- Daniel Fuster (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)
Dr. Fuster is a CNRS researcher working at the D’Alembert Institute at Sorbonne Universite (Paris, France) since 2010. His research career focuses on the development of models and numerical techniques for the simulation of multiphase flows combining the development of codes and models for the simulation of single cavitating bubbles, bubble clusters, and liquid sprays. Among the development of methods Dr. Fuster has been especialized in conservative methods for both compressible and incompressible multiphase flows as well as error estimation techniques. He is a contributor of various open-source projects including Gerris Flow Solver, Basilisk and PARIS Simulator. Applied studies on cavitation, atomization among other problems have led to several publications in top international journals in the field.
– CV: http://www.danielfuster.com
- Outi Tammisola (KTH – Estocolmo)
Outi Tammisola obtained her Ph.D. at KTH Stockholm (Sweden) in 2011, studying the instability of one-phase and two-phase jets, wakes and liquid sheets. She then worked as a post-doctoral researcher at University of Cambridge, UK, (2011-2014). On the period 2014-2017 she was Assistant Professor at University of Nottigham, UK. Since 2017, Dr. Tammisola is back at KTH Stockholm, where she acts now as Associate Professor and Director of graduate school INTERFACE/ Linné FLOW Centre. Her recent research projects and grants focus on numerical simulations of two-phase non-Newtonian fluids, in particular yield-stress fluids.
– CV: https://www.mech.kth.se/mech/info_staff.xhtml?ID=219
- Röel Belt (Total)
PhD at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, on the liquid film and droplets in annular flow
Post-doc at Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse (IMFT), France, on the modeling of a turbulent cloud of droplets with coalescence
2 years at the research institute Sintef in Norway, with work on gas-liquid pipe flow (in particular slug flow) and liquid-liquid pipe flow
7 years at TOTAL in R&D on multiphase flow. Mainly on multiphase flow in pipes, but now also trying to make the link between physical chemistry and multiphase flow
- Shigeo Hosokawa (Kobe University, Japan): Velocimetry for two-phase flow.
– CV: http://mech.mech.kobe-u.ac.jp/engineer/English/MECH_DEPT/PHY_DIV/hShigeo.html
- Juliana B.R. Loureiro (COPPE – UFRJ): Applications of optical techniques for the characterization of multiphase flows
– CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/8722351132929013
- Marcio da S. Carvalho (PUC-Rio)
– CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/8877272658065995
- Rigoberto E. Morales (DAMED – UTFPR): Modelling of multiphase flow.
– CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/5156573817670917
- Jose Roberto Simões Moreira: Thermodynamic for liquid-vapor equilibria
– CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2457667975987644