Summer School

Fluid Dynamics of Sustainability
and the Environment

University of Cambridge, 4 - 15 September, 2023



We are glad to announce that the FDSE summer school will be held in person from 4-15 September, 2023 at the University of Cambidge in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. If you have any questions, please contact fdse@damtp.cam.ac.uk.


The Fluid Dynamics of Sustainability and the Environment (FDSE) summer school is intended for Ph.D. students and postdocs with a background in earth sciences, engineering or mathematics. The fluid-dynamical aspects of energy transition and climate change are covered in breadth and in depth. The principal aims of the school are to give students an advanced understanding of geophysical and environmental fluid dynamics and to foster networking among current and future researchers in these critical fields of science and technology.

Classroom lectures, experimental and numerical project work in small groups, and a full social programme are offered. The summer school is co-organised every year by faculty and researchers from the University of Cambridge (UK) and from Ecole Polytechnique (Paris, France), and its location has alternated between these two institutions since 2012.



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