On Monday 1st December, we had our annual Christmas meeting at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. This event is always interesting and fun, bringing together the groups from all four institutions (the universities of Strathclyde, Edinburgh, and Warwick, as well as Daresbury Laboratory).
The afternoon was filled with impressive presentations from a selection of researchers. The wide range of work going on across the four institutions is exciting – spanning multiphase flows, complex fluids, electro-osmotic flows, and more. With the research continuing to grow, the future is looking bright for the partnership!
The presentations were followed by a Christmas dinner at The Restaurant in Princes Square (thanks to Dr Konstantinos Ritos and Dr Craig White for organising this). Continuing a group tradition, entertainment was provided in the form of a festive fluids poem from Dr Duncan Lockerby! The night then finished at a lively little Brazilian bar with some cocktails and dancing (for some). This was a very nice way to start the festive period!
Here are a few photos from the dinner…