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- Development of flow management strategies.
- Analysis of effects induced by distributed surface roughness and, in particular, role of roughness in the laminar-turbulent transition, in generation of pressure losses in micro-channels and in modifying structures in turbulent flow. Use of roughness for the development of flow management strategies.
- Convection driven by buoyancy and by surface tension effects. Use of heating for the development of flow management strategies.
- Topological bifurcations and moving boundary problems in flow systems. Development of strategies for management of interface rupture processes.
- Flow phenomena driven by electric and magnetic fields. Use of these phenomena for the development of flow management strategies.
- Development of novel energy storage concepts.
- Development of the immersed boundary conditions method.
- Development of spectral methods.
- Development of accurate methods suitable for the moving boundary problems.
- Hydrodynamic stability theory for spatially modulated flows.