden Prize
    – Young Scientist Awards for the two best presentations of junior scientists
  • Ample possibilities to meet colleagues and friends, during the coffee / tea breaks, lunches, the joint dinner, and the ‘evening session’ on the first day.

Downloads

Burgers Symposium 2016 Flyer
Burgers Symposium 2016 Programme

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