Presentation at NASA, Brown University and at the APS 67th DFD Meeting in San Francisco

I took part in the Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics (APS-DFD) Meeting held in San Francisco, CA from November 23-25, 2014. The conference was hosted by Stanford University, UC Berkeley and Santa Clara University. The scientific program included award lectures, invited talks and mini symposia, many parallel sessions with contributed papers, and poster presentation. I gave a talk 'Improved Proper Orthogonal Decomposition for Noise Reduction in Particle Flow Simulations' on the last day of the conference.

On 26th of November, I went to NASA Ames Research Centre to give a presentation titled 'An Evaluation of Popular Noise Reduction Techniques for Multi-scale Problems Involving Particle Flow Simulations'.

At NASA.

Fig: At NASA.

Afterwards, I flew to Boston to meet Prof. George Karniadakis and his group at Brown University. On 28th of November I gave there a talk on 'Comparison of Algorithms for Solving Statistical Inverse Problems in the Framework of Particle Fluid Simulations'.