About Fluid•DTU

About Fluid•DTU
Center for Fluid Dynamics at DTU, Fluid•DTU is a collaboration between several departments at DTU with the aim of stimulating and enhancing the research and collaboration within fluid dynamics. 

The board members are: 
Jens Nørkær Sørensen (Wind Energy) 
Morten Brøns (Compute) 
Jens Honoré Walther (Mechanical Engineering) 
Knud Erik Meyer (Mechanical Engineering) 
Ole Hasssager (Chemical Engineering) 
Henrik Bruus (Physics) 
Jens Juul Rasmussen (Physics) 
Anders Andersen (Physics) 
Tomas Bohr (Physics, director) 

Fluid•DTU was created in 2006 as a collaboration between several departments at the Technical University of Denmark working with different aspects of fluid dynamics.

The creation of the center was made possible by the grant Fundamental Problems in Fluid Dynamics from the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grund­forsk­nings­fond). The grant included support for a Niels Bohr Visiting Professorship for the late Professor Hassan Aref as well as a visiting scientist program and summer schools. The main research themes for Fluid•DTU during the five years were: 

Fall 2006: Instability, bifurcation and chaos in fluid dynamics 
Fall 2007: Interfaces, bubbles and drops 
Fall 2008: Vorticity dynamics 
Fall 2009: Fluid dynamics at very small length scales 
Fall 2010: Complex fluids and solutions

Fluid•DTU has arranged summer schools with the title “Complex Motion in Fluids” every second year. The last was in 2019.

2004 Krogerup, 2007 Krogerup, 2009 Krogerup, 2011 Krogerup, 2013 Krogerup, 2015 Krogerup, 2016 Twente, 2018 Cambridge, 2019 Kysthusene