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2nd-year student talks

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Short talks by second-year PhD students.

Christian Esparza Lopez: Diffusion and chemotaxis of bacteria-driven micro-swimmers

Karol Bacik: Dune-dune repulsion

Irene Li: Minimal model of motile bacteria with logistic growth

Leo Middleton: Double diffusive convection beneath melting boundaries

Chris Sear: The origin of instabilities in solutions to the Kuramoto-Sivashinsky equation

Kirill Kalinin: Networks of nonequilibrium condensates for simulation of spin Hamiltonians

Philip Leung: Magnetic flux transport in protoplanetary discs

Austen Bolitho: Dances with Volvox: A dynamical systems approach to squirming particles

Ben Young: Inference in free surface flows

Matthew Priddin: Using iteration to solve matrix Wiener-Hopf problems for acoustics

Maria Tatulea-Codrean: Pantene Pro-karyote: How bacteria keep their flagella tangle-free

Jeremy Parker: Finite amplitude Kelvin-Helmholtz billows at Ri>1/4

Jakub Dolezal: Large deviations and optimal control forces for hard particles in one dimension

This talk is part of the Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP) series.

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