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News 2015 (37 entries)

12/15: PFM provides one presentation at the 11th International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries in Melbourne, Australia.

11/15: PFM attends the 13th Multi-Phase Flow Conference and Short Course in Dresden, Germany.

11/15: PFM delivers three presentations at the AIChE Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, USA.

10/15: PFM attends the Euro PM2015 in Reims, France.

10/15: PFM published a paper in Powder Technology. Congrats to Richard Berger!

10/15: PFM participates in the T-MAPPP (European PhD training network) board meeting at CIMNE/Barcelona.

10/15: PFM delivers two invited lectures und two normal lectures at the Particles 2015 in Barcelona, Spain.

09/15: PFM provides one presentation at the 16th International Conference on Engineering Applications of Neural Networks in Rhodes, Greece.

09/19: PFM congratulates Simon Schneiderbauer who has been awarded the venia docendi (habilitation).

09/15: PFM participates in the training school "Particles in Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flows" in Udine, Italy.

09/15: PFM welcomes Manu Chakkingal, a new PhD Student working on "Modelling Heterogeneous Reactions".

09/15: PFM gives an invited talk at the Università della Svizzera italiana Lugano, Switzerland.

08/15: PFM welcomes Mathias Vangö, a new PhD Student working on "Modelling Blast Furnace Tapping".

07/15: PFM congratulates Mahdi Saeedipour to 2015 Paul Eisenklam Travel Award, that leads Mahdi to the 13th International Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems (ICLASS 2015) in Taiwan.

07/15: PFM delivers one presentation at the ICMMES 2015 in Beijing, China.

07/15: PFM provides one presentation at the Joint Conference of 5th UK-China and 13th UK Particle Technology Forum in Leeds, GB.

07/15: PFM participates in OpenFOAM Meeting in Graz.

06/15: PFM delivers four presentations at the joint CDL Workshop on Scale Issues in Multi-Dimensional Flows at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna.

06/15: PFM provides two presentations at the 10th Pacific Symposium on Flow Visualization and Image Processing in Naples, Italy.

06/15: PFM delivers one presentation at the 2nd Frontiers in Computational Physics Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.

05/15: PFM participates in the training school "Regular and irregular non-spherical particles in laminar and turbulent flow" in Halle, Germany.

05/15: PFM attends ERCOFTAC in Vienna.

05/15: PFM delivers one presentation at the ICS 2015 - International Congress on Science and Technology of Steelmaking - hold in Beijing, China.

05/15: PFM gives an invited talk at the VTT (Technical Research Center of Finland), Helsinki.

05/15: PFM published a paper in Powder Technology. Congrats to Afsaneh Soleimani!

04/15: PFM is delighted to inform that Simon Schneiderbauer´s article "What do the Navier Stokes equations mean?" has been selected by the editors of European Journal of Physics for inclusion in the exclusive "Highlights of 2014" collection. This paper has been chosen for its outstanding quality and valuable contribution to the physics-teaching community. Congrats to Simon Schneiderbauer!

04/15: PFM is invited for a talk at the ANSYS User Conference in Graz.

04/15: PFM published a paper in Procedia Engineering. Congrats to Daniel Schiochet Nasato!

04/15: PFM will be partner in EU-project Optiblafins (Research Fund for Coal and Steel), starting in July. Congrats to Gijsbert Wierink for his efforts!

04/15: PFM welcomes Reza Farzad, a new PhD Student working on "Modelling Emulsions in Stirred Tanks".

04/15: PFM delivers two presentations at the "Minisymposium für Verfahrenstechnik" in Vienna.

04/15: PFM attends the Git Merge 2015 in Paris, France.

03/15: PFM is invited for a talk at the K1MET Scientific Exchange Day in Linz.

03/15: PFM takes part in the OpenFOAM workshop in Bologna, Italy.

02/15: PFM participates in the Short Course of Atomization and Sprays at the TU Darmstadt, Germany.

01/15: PFM published a paper in the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. Congrats to Simon Schneiderbauer!

01/15: PFM welcomes Florian Meier as new colleague in the laboratory. Florian will support our constantly growing experimental activities.