The ITN-CoPerMix Project seeks PhD students to study Mixing
Covering a broad range of topics, we have excellent opportunities to work within a Europe-wide network of researchers, with a tailored plan of activities and many interactions.
For information and applications concerning the various projects please email the associated supervisor(s).
Objectives: Characterize the role of interface dynamics and interfacial mass transport in mixing and stirring at the pore scale. Determine the impact of mixing on multicomponent fluid mixtures in porous media.Read More
Objectives: Link medium heterogeneity to flow deformation and mixing; derive regional scale dispersive mixing model.Read More
Objectives: Identify and characterize mineral precipitation patterns linked to groundwater evaporation in arid environments and their spatial and temporal evolution using reactive transport modelling techniques.Read More
Objectives: Understand the impact of turbulent mixing of clear air with humid air on the broadening of the cloud droplet size distribution and thus on the initialization of rain formationRead More
Objectives: Analyze theoretically how chemical reactions can actively influence mixing by modifying, creating or suppress- ing a hydrodynamic instability at the interface between two fluidsRead More
Objectives: Understand and model the spatial patterns, growth dynamics and competition of bacteria in heterogeneous scalar fields composed of electron donors and acceptors originating from different sourcesRead More
Objectives: Define the chemotactic strategy in fragmented/intermittent concentration fields and its impact on bacterial resi- dence time distribution in porous mediaRead More