Symposium A-3: G.I. Taylor Medal Symposium in honor of Mory Gharib

(Awards Symposia)

Symposium Organizer:

Daniel Araya, University of Houston
dbaraya@central.uh.edu

Symposium Technical Description:

This symposium is to honor the recipient of the G.I. Taylor Medal, Professor Morteza Gharib, currently the director of the Graduate Aerospace Laboratories of the California Institute of Technology (GALCIT). The unifying theme of the symposium is to highlight innovative fluid mechanics research in areas where Prof. Gharib has made significant contributions. Topics will cover, but are not limited to, quantitative imaging, cardiovascular flow, surface wettability, Micro/Nano fluidics, and bioinspired design. Speakers will be by invitation only.

Technical Program

Monday | M1 10:00am-11:40am

A3-1:   G.I. Taylor Medal Symposium in honor of Mory Gharib
Room 2110 Session Chair:     Daniel Araya Track A:    Awards Symposia
10:00 am On Three-Dimensional Quantification of Vortex Rings and its Significance in Cardiac Flows

Ahmad Falahatpisheh, Arash Kheradvar

10:20 am Secondary Flows in Models of Curved Arteries

Michael W. Plesniak, Kartik V. Bulusu

10:40 am Blood Flow and Hematological Disorders

George Em Karniadakis

11:00 am The Power of Vortex

Kamran Mohseni

11:20 am Coupled Liquid-Solid Two-phase Flow Measurements with High Solid Phase Volume Fraction

Paul S. Krueger, Zhongfeng An, Usama El Shamy

 Tuesday | T1 10:00am-11:40am

A3-2:   G.I. Taylor Medal Symposium in honor of Mory Gharib
Room 2110 Session Chair:     Daniel Araya Track A:    Awards Symposia
10:00 am Quantitative visualization of turbulent free-surface flows

Thomas C. Fu

10:20 am The development of a 3D particle tracking velocimetry technique for microflow and LES Studies

Nicholas Dona,   Joshua Hunt, James Riley, Dana Dabiri

10:40 am Coherent dynamics in the wake of utility-scale wind turbines: New insights gained by integrating field-scale PIV with LES

Fotis Sotiropoulos

11:00 am Optical measurements in naval hydrodynamics applications

Paisan Atsavapranee