Important societal issues require to solve problems of increasing complexity in mechanical and process engineering. A key vector of progress relies on multi-scale and multi-physics approaches.
The aim of this summer school is to make an overview of the different approaches, numerical and experimental techniques allowing to tackle this complexity.
All the courses will be illustrated through various up-to-date examples. Two entire days will be dedicated to practical excercises on « high tech demonstrators » based on the most recent techniques and methods developed by partner laboratories of Tec21 (see details about our demonstrators here).
The last day will be dedicated to the particular question of instabilities in fluid and solid mechanics.
For PhD students, a certificate of attendance will be delivered on demand for any administrative purpose.
All lectures and courses will be given in english
A welcome dinner is organised on Wednesday 12 in the evening to get the participants to know each other before the beginning of the summer school.
An icebreaker cocktail is organised on Thrusday 13 for the participants and the teachers to share a friendly moment after the first day of the school
Three poster sessions will be held during the first three days of the school to give the participants the opportunity to pitch about their work
On Saturday afternoon, the participants will be taken to a nice city tour, with an unforgettable lift to the highest point of Grenoble
On Sunday, an excursion will be organised to take the participants to the great outdoors of the Alps around Grenoble
On Thursday evening all the participants and the teachers will meet for dinner in an easy-going atmosphere
The registration is mandatory and registration fees are to be paid online.
Please click here to find out more about the prices and register online
Christian GEINDREAU (3SR Lab - Fed3G)
Thomas PODGORSKI (Lab. LIPhy)
Guillaume CHAMBON (IRSTEA)
Henda DJERIDI (Lab. LEGI)
Mathieu TILQUIN (Tec21)
Cécile BORDIER* (Tec21)
*to whom any correspondance should be addressed