During the academic year, SAFL hosts weekly seminars on various topics related to environmental, geophysical and biological fluid mechanics and engineering featuring presenters from academia, government agencies and industry. These seminars are free and open to the public. Join us to learn about the latest research advancements and network with contacts in the field.
Launching in the spring 2014 semester, SAFL seminars will be held on Tuesdays, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. in the SAFL Auditorium.
Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of MinnesotaSEMINAR: Advanced Multivariable Control for Industrial Wind Turbines; Wed. Oct. 26, 3:30 pm, SAFL Auditorium
Dept. of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, University of MinnesotaSEMINAR: An individual-based model for predicting fish responses to delta formation; Wed. Oct. 19, 3:30 p.m. in the SAFL Auditorium
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering,
Director, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory
Tackling Fluid Mechanics Challenges in Energy, Environment and Health via Numerical Simulation: From Cardiovascular Hemodynamics FRIDAY 10-14-2011, Joint Seminar - SAFL & Warren Lecture Series of UMN Civil Engineering - AT CIVIL ENG. Bldg Campus, Rm 210.
Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMarine Microfluidics: Chemotaxis and Gyrotaxis in the Ocean; Wed. Oct. 5, 2011, SAFL Auditorium
Research Associate, Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of MinnesotaSEMINAR: Fundamental problems in wind and hydrokinetic energy, Wed. Sept. 28, 2011 at 3:30 p.m.
Visiting researcher from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Boston
Presently working with Ellen Longmire, Dept. of AEM, U of M.SEMINAR: The Perilous Life of Planktonic Copepods: Overcoming Hydrodynamic Constraints; Wed. Sept. 21, 3:30 p.m. in the SAFL Auditorium:
Richard Christopher, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory Safety Officer, will present the Safety Seminar.
Preceeding that will be introductions by and of all SAFL Faculty, Staff, and students.Orientation and Safety Seminar w/ Introductions to everyone at SAFL
In the Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory Auditorium on Monday - bring your lunch!
Raleigh L Martin
Jorge Lorenzo-Trueba, PhD Student at St. Anthony Falls Laboratory,
University of MinnesotaModeling fluvio-deltaic sedimentation and the importance of microbial processes