View of the SAFL building from the river

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.

Schedule

Launching in the spring 2015 semester, SAFL seminars will be held on Tuesdays, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the SAFL Auditorium. 

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To watch a videostream (if available) go to: http://umconnect.umn.edu/saflseminar

 

 

Upcoming Seminars:

Past Seminars:

Apr. 08

Distinguished Lecture Series on Earth-Water-Life: Francois Metivier, Professor and Coordinator of the French Chinese International Laboratory on Sediment Transport and Landscape Dynamics

Alluvial Fan Dynamics: Insight from Sandpiles, the Tianshan Piedmont and the Kosi River Megafan

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Apr. 01

Barr Engineering Lecture: Miguel Wong, Senior Water Resources Engineer, Barr Engineering

The Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Project

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Mar. 25

Distinguished Lecture Series on Earth-Water-Life: Laurel Larsen, Assistant Professor in Physical Geography, University of California-Berkeley 

Biogeochemistry as a Geomorphic Agent in Aquatic Landscapes

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Mar. 11

Distinguished Lecture Series on Earth-Water-LifeChris Keylock, Associate Editor, Water Resources Research, Prize Senior Lecturer, Sheffield Fluid Mechanics Group, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, University of Sheffield

The Velocity-intermittency Structure of Ideal and Natural Turbulent Flows

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Mar. 04

Vipin Kumar, William Norris Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

Understanding Global Change: Opportunities and Challenges for Data Driven Research

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Feb. 25

Diana Karwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Resources, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, University of Minnesota

The chemistry of suspended sediment: Insights into sediment source and carbon sequestration in White Clay Creek, Pennsylvania

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Feb. 18

Lauren Linderman, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

Wireless Control of Civil Systems

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Feb. 11

Peter Seiler, Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics and St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

A Holistic View of Wind Farm Operation and Control

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Feb. 04

Jay Austin, Associate Professor of Physics, Large Lakes Observatory, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Near-Inertial oscillations in Lake Superior

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Jan. 28

Filippo Coletti, Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

Magnetic Resonance Imaging as a tool to investigate fluid flows

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