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Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Staff Full professors 32 Associate professors 23 Senior researchers Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Staff Full professors 32 Associate professors 23 Senior researchers 101 (with the Ph. D. degree) Assistents 11 Ph. D. Students 82 Total staff 320

DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Head Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Kowalewski The Department has DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Head Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Kowalewski The Department has 2 Sections: · Mathematical Methods of Fluid Mechanics · Viscous and Thermal Flows Staff: 23 persons professors: 1 associate professors: 6 senior researchers: 11 graduates and Ph. D students: 5 http: //fluid. ippt. gov. pl

DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Projects ·Nanofibres by electrospinning ·Numerical fluid dynamics, chaotic DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Projects ·Nanofibres by electrospinning ·Numerical fluid dynamics, chaotic phenomena. ·Simulation of atmospheric flow ·Turbulent mixing in gas combustor model ·Hydrodynamic interactions of particles immersed in fluid. ·Natural convection with phase transition, solidification, crystals growth. ·Vapor bubble growth, droplet oscillations, instability of the liquid jets. ·Image processing, Particle Image Velocimetry & Thermometry. ·High speed video imaging, non-intrusive measurements of the surface tension. ·Experimental and theoretical studies of laser sustained plasma ·Theory of dispersed media (suspensions, effective transport coefficients). ·Dynamics of peptide and DNA chains. ·Asymptotic methods in partial differential equations. ·Kinetic theory of gases and some problems of dynamical systems. ·Mathematical description of superfluidity.

DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS International Projects FLOXCOM – Low NOx Flameless Gas-Turbine DEPARTMENT MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF FLUIDS International Projects FLOXCOM – Low NOx Flameless Gas-Turbine Combustor PIVNET 2 – Particle Image Velocimetry for Industry CONEX – Nanoparticles for New Materials Several bilateral projects with France (CNRS), Israel (Technion), Australia (UNSW), UK( UCL), Spain (UA), USA (ASU, Yale)

COOPERATION AND NETWORKING FOR SCIENCE Austrian Ministry of Science and Education International Project Production COOPERATION AND NETWORKING FOR SCIENCE Austrian Ministry of Science and Education International Project Production and stability of emulsions containing nanoparticles and their use for new materials • Graz University of Technology, Austria • University of Sophia, Bulgaria • IPPT PAN, Poland

MEETING AGENDA 9: 00 – 10: 30 – 11: 00 – 11: 15 – MEETING AGENDA 9: 00 – 10: 30 – 11: 00 – 11: 15 – 12: 00 – 12: 45 13: 00 – 14: 30 S. Tcholakova, N. Vankova, N. D. Denkov, I. B. Ivanov, V. Valchev (Uni Sofia) Drop breakup in turbulent flow: experiments and data interpretation Agnieszka Slowicka, Zbigniew Walenta (IPPT PAN) Conditions for creating thin liquid layers at the contact surface of two other liquids Slawomir Blonski, Tomasz Kowalewski (IPPT PAN) Experimental investigations and numerical modelling of the flow through the emulsifier Coffee break H. Steiner, R. Teppner, G. Brenn (TU Graz) Numerical simulation of the flow through a narrow-gap emulsifier and prediction of drop sizes in the resultant emulsions G. Brenn, H. Steiner (TU Graz) Stability of liquid jets immersed in another liquid Lunch (Nowy Swiat Cafe & Restaurant)

MEETING AGENDA 14: 45 – 15: 15 Maria Ekiel-Jezewska (IPPT PAN) Hydrodynamic interactions between MEETING AGENDA 14: 45 – 15: 15 Maria Ekiel-Jezewska (IPPT PAN) Hydrodynamic interactions between particles on a flat free-surface. 15: 15 – 16: 00 K. D. Danov, P. A. Kralchevsky, B. N. Naydenov, G. Brenn (Uni Sofia & TU Graz) Interactions between Particles with an Undulated Contact Line at a Fluid Interface: Capillary Multipoles of Arbitrary Order Coffee break 16: 00 – 16: 15 – 16: 45 – 17: 45 P. A. Kralchevsky, K. D. Danov, V. L. Kolev, T. D. Gurkov, M. I. Temelska, G. Brenn (Uni Sofia & TU Graz) Detachment of Oil Drops from Solid Surfaces in Surfactant Solutions: Molecular Mechanisms at a Moving Contact Line General discussion concerning CONEX second year planning