Aims and Scope
The biennial Polish National Fluid Dynamics Conference traditionally covers important developments in fluid dynamics in Poland and abroad. The aim of the Conference is to bring together scientists from different countries and bridge different approaches ranging from novel experimental techniques to computational methods. The Conference has a wide scope. Topics range from aerodynamics, ship hydromechanics to micro- and bioflows, computational fluid dynamics and turbulence. The Conference Programme provides innovative concepts in Invited Presentations as well as achievements of young scientists in Contributed Papers. The KKMP 2010 Conference, organized by the Mechanics Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences, has been held for the second time at the University of Technology in Poznan, Poland.
The official language of the Polish National Fluid Dynamics Conference is English.
- Aeroacoustics / Thermoacoustics
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Experimental Fluid Mechanics
- Flow Machinery
- Micro- and bio- flows
- Flow control
- Fluid - Structure Interaction
- Heat and Mass Transfer
- Multi-phase Flows
Poznan is located in the western part of Poland. Poznan airport provides regular connections to 15 European cities, including all major transfer airports.
Our city is one of the Polish cities richest in historical monuments, both in terms of their value and number. The most valuable ones are concentrated in three areas: The Island of Ostrow Tumski (Cathedral Island), The Old Town and The Center. In addition, Poznan belongs to the selected group of cities that boast examples of all architectural periods - from the Romanesque, through Gothic, Reinassance, Baroque to the eclectic and the modernist.