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IGSC — 8th International Geoscience Student Conference
16 Jun 2019 - 20 Jun 2019 • Uppsala, Sweden
The International Geosciences Student Conference (IGSC) is a student-led and student-organized event. IGSC is an excellent opportunity to build leadership skills, network with peers and sponsors, and make a difference in the community. As students, we know how important in our early career stage is to be able to successfully present our work confidently. We believe in 'practice makes master' and that there is no better way of improving but by actually applying theory in real life. During the 5 days of the conference, participants will get a chance to listen and/or to present their own research in a form of oral or poster presentation. Additionally, IGSC attendees will participate in workshops led by industry leaders where they can gain practical skills and hands-on experience in trending geoscience topics. Conference agenda will also include keynote talks both from Academia and industry who by providing interesting insights from their work will interact with the students.
IGSC Organizing Committee; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raw materials, Energy, Water, Sustainability, Geohazards
Particle growth in turbulence
18 May 2020 - 12 Jun 2020 • Stockholm, Sweden
Nordita - Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics
The question of how particles and droplets can grow in a turbulent environment is of great current interest in many fields, in astrophysics, cloud microphysics, in biology, and in the engineering sciences. For example, coagulation and condensation in turbulent clouds turn microscopic cloud droplets into rain drops. In astrophysics, planetesimals are thought to form by aggregation of microscopic dust grains in the turbulent environment surrounding a forming star. In both cases, turbulence is believed to be a crucial factor for particle growth. Yet the microscopic mechanisms determining this growth are far from understood. In the past few years there has been substantial progress in understanding the mechanisms that determine how particles move in turbulence, albeit mostly for simplified model systems. The challenge is now to understand how these mechanisms lead to rapid particle growth.
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Last updated: 20 May 2019