Hydrodynamic Solitons and Breathers – From Theory to Applications
With: Prof. Amin CHABCHOUB Amin received a MSc in Applied Mathematics / Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bremen (Germany), a PhD from Hamburg University of Technology (Germany) and is currently Associate Professor at Kyoto University’s Hakubi Center for Advanced Research & Disaster Prevention Research Institute. He previously had an Associate Professor appointment in Environmental Fluid Mechanics at the School of Civil Engineering of the University of Sydney (Australia) and was Assistant Professor of Hydrodynamics at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Aalto University (Finland). Prior to these faculty roles, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher at Imperial College London (UK), Swinburne University of Technology (Australia), and The University of Tokyo (Japan). His areas of expertise and research interests include extreme waves, solitons, nonlinear dynamics, and physical oceanography.
Place and room: CM 1 113
Category: Conferences – Seminars