GEFD Summer School  
I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting online applications for the 2006 Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics Summer School at http://www.gefd.damtp.cam.ac.uk. 
The deadline for applications is 30 April 2006. Details of the school can be found below and on the website. Best regards, Emily Shuckburgh Director, GEFD Summer School ================================================================== 16th GEOPHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID DYNAMICS SUMMER SCHOOL Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, UK Sunday 10th to Saturday 23th September 2006 (Deadline for applications 30th April 2006) Further Details and On-line Application: http://www.gefd.damtp.cam.ac.uk ================================================================== This intensive Summer School aims to introduce participants to fluid dynamics as applied to geophysical and environmental flows. It is intended primarily
for students pursuing research towards a PhD and is also suitable for those in industry and government interested in improving their background in the fluid
mechanical aspects of environmental problems. Students are accepted from a variety of scientific backgrounds, though knowledge equivalent to a first Degree
involving mathematics, physics or mechanics is an advantage. Core Lecturers: 'Large-scale Atmosphere-Ocean Dyanmics' by Peter Haynes 'Geological Fluid Mechanics' by Herbert Huppert 'Ocean Circulation' by David Marshall 'Fluid-Dynamical Fundamentals' by Michael McIntyre 'Buoyancy-Driven Flows' by Grae Worster 'Weather and Climate' by Emily Shuckburgh 2006 Invited Lectures: * Dr Myles Allen, University of Oxford, on 'Predicting Climate Change' * Dr Isaac Held, GFDL, on 'Latent Heat and Atmospheric General Circulation' * Prof Susan Kieffer, University of Illinois, on 'Planetary Volcanism' * Prof Ric Williams, University of Liverpool, on 'Ocean Circulation and Biological Productivity' The Summer School will be held in Cambridge at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Centre for Mathematical Sciences. In addition
to attending lectures, participants will carry out programmes of laboratory experiments and computer demonstrations. Details of the tuition and full-board accommodation fees, as well as the grants available can be found on the web-site. Closing Date for Applications: 30th APRIL, 2006 Enquiries to: Lindsay Denton, GEFD Conference Secretary: gefd@damtp.cam.ac.uk. Further Information: http://www.gefd.damtp.cam.ac.uk To join our Mailing List: email listserv@jiscmail.ac.uk with SUBSCRIBE GEFD First-name Last-name in the body of the message. -- Lindsay Denton GEFD Summer School Secretary DAMTP Pavillion G Centre for Mathematical Sciences Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 0WA Ph:00 44 1223 760533 website: www.gefd.damtp.cam.ac.uk
Posted: 21/04/2006 By: Ms Lindsay Denton