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  • 2015/08/01

    Visualizing the endwall flow of a turbine stator cascade

    Oil and dye flow visualization of the endwall flow of a turbine stator cascade. Image: Dipl.-Ing. Daniela Klaubert

    CSI Calendar Image August 2015

    Oil and dye flow visualization of the endwall flow of a turbine stator cascade. The experiments were conducted in the turbine cascade of the institute Gas Turbines and Aerospace Propulsion (GLR).

  • 2015/07/20

    Save the date: “10 years of autonomy”

    The August Euler Airfield in Darmstadt-Griesheim. Image: Katrin Binner

    Celebration at August Euler Airfield on September 23

    On 1st January 2005, the Technische Universität Darmstadt was granted far-reaching autonomy by state law. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the university's autonomy, the presidium of the TU Darmstadt is to host a big ceremony at August Euler Airfield in Griesheim to which all members of the university are invited.

  • 2015/07/13

    Summer School on Near-Wall Reactive Flows

    June 6-10, 2016

    The International Combustion Institute offers a “Summer School on Near-Wall Reactive Flows”. It is to be held June 6-10, 2015 in cooperation with the CRC Transregio 150 and ERCOFTAC.

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  • 2015/07/13

    Wissen ist cool

    Sommerferienprogramm für Kinder auf dem August-Euler-Flugplatz – 1. und 2. August 2015

    Das Sommerferienprogramm für Kinder „Wissen ist cool“ findet dieses Jahr auf dem August – Euler Flugplatz in Griesheim unter dem Motto „Luft und Raumfahrt“ statt. Mit dem Programm möchte die Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt Kinder und Jugendliche für Naturwissenschaft und Technik begeistern. Auf dem Programm stehen auch Führungen durch den Windkanal des Instituts Strömungslehre und Aerodynamik.

    Mehr Informationen und Programm

  • 2015/07/10

    Hessian Research at ISC High Performance 2015 in Frankfurt

    Lichtenberg High Performance Computer of TU Darmstadt. Image: Katrin Binner

    July 13-15, 2015

    Computational scientists need to know how to develop performant software and suitably deploy it on HPC platforms. The Hessian Competence Center on HPC (HPC-Hessen) provides support to develop those skills. Researchers from Hessian universities provide insight into HPC applications running on the Hessian HPC infrastructure. Members of HPC-Hessen highlight the strategies developed to further HPC software competence and provide examples of its impact.

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  • 2015/07/01

    Institute for Nano- and Microfluidics to participate in LOEWE Cluster CompuGene

    Microfluidic methods for studying genetic circuits

    On June 30, 2015, the government of the federal state of Hessen approved approx. 4.4 million Euros funding for the LOEWE Cluster CompuGene. The institute for Nano- and Microfluidics will contribute by exploring microfluidic methods for studying genetic circuits in a scenario as close as possible to in vivo conditions.

  • 2015/07/01

    Ausgezeichneter Jung-Elektroniker

    Lukas Spallek an seinem Ausbildungsplatz. Bild: Katrin Binner

    Lukas Spallek erhält TU-Ausbildungspreis

    Der von der TU Darmstadt jährlich vergebene "Preis für besondere Leistungen während der Ausbildung geht in diesem Jahr an Lukas Spallek. Er ist Auszubildender zum Elektroniker für Geräte und Systeme im Fachgebiet Strömungslehre und Aerodynamik.

  • 2015/07/01

    Growing droplet under the influence of a surfactant

    Droplet growing at a capillary under the influence of a surface active agent (surfactant). Direct Numerical Simulation using a moving mesh method. Image: Dr.-Ing. Kathrin Dieter-Kissling, Dr.-Ing. Holger Marschall

    CSI Calendar Image July 2015

    This month's calendar image shows a droplet growing at a capillary under the influence of a surface active agent (surfactant). The image was processed from a Direct Numerical Simulation using a moving mesh method.

  • 2015/06/30

    “Soft Matter at Interfaces”

    Series of lectures, July 9-28, 2015

    Starting July 9, 2015, the institute for condensed matter physics organizes a series of lectures on “soft matter at interfaces”.

  • 2015/06/01

    Particle deforming the fluid-fluid interface around it

    The illustration shows a sphere moving to the left of the picture while the lower fluid’s viscosity is large compared to that of the upper fluid. The interfacial shape can be parameterized by a height function. Image: Dr. Aaron Dörr

    CSI Calendar Image June 2015

    A rigid particle driven along an interface between two fluids of different viscosities assumes a tilted orientation and deforms the fluid-fluid interface around it.