International Workshop on Physical Modelling of Flow and Dispersion Phenomena29 - 31 August 2022, Prague, Czech Republic
The objective of PHYSMOD is to bring together the community active in physical and numerical modelling of flow and dispersion processes occurring in the lowest part of the atmosphere using wind tunnels, water channels, or CFD models. We will discuss the state-of-the-art in the field, define the direction of future research, and encourage broader collaboration between researchers. We will be happy to welcome students who present their work and incorporate them into our community.
We invite and welcome contributions from all areas of atmospheric flow modelling and dispersion processes to share valuable experiences. Sessions include but do not limit to the following topics:
- Atmospheric boundary layer
- Flow and dispersion in urban areas
- Transient properties of dispersion processes
- Validation of numerical and analytical models
- A synergy of physical modeling and field measurements
- Quality assurance and improvement of experimental techniques
- OOP - Obnoxious Operational Problems
|Call for abstracts:||April 2022|
|Deadline for abstract submission:||
|Decision on abstract acceptance:||June 5, 2022|
|Deadline for payment:|
|Deadline for upload of extended abstracts:||
|Conference dates:||August 29 to 31, 2022|
The registration fee must be paid via bank transfer before June 23, 2022.
|Regular on-site participation||300 EUR|
|Student on-site participation (including Ph.D. students)||200 EUR|
|Accompanying person||100 EUR|
|Online participation||0 EUR|
All fees include VAT.
Regular and student fees include three lunches, coffee-break refreshments, the bus trip to the laboratory in Nový Knín (50 km), and two dinners.
Accompanying persons are welcome to join the bus trip to the laboratory in Nový Knín (50 km) and two dinners.
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Instructions for Authors
Short abstracts (maximum 200 words) should be uploaded via the registration system till May 15, 2022. Please use this template:
Extended abstracts (2-10 pages) should be uploaded via the registration system till June 23, 2022. Please use the same template as for short abstracts. Extended abstracts will be collected and distributed among the workshop participants as a .pdf file. Accepted formats: .doc, .docx, .pdf.
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