The “Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse“ (IMFT) is a joint research laboratory between CNRS, the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (INPT) and the Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse 3). IMFT gathers about 200 people, including 65 academics, 35 engineers, technicians and administrative staff, 80 PhD students and 20 post-docs. It represents one of the major concentrations in France and even in Europe in terms of research and advanced training in fluid dynamics, both by its size and by the wide spectrum of scientific topics and applicative fields it addresses. Located in the heart of Toulouse on an island in the middle of the Garonne river, the laboratory develops a broad range of research activities covering fundamental aspects related to the physics of flows, as well as numerous engineering applications.
Dispersed Two-Phase Flows 2015
Researchers from IMFT organize with Société Hydrotechnique de France a conference entitled ’Dispersed Two-Phase Flows 2015’. The conference will take place over three days (*September 22-24 2015*) and will be held at ENSEEIHT (Toulouse).
The objective of the conference is to bring together academic researchers and researchers from industrial research institutes working on fundamental problems involving dispersed flows. The language of the conference will be (...)