Professor Grae Worster, Professor of Fluid Dynamics at Cambridge University (DAMTP) and Vice-Master of Trinity: why airplanes fly, how ice melts, on his work on fluids, melting, ice – and on Trinity
On Friday 24 September 2021 at 7:15pm (Tokyo time), 11:15am (London/Cambridge time) Professor Grae Worster, Professor of Fluid Dynamics at Cambridge University (DAMTP) and Vice-Master of Trinity, has very kindly agreed to join us for a zoom discussion. We will cover Professor Worster’s research work, his views on Trinity as Vice-Master and other topics.
All Trinity Fellows, members, students, alumni very welcome!
- 7pm (Tokyo time) / 11am (UK time) – event starts
- 7:15pm – 8:15pm video discussion with Professor Grae Worster.
- 8:15pm – follow-on discussions
Prior registration (via form below) required until Thursday 23 September 2021. Anonymous registrations are not accepted, please introduce yourself briefly when you register.
We will upload the recording to the Trinity in Japan Youtube Channel – by participating you agree to the upload of the recording:
Professor Grae Worster
- Professor Grae Worster at the Dept of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/person/mgw1
- Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grae_Worster
- Publications: http://www.itg.cam.ac.uk/people/grae/publications.html
Registration and enquiries:
All Trinity members, Fellows and students globally are very welcome to pre-register, and I will send a registration link if there are still places available.
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