Stuart Dalziel

Contents

Publications. 1

Archival journal publications. 1

Other publications attracting more than 10 citations. 5

Refereed conference proceedings (excluding those already listed) 5

Unrefereed conference proceedings. 6

Reports and other publications (excluding those already listed) 9

Editorial 10

Reviews. 10

Published software. 10

Talks and conference contributions since 2006. 11

Invited talks (international) 11

Invited talks (national) 11

Conference contributions (presenting author) 11

Conference contributions (presented by student or postdoc) 12

Other conference presentations (presented by co-workers; partial list) 14

Research students (entire career) 15

Previous PhD students. 15

Current PhD students. 15

Other PhD students where significant input 16

Masters and project students. 16

Current academic appointments of previous students and postdocs. 17

Co-workers (excluding PhD students) 17

Previous postdocs. 17

Visitors (since 2001) 18

Other collaborators (since 2001) 18

Scientific impact through other mechanisms. 19

Patents. 19

Consultancy based on on-going research. 19

Broadcasting. 19

Public open days and tours. 19

External exhibitions. 20

Funding. 20

CASE studentships. 20

Research grants. 20

Infrastructure grants. 21

Teaching. 21

Current teaching. 21

Previous teaching. 21

Examining of lectured courses. 21

Examining of PhDs. 22

Summer Schools. 22

Administrative duties. 22

Departmental 22

University. 23

Conference organisation. 23

External 23


Publications

Superscript S and P indicates a student or postdoc working with SBD on the paper.

Papers marked by Ø are particular milestones. These are not necessarily the papers that have received the greatest number of citations.

 

Publications on Google Scholar (or use search phrase author:"sb dalziel")

Number of citations (from Google Scholar as of 1 October 2011) indicated in brackets {#=m+n} at start of record. Where included, the = indicates that this total includes some citations where a typographic or other error in the citation meant that Google Scholar assumed an additional publication.

[ISI]Number of citations from ISI Web of Science.

An asterisk * indicates the 25 papers attracting 22 or more citations (Google Scholar), thus contributing to an h-index of 22.

Archival journal publications

1.      Ø*[59] {71=67+4} Dalziel, S.B. 1991 Two-layer hydraulics: a functional approach; J. Fluid Mech. 223, 135-163.

2.      *[15] {23} Dalziel, S.B. & Lane-Serff, G.F. 1991 The hydraulics of doorway exchange flows; Building and Environment 26 No. 2, 121-135.

3.      Ø*[80] {95} Dalziel, S.B. 1992 Decay of rotating turbulence: some particle tracking experiments; Appl. Scien. Res. 49, 217-244.

4.      Ø*[21] {26} Dalziel, S.B. 1992 Maximal exchange in channels with nonrectangular cross sections; J. Phys. Ocean. 22, 118-1206.

5.      Ø*[78] {103=101+2} Dalziel, S.B. 1993 Rayleigh-Taylor instability: experiments with image analysis; Dyn. Atmos. Oceans, 20 127-153.

6.      *[17] {25=23+2} Boubnov, B.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 1994 Source-sink turbulence in a stratified fluid; J. Fluid Mech. 261, 273-303.

7.      Ø*[28] {36} Linden, P.F., Boubnov, B.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 1995 Source-sink turbulence in a rotating, stratified fluid; J. Fluid Mech 298, 81-112.

8.      Ø*[46] {72=70+2} HackerS, J., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1996 Mixing in lock-release gravity currents; Dyn. Atmos. Oceans 24, 183-195.

9.      [9] {15} HolfordS, J.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 1996 Measurements of layer depth in a two-layer flow; Appl. Scien. Res. 56, 191-207.

10.  [9] {17} RooijS, F. de, Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1999 Experimental investigations of quasi-two-dimensional vortices in a stratified fluid with source-sink forcing; J. Fluid Mech. 383, 249-283.

11.  *[13] {22} RooijS, F. de, Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1999 Saline and particle-driven interfacial intrusions; J. Fluid Mech. 389, 303-334.

12.  Ø*[68] {97} SutherlandP, B.R., Dalziel, S.B., HughesS, G.O. & Linden, P.F. 1999 Visualisation and Measurement of internal waves by “synthetic schlieren”. Part 1: Vertically oscillating cylinder; J. Fluid Mech. 390, 93-126.

13.  Ø*[95] {110} Dalziel, S.B., Linden, P.F. & Youngs, D.L. 1999 Self-similarity and internal structure of turbulence induced by Rayleigh-Taylor instability; J. Fluid Mech. 399, 1-48.

14.  {2} Eames, I. & Dalziel, S.B. 1999 Sphere impacting a wall; Gallery of Fluid Motion. Physics of Fluids 11 No. 9, S11.

15.  [8] {9} RooijS, F. de, Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 1999 Electrical measurement of sediment layer thickness under suspension flows; Exp. in Fluids 26, 470-474.

16.  *[15] {22} SutherlandP, B.R., HughesS, G.O., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2000 Internal waves revisited; Dyn. Atmos. Oceans. 31, 209-232.

17.  Ø*[71] {130=124+6} Dalziel, S.B., HughesS, G.O. & SutherlandP, B.R. 2000 Whole field density measurements by ‘synthetic schlieren’; Experiments in Fluids 28, 322-335.

18.  Ø*[28] {33=29+4} Eames, I. & Dalziel, S.B. 2000 Resuspension of dust by the flow around an impacting sphere; J. Fluid Mech. 403, 305-328.

19.  [4] {3} Eames, I., Hogg, A.J., Gething, S. & Dalziel, S.B. 2001 Resuspension by saline and particle-driven gravity currents; J. Geophys. Res. 106 C 7, 14,095-112.

20.  [6] {3} LeppinenP, D.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2001 A light attenuation technique for void fraction measurement of microbubbles; Experiments in Fluids 30, 214-220.

21.  [5] {9} LeppinenP, D.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2001 Modelling the global efficiency of dissolved air flotation; Water Sci. Technology 43 (8), 159-166.

22.  Ø*[20] {24=21+3} RossS, A.N., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 2002 A study of three-dimensional gravity currents on a uniform slope; J. Fluid Mech. 453, 239-261.

23.  *[31] {31} CatonP, F., Britter, R.E., Dalziel, S.B. 2003 Dispersion mechanisms in a street canyon. Atmos. Envoiron. 37, 693-702.

24.  {4} Thomas, L.P., Marino, B.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2003 Measurement of density distribution in a fluid layer by light induced fluorescence in non-rectangular cross section channels. Int. J. Heat & Tech. 21, 143-148.

25.  {-} Eames, I. & Dalziel, S.B. 2003 Sphere impacting a wall. Gallery of Fluid Motion. Ed. M. Samimy, K.S. Breuer, L.G. Leal & P.H. Steen. Cambridge University Press. 61.

26.  [7] {8} Eames, I., Gobby, D. & Dalziel, S.B. 2003 Fluid displacement by Stokes flow past a spherical droplet. J. Fluid Mech. 485, 67-85.

27.  [3] {5} HolfordP, J.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Youngs, D.L. 2003 Rayleigh-Taylor instability at a tilted interface in laboratory experiments and numerical simulations. Lasers & Particle Beams 21, 491-423.

28.  *[10] {23} Thomas, L.P., Dalziel, S.B. & Marino, B.M. 2003 The structure of the head of an internal gravity current determined by Particle Tracking Velocimetry. Expt Fluids. 34, 708-716.

29.  [5] {6} HigginsonS, R.C., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2003 The drag on a vertically moving grid of bars in a linearly stratified fluid. Expt. Fluids. 34, 678-686.

30.  [5] {10} ScaseS, M.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2004 Internal wave fields and drag generated by a translating body in a stratified fluid. J. Fluid Mech. 498, 289-313.

31.  [6] {7} MunroP, R.J., Dalziel S.B. & JehanS, H. 2004 A pattern matching technique for measuring sediment displacement levels. Expt. Fluids. 37, 399-408.

32.  Ø*[78] {105=102+3} ShinS, J.O., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2004 Gravity currents produced by lock exchange. J. Fluid Mech. 521, 1-34.

33.  Ø[7] {5} LeppinenP, D.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2004 Bubble size distribution in dissolved air flotation tanks. J. Water Supply Res. Tech. Aqua 53, 531-543.

34.  [3] {4} PattersonP, M.D., Simpson, J.E., Dalziel, S.B. & Nikiforakis, N. 2005 Numerical modelling of two-dimensional and axisymmetric gravity currents. Int. J. Num Meth. Fluids 47, 1221-1227.

35.  [5] {9} Jacobs, J. & Dalziel, S.B. 2005 Rayleigh-Taylor instability in complex stratifications. J.Fluid Mech. 542, 251-279.

36.  [2] {6} MunroP, R.J. & Dalziel S.B. 2005 Attenuation technique for measuring sediment displacement levels. Expt. Fluids 39, 602-613.

37.  [3] {4} SveenP, J.K. & Dalziel, S.B. 2005 A dynamic masking technique for combined measurements of PIV and Synthetic Schlieren applied to internal gravity waves. Meas. Sci. Technol. 16, 1954-1960.

38.  Ø*[23] {30} Davidson, P.A., StaplehurstS, P.J. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 On the evolution of eddies in a rapidly rotating system. J. Fluid Mech. 557, 135-144.

39.  Ø[15] {20} ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P., Dalziel, S.B. & Hunt, J.C.R. 2006 Time-dependent plumes and jets with decreasing source strengths. J. Fluid Mech. 563, 443-461.

40.  [12] {13} ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Boussinesq plumes and jets with decreasing source strengths in stratified environments. J. Fluid Mech. 563, 463-472.

41.  [4] {7} ScaseP, M.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Internal wave fields generated by a translating body in a stratified fluid: an experimental comparison. J. Fluid Mech. 564, 305-331.

42.  [3] {1} RossS, A.N., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2006 Gravity currents on a cone. J. Fluid Mech. 565, 227-253.

43.  [5] {5} ScaseS, M.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 An experimental study of the bulk properties of vortex rings translating through a stratified fluid. Eur. J. Mech. B/Fluids 25, 302-320.

44.  Ø*[11] {23} PattersonP, M.D., Simpson, J.E., Dalziel, S.B. & Heijst, G.J.F. van 2006 Vortical motion in the head of an axisymmetric gravity current. Phys. Fluids. 18, art. 046601.

45.  [3] {6} PattersonP, M.D., Caulfield, C.P., McElwaine, J.N. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Time-dependent mixing in stratified Kelvin-Helmholtz billows: Experimental observations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L15608, do10.1029/2006GL026949.

46.  [2] {2} RabeS, B., Smeed, D.A., Dalziel, S.B. & Lane-Serff, G.F. 2007 Experimental studies of rotating exchange flow. Deep Sea Res. I  54, 269-291.

47.  [7] {11} Dalziel, S.B., CarrP, M., SveenP, K.J. & Davies, P.A. 2007 Simultaneous Synthetic Schlieren and PIV measurements for internal solitary waves. Meas. Sci. Tech. 18, 533-547.

48.  [5] {7} ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 2007 Local implications for self-similar turbulent plume models. J. Fluid Mech. 575, 257-265.

49.  Ø*[19] {25} StaplehurstS, P.J., Davidson, P.A. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 Structure formation in homogeneous freely-decaying, rotating turbulence. J. Fluid Mech. 598, 81-105.

50.  Ø[12] {19=16+3} HazewinkelS, J., BreevoortS, P. van, Dalziel, S.B. & Maas 2008 L.R.M. Observations on the wave number spectrum and evolution of an internal wave attractor in a two-dimensional domain. J. Fluid Mech. 598, 81-105.

51.  [6] {5} ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 Temporal variation of non-ideal plumes with sudden reductions in buoyancy flux. J. Fluid Mech. 600, 181-199.

52.  Ø[13] {15} Dalziel, S.B., PattersonP, M.D., Caulfield, C.P. & Coomaraswamy, I.A. 2008 Mixing efficiency in high aspect-ratio Rayleigh-Taylor experiments. Phys. Fluids 20, 065106. DO10.1063/1.2936311

53.  {9} AspdenS, A.J., Nikiforakis, N., Dalziel, S.B. & Bell, J.B. 2008 Analysis of implicit LES methods. Comm. Appl. Math. Comp. Sci. 3, 103-126.

54.  Ø[2] {3} MunroP, R.J., BethkeS, N. & Dalziel, S.B. 2009 Sediment resuspension and erosion by vortex rings. Phys. Fluids. 21, 046601.

55.  [0] {3} IhleS, C.F., Dalziel, S.B. & Niño, Y. 2009 Simultaneous PIV and synthetic schlieren measurements of an erupting thermal plume. Meas. Sci. Tech. 20, 125402.

56.  {-} Zhang, Y., LeppinenP, D.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2009 A new nozzle for dissolved air flotation. Water Sci. & Tech.: Water Supply 9.6, 611-617. do10.2166/ws.2009.229

57.  [0] {1} HazewinkelS, J., TsimitriS, C., Maas, L.R.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2010 Observations on the robustness of internal wave attractors to perturbations. Phys. Fluids 22, 107102, do10.1063/1.3489008.

58.  [1] {1} Andrews, M.J. & Dalziel, S.B. 2010 Small Atwood number Rayleigh-Taylor experiments. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. A 368, 1663-1679. doi:10.1098/ista.2010.007

59.  Ø[] {1} HazewinkelS, J., Maas, L.R.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Tomographic reconstruction of internal wave patterns in a paraboloid. Exp. Fluids 50, 247-258. DO 10.1007/s00348-010-0909-x

60.  [] {4} HazewinkelS, J., GrisouardS, N. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Comparison of laboratory and numerically observed scalar fields of an internal wave attractor. Eur. J. Mech/B. 30, 51-56. DO10.1016/j.euromechflu.2010.06.007

61.  [] {-} Dalziel, S.B. 2011 The twists and turns of rotating turbulence. J. Fluid Mech. 666, 1-4. DO 10.1017/S0022112010005409

62.  [1] {1} LawrieS/P, A.G.W. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Turbulent diffusion in tall tubes. I. Models for Rayleigh-Taylor instability. Phys. Fluids 23, 085109. doi:10.1063/1.3614477.

63.  [1] {1} LawrieS/P, A.G.W. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Turbulent diffusion in tall tubes. II Confinement by stratification. Phys. Fluids 23, 085110. doi:10.1063/1.3622770

64.  ØLawrieS/P, A.G.W. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Rayleigh-Taylor mixing in an otherwise stable stratification. J. Fluid Mech. 688, 507-527. doi:10.1017/jfm.2011.398.

      LawrieS, A.G.W. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Cover picture. J. Fluid Mech. 688. doi:10.1017/jfm.2011.486.

65.  ØDalziel, S.B., PattersonP, M.D., Caulfield, C.P. & Le BrunS, S. 2011 The structure of low Froude number lee waves over an isolated obstacle. J. Fluid Mech. 689, 3-31. doi:10.1017/jfm.2011.384.

66.  BethkeS, N. & Dalziel, S.B. 2012 Resuspension onset and crater erosion by a vortex ring interacting with a particle layer. Phys. Fluids 24, 063301. doi: 10.1063/1.4716000.

      Eames, I. & Dalziel, S.B. 2012 Cover picture. J. Fluid Mech. 709. doi: 10.1017/jfm.2012.451.

67.  MaffioliS, A., Davidson, P.A., Dalziel, S.B. & Swaminathan, N. 2014 The evolution of a stratified turbulent cloud. J. Fluid Mech. 739, 229-253. doi:10.1017/jfm.2013.612.

68.  Sutherland, B.R. & Dalziel, S. 2014 Bedload transport by a vertical jet impinging upon sediments. Phys Fluids 26, 035103.

69.  Davies WykesS, M.S. & Dalziel, S.B. 2014. Efficient mixing in stratified flows: Experimental study of a Rayleigh-Taylor unstable interface with an otherwise stable stratification. J. Fluid Mech. 756, 1027-1057. doi:10.1017/jfm.2014.308.

70.  LundS, H.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2014. Bursting water balloons. J. Fluid Mech. 756, 771-815. doi:10.1017/jfm.2014.453.

Book chapters

71.  Dalziel, S.B. 2012 Chapter 31: Laboratory Modeling. In Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Volume Two: Systems, Pollution, Modeling and Measurements. Ed. H.J.S. Fernando. CRC Press. 443-456. doi: 10.1201/b13691-36.

Other publications attracting more than 10 citations

72.  *{22} Dalziel, S.B. 1988 Two-layer hydraulics: maximal exchange flows; PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 201 pp.

73.  Ø*[13] {34=30+4} Dalziel, S.B. 1990 Rotating two-layer sill flows; in The physical oceanography of sea straits, 309-326, Ed. Pratt, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

74.  {14} Dalziel, S.B. 1993 Decay of rotating turbulence: some particle tracking experiments; in Flow visualization and image analysis; Ed. Nieuwstadt, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 27-54.

75.  Ø*{35} CenedeseS, C. & Dalziel, S.B. 1998 Concentration and depth fields determined by the light transmitted through a dyed solution; Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Flow Visualization, ed. G.M. Carlomagno & I. Grant. ISBN 0 9533991 0 9, paper 061.

76.  {19} Dalziel, S.B., HughesS, G.O. & SutherlandP, B.R. 1998 Synthetic schlieren; Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Flow Visualization, ed. G.M. Carlomagno & I. Grant. ISBN 0 9533991 0 9, paper 062.

77.  *{24=21+3} RooijS, F. de & Dalziel, S.B. 2001 Time-resolved measurements of the deposition under turbulent currents; Spec. Publs. in. Ass. Sediment 31, 207-215.

78.  {33} Dalziel, S.B. (1992-2000) DigImage: System Overview. Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants, Cambridge, UK.

79.  {38} Dalziel, S.B. (2003-2009) DigiFlow User Guide. Dalziel Research Partners, Cambridge, UK. Google Scholar: digiflow "user guide" OR "dalziel research" or "/digiflow"

Refereed conference proceedings (excluding those already listed)

80.  {7} Carruthers, D.J., Hunt, J.C.R., Britter, R.E., Perkins, R.J., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1991 Fast models on small computers of turbulent flows in the environment for non-expert users; in Computer modelling in the environmental sciences, 199-214, Ed. Farmer & Rycroft, Oxford University Press.

81.  Dalziel, S.B., Linden, P.F. & Boubnov, B.M. 1995 Experiments on turbulence in stratified rotating flows; in Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Ed. Redondo & Metais; CIMNE, Barcelona; 195-208.

82.  Linden, P.F., Dalziel, S.B., DraytonP, M.J. & Boubnov, B.M. 1995 Experiments on turbulence and dispersion in a rotating stratified fluid; in Proceedings of the Twelfth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Colloquium, University of Sydney, 279-282.

83.  Dalziel, S.B., Linden, P.F. & Boubnov, B.M. 1996 Experiments on turbulence in stratified rotating flows; in Waves and Nonlinear Processes in Hydrodynamics, Ed. Grue, Gjevik and Weber, Kluwer Academic Publishers; 317-330.

84.  Dalziel, S.B. & Eames, I. 1998 Resuspension by impacting bodies; Proc. Thirteenth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, December 1998, 183-186.

85.  SutherlandP, B.R., Dalziel, S.B., HughesS, G.O. & Linden, P.F. 1998 Laboratory observations of internal waves; Proc. Thirteenth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, December 1998, 855-858.

86.  {1} LeppinenS, D.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 1999 The erosion of a salt step by a localized heat source; in Mixing and dispersion in stably stratified flows; ed. P.A. Davies, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 181-196.

87.  Linden, P.F., HackerP, J.N., Boubnov, B.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2000 Laboratory modelling of geophysical turbulence; to appear in Proceedings of the Third ERCOFTAC Conference on Mixing in Geophysical & Astrophysical flows, Sheffield, Ed. J. Rees.

88.  {1} Dalziel, S.B. & SeatonS, M.D 2003 Resuspension by droplets. In Sedimentation and Sediment Transport, 101-104, Ed. A. Gyre & K. Kinzelbach, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

89.  {2} MunroP, R.J. & Dalziel, S.B. 2003 Particle resuspension by an impacting vortex ring. In Sedimentation and Sediment Transport, 105-108, Ed. A. Gyre & K. Kinzelbach, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

90.  StaplehurstS, P.J., Davidson, P.A. & Dalziel, S.B. 2007 Structure formation in homogeneous rotating turbulence. In Advances in turbulence XI, Proceedings in Physics 117, 612-614, doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-73604-3_194

91.  {2} HazewinkelS, J., BreevoortS, P. van, Maas, L.R.M., Doelman, A. & Dalziel, S.B. 2007 Equilibrium spectrum for internal wave attractor in a trapezoidal basin. In Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics.

92.  ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2007 The response of a plume to a sudden reduction in buoyancy flux. In Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics.

93.  IhleS, C.F., Dalziel, S.B. & Niño, Y. 2007 Effect of surface temperature inhomogeneities on turbulent plume dynamics. In Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics.

94.   {5} Thomas, L.P., Marino, B.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2009 Synthetic schlieren: determination of the density gradient generated by internal waves propagating in a stratified fluid. J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 166, 012009, doi:10.1088/1742-6596/166/012007.

95.  Elimelech, Y., Kolomenskiy D., Dalziel, S.B. & Moffatt, H.K. 2013 Evolution of the leading-edge vortex over an accelerating rotating wing. Procedia IUTAM 7, 233-242.: doi: 10.1016/j.piutam.2013.03.027.

96.  Landel, J.R. & Dalziel, S.B. 2014 Cleaning of viscous drops on a flat inclined surface using gravity-driven film flows. In Proceedings of Fouling & Cleaning in Food Processing 2014. Green Cleaning. 324-331.

97.   

Unrefereed conference proceedings

98.  {3} Dalziel, S.B. 1994 Perturbations and coherent flow in Rayleigh-Taylor instability; in Proceedings of 4th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. Linden, Youngs & Dalziel; 32-41

99.  Dalziel, S.B. 1994 Rayleigh-Taylor instability: perturbations, boundaries and growth; in Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Stratified Flows Vol. 2, ITG, Grenoble.

100.   HackerS, J., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1994 Mixing in lock-release gravity currents; in Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Stratified Flow Vol. 3, ITG, Grenoble.

101.   Dalziel, S.B., Linden, P.F. & Youngs, D.L. 1996 Rayleigh-Taylor instability: resolving the differences between experiments and simulations; in The Proceedings of 5th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. Young, Glimm & Boston; World Scientific, Singapore; 321-330.

102.   {3} Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 1997 Application of a general purpose CFD package to Rayleigh-Taylor instability; in Proceedings of 6th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. G. Jourdan & L. Houas; 139-144.

103.   {2} Dalziel, S.B., Linden, P.F. & Youngs, D.L. 1997 Self-similarity and internal structure of turbulence induced by Rayleigh-Taylor instability; in Proceedings of 6th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. G. Jourdan & L. Houas; 145-151.

104.   Daish, N.C., Dalziel, S.B., Jackson, M.T., Linden, P.F., Cleaver, R.P., Halford, A.R., Perroux, J.M., Wiersman, S. & Hirst, I.L. 1998 LSMS: a new model for spills of LNG and other hazardous liquids; to appear in Proc. IGRC98.

105.   Eames, I. & Dalziel, S.B. 1998 Hydrodynamic resuspension by an impacting sphere; Proceedings of the third international conference on multiphase flows, paper 323; published on CD-Rom.

106.   HackerP, J.N., Linden, P.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 1998b The evolution of forced quasi-two-dimensional vortices in a stratified fluid: symmetries, pattern formation and symmetry breaking; submitted to the UNESCO volume of selected papers of the Knostantin Fedorov Memorial Symposium on Fronts and Related Phenomena, St. Petersburg, May 1998.

107.   {2} Linden, P.F., Daish, N.C., Dalziel, S.B., Cleaver, P., Halford, A., Perroux, J., Hurst, I. & Wiersman, S. 1998 LMS: a new liquid spill model for LNG facility hazard assessment; to appear in Proceedings of the 1998 International Gas Research Conference, San Diego, November 1998.

108.   Linden, P.F., Rottman, J.W., Daish, N.C. and Dalziel, S.B. 1999 LSMS: A model for the spreading and vaporization of spills of cryogenic and volatile liquids. in the Proceedings of the International Conference and Workshop on Modeling the Consequences of Accidental Releases of Hazardous Materials. September 28 - October 1, 1999, San Francisco, CA, USA. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 773-787.

109.   HackerP, J. N, Linden, P. F. & Dalziel, S. B. 1999 Coherent vortices produced by localised turbulent forcing of a stratified fluid. UESCO Volume of Selected Papers of the Konstantin Federov Memorial Symposium on Oceanic Fronts and Related Phenomena, St. Petersburg, May 1998.

110.   Dalziel, S.B. & Jacobs, J. 2000 Rayleigh-Taylor instability in complex stratifications; in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, University of British Columbia, Ed. G.A. Lawrence, R. Pieters & N. Yonemitsu; Vol 1, 489-494.

111.   {4} Dalziel, S.B. 2000 Synthetic schieren measurements of internal waves generated by oscillating a square cylinder; in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, University of British Columbia, Ed. G.A. Lawrence, R. Pieters & N. Yonemitsu; Vol 2, 743-748.

112.   HolfordP, J.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2000 Mixing efficiency in unstably stratified flows; in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, University of British Columbia, Ed. G.A. Lawrence, R. Pieters & N. Yonemitsu; Vol 2, 1203-1208.

113.   LeppinenP, D.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2000 Modelling the global efficiency of dissolved air flotation; in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Flotation in Water and Waste Water Treatment, Helsinki.

114.   {2} LeppinenP, D.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Linden, P.F. 2000 The hydraulics of a dissolved air flotation tank; in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Flotation in Water and Waste Water Treatment, Helsinki.

115.   {1} Thomas, L.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2000 Effects of the boundary condition on the two-dimensional structure of the head of an inertial gravity current; in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, University of British Columbia, Ed. G.A. Lawrence, R. Pieters & N. Yonemitsu; Vol 2, 1149-1154.

116.   Dalziel, S.B. 2001 Toy models for Rayleigh-Taylor instability. In Proc. 8th Int. Workshop on the Phys. of Compressible Turbulent Mixing. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory publication UCRL-MI-146350. Paper T10.

117.   HolfordP, J.M., Dalziel, S.B. & Youngs, D.L. 2001 Rayleigh-Taylor instability at a tilted interface in incompressible laboratory experiments and compressible numerical simulations. In Proc. 8th Int. Workshop on the Phys. of Compressible Turbulent Mixing. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory publication UCRL-MI-146350. Paper E14.

118.   Linden, P.F., Dalziel, S.B. & ShinS, J.O. 2003 Gravity currents and two-layer bores. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Shallow Flows, Ed. G.H. Jirka & W.S.J. Uijttewaal, Delft.

119.   RabeS, B., Smeed, D., Lane-Serff, G. & Dalziel, S. 2003 Rotating exchange flows through straits with multiple channels. In Proceedings of the International Conference: Towards a balanced methodology in European hydraulic research. Budapest, May 2003. http://www.vituki.hu/publikacio/ic/table_of_contents.htm

120.   PattersonP, M.D., Simpson, J.E., Dalziel, S.B. & van Heijst, G.J.F. 2004 The development of an axisymmetric gravity current. In Mechanics of 21st Century: Proceedings of the 21st International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Ed. W. Gutkowski & T.A. Kowalewski.

121.   {1} SveenP, J.K. & Dalziel, S.B. 2005 A dynamic, local masking technique for PIV and Synthetic Schlieren. Proc. of 6th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry. Pasadena, USA.

122.   {2} ScaseS, M.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 A theoretical and experimental investigation into internal waves generated by a translating body. Fluxes and Structures in Fluids Moscow 2005 - Selected Papers. Ed. Yu.D. Chashechkin & V.G. Baydulov. 289-295.

123.   CarrP, M., Fructus, D., Grue, J., Jensen, A., Davies, S.B. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Convectively induced shear instability in large internal solitary waves. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 728-733.

124.   {1} HartS, A.C. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Interacting thermals. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 86-91.

125.   {1} LawrieS, A.G.W. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Rayleigh-Taylor driven mixing in a multiply stratified environment. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 569-574.

126.   {1} NyeS, A. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Scattering of internal gravity waves from rough topography. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 631-636.

127.   PattersonP, M.D., Caulfield, C.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2006 Buoyant mixing of unstably stratified fluids in a vertical square tube. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 575-580.

128.   {2} ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P., Dalziel, S.B. & Hunt, J.C.R. 2006 Plumes and jets with time-dependent sources in stratified and unstratified environments. In Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth. Ed. G. Ivey. 112-117.

129.   {2} Dalziel, S.B. & Redondo, J.M. 2007 New visualization methods and self-similar analysis in experimental turbulence studies. In Models, experiments and computation in turbulence. Ed. R. Castilla, E. Oñate & J.M. Redondo. CIMNE, Barcelona.

130.   {1} StaplehurstS, P.J., Davidson, P.A. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 On the large scale evolution of rotating turbulence. In IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence. Vol. 4. Ed. Y. Kaneda. Springer. 391-396.

131.   Zhang, Y, LeppinenP, D.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 A new nozzle for dissolved air flotation. Proc. 5th International Conference on Flotation in Water and Wastewater, Seoul, Korea, September 2007.

132.   Thomas, L.P., Marino, B.M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 Internal waves generated by thermals in stratified environments. In WSEAS Computing and Computational Techniques in Sciences: Selected Papers, Rhodes, Greece, 125-130.

133.   Marino, B.M., Thomas, L.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2008 Visualization of harmonics of 2D internal waves generated by bodies of different shapes in a stratified fluid. In WSEAS Computing and Computational Techniques in Sciences: Selected Papers, Rhodes, Greece, 131-142.

134.   ScaseP, M.M., Caulfield, C.P. & Dalziel, S.B. 2010 On turbulent plumes and jets with unsteady sources. In Fluxes and structures in fluids: physics of geospheres 2009. Ed. Y.D. Chashechkin & V.G. Baydulov. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. 319-325.

135.   Davidson, P.A., StaplehurstS, P.J. & Dalziel, S.B. 2010 Observations on rapidly rotating turbulence. IUTAM Symposium on Turbulence in the Atmosphere and Oceans, Ed. Dritschel. Springer (Dordrecht), 95-104. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-0360-5_8.

136.   Dalziel, S.B., PattersonP, M.D., Caulfield, C.P. & Le BrunS, S. 2011 Lee waves: new understanding of a classical problem. In Proceedings of VII International Symposium on Stratified Flows. Ed. A. Cenedese, S. Espa & R. Purini. ISBN 978-88-95814-49-0. Paper 1162.

137.   Davies WykeSs, M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Stratification confined Rayleigh-Taylor mixing. In Proceedings of VII International Symposium on Stratified Flows. Ed. A. Cenedese, S. Espa & R. Purini. ISBN 978-88-95814-49-0. Paper 1083.

138.   SuttonS, R.F. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Internal wave attractors without sloping boundaries. In Proceedings of VII International Symposium on Stratified Flows. Ed. A. Cenedese, S. Espa & R. Purini. ISBN 978-88-95814-49-0. Paper 1040.

139.   Lund, H. & Dalziel, S.B. 2011 Bursting water balloons. Gallery of Fluid Motion, arXiv:1110.3320v1 [physics.flu-dyn]

140.   Davies Wykes, M. & Dalziel, S.B. 2012 Rayleigh-Taylor instability between two stable stratifications. Gallery of Fluid Motion, arXiv:1210.2591 [physics.flu-dyn]

Reports and other publications (excluding those already listed)

141.   Dalziel, S.B. 1984 Numerical analysis of flow past two-dimensional submerged bodies; 3rd pro. project, School of Engineering, University of Auckland, 173 pp.

142.   Dalziel, S.B. 1985 Lumped parameter model of surface activity at Wairakei and Tauhara; Internal Report, Applied Mathematics Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Wellington. 31 pp.

143.   Dalziel, S.B. 1985 One dimensional reinjection model of Mokai; Internal Report, Applied Mathematics Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Wellington. 9 pp.

144.   {4} Grant, M.A., McGuiness, M.J., Dalziel, S.B., Razali, Y. & O'Sullivan, M.J., 1985. A model of Rotorua geothermal field and springs. In: Rotorua Geothermal Field, Technical Report of the Geothermal Monitoring Programme 1982–1985. New Zealand Ministry of Energy, 522 pp.

145.   {3} Dalziel, S.B. 1994 Molecular mixing in Rayleigh-Taylor instability; Report for Atomic Weapons Establishment, Aldermaston. 91pp.

146.   Dalziel, S.B. 2001 GK Batchelor laboratory of fluid dynamics. Asymptopia, 11, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge.

Editorial

147.   : Proceedings of 4th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. Linden, Youngs & Dalziel, 610 pp.

148.   Proceedings of 9th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Ed. Dalziel. 

149.   Cumulative Proceedings for the International Workshops on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing. 

Reviews

150.   Dalziel, S.B. 1994 Review of Vortex structures in a stratified fluid by Sergey I. Voropayev and Yakov D. Afanasyev; in Ocean Challenge 5 No. 1, 24-25.

Published software

151.   Dalziel, S.B. 1992-2001 DigImage, Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants
(Image processing software for fluid dynamics);
Used internationally in 36 laboratories.

152.   Dalziel, S.B. 2002-2011 DigiFlow, Dalziel Research Partners.
(Advanced image processing for fluid mechanics);
Used internationally in around 150 laboratories.


Talks and conference contributions since 2006

Invited talks (international)

1.      When bubbles are spikes, it can matter how the heavy stuff falls. Linden 60 Symposium, San Diego, December 2007.

2.      Maximal mixing efficiency. Seminar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, July 2008.

3.      Internal waves bouncing around basins. 1st Scotland-Norway Symposium on Internal Waves, Oslo, Norway, October 2008.

4.      Does drift change the attraction of internal waves? Seminar at Fluides, Automatique et Systémes Thermiques, Iniversité Pierre et Marie Curie - Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France, November 2009.

5.      Rayleigh-Taylor instability between stable stratifications. Turbulent Mixing and Beyond, Trieste, Italy, August 2011.

6.      Resuspension by vortex rings. Seminar, LMFA, École Centrale de Lyon, France, December 2011.

7.      Mixing fluids of different densities. Flinders University, Australia, February 2014.

Invited talks (national)

8.      Dust resuspension by droplets. Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting, Aberdeen, UK, May 2006.

9.      Hydrodynamic modes of resuspension. Seminar, BP Institute, Cambridge, UK, June 2006.

10.  Scattering of internal gravity waves from rough topography. Workshop on Stratified Flow over Topography, Oban, UK, November 2007.

11.  Maximal mixing efficiency. Seminar, BP Institute, University of Cambridge, UK, September 2008.

12.  Non-ballistic resuspension. Seminar, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, November 2008.

13.  Maximal mixing efficiency. Seminar, University of Nottingham, UK, January 2009.

14.  Does drift change the attraction of internal waves? DAMTP Fluid Mechanics Seminar, Cambridge, UK, October 2009.

15.  Low Froude number lee waves. 2nd Scotland-Norway Symposium on Internal Waves, Edinburgh, UK, October 2010.

Conference contributions (presenting author)

16.  The role of time dependence in the flushing of embayments. AGU Ocean Sciences, Honolulu, USA, March 2006.

17.  Intrusions on a density interface. AGU Ocean Sciences, Honolulu, USA, March 2006.

18.  Very high aspect ratio Rayleigh-Taylor instability. 10th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Paris, France, July 2006.

19.  Buoyant mixing of unstably stratified fluids in a vertical square tube. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

20.  The response of a plume to a sudden reduction in buoyancy flux. 5th Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Tempe, USA, December 2007.

21.  Amnesia in Rayleigh-Taylor instability. 11th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Santa Fe, USA, July 2008.

22.  Resuspension by a droplet. 7th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Manchester, UK, September 2008.

23.  Tension-driven Richtmyer-Meshkov instability. 12th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Moscow, Russia, July 2010.

24.  Stokes drift in internal gravity waves. 8th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, September 2010.

25.  Lee waves: new understanding of a classical problem. 7th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Rome, Italy, August 2011.

26.  Richtmyer-Meshkov growth of a granular layer. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

27.  The effects of a shear flow on lee waves. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

28.  Vortex rings impinging on porous boundaries. APS DFD, Pittsburgh, USA, November 2013.

29.  Scattering of internal gravity waves. AGU Ocean Sciences, San Diego, USA, February 2014.

30.  Focusing and scattering of internal waves. Nonlinear effects in internal waves, Cornell, USA, June 2014

Conference contributions (presented by student or postdoc)

31.  N. BethkeS: Dispersion of organic chemicals: is sediment important? AGU Ocean Sciences, Honolulu, USA, March 2006.

32.  M.D. PattersonP: Mixing and merging of Kelvin-Helmholtz billows. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2006.

33.  M.D. PattersonP: Mixing by merging Kelvin-Helmholtz billows. 6th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2006.

34.  A. NyeS: Scattering of internal gravity waves. 6th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2006.

35.  A.J. AspdenS: Monotone integrated large eddy simulation of buoyant turbulent jets with off-source heating. . 10th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Paris, France, July 2006.

36.  A.G.W. LawrieS: Rayleigh-Taylor driven mixing in a multiply stratified environment. . 10th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Paris, France, July 2006.

37.  A.C. HartS: Internal structure of interacting thermals. 10th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Paris, France, July 2006.

38.  P.J. StaplehursSt: On the large scale evolution of rotating turbulence. IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence, Nagoya, September 2006.

39.  C.F. IhleS: Spatio-temperal features of thermal convection. Seminar, University of Dundee, UK, October 2006.

40.  M.D. PattersonP: Turbulent mixing of unstably stratified fluids in a vertical tube. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

41.  M.M. ScaseP: Plumes and jets with time-dependent sources in stratified and unstratified environments. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

42.  A. NyeS: Scattering of internal gravity waves from rough topography. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

43.  A.G.W. LawrieS: Rayleigh-Taylor driven mixing in a multiply stratified environment. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

44.  A. HartS: Interacting thermals. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

45.  M. CarrP: Convectively induced shear instability in large internal solitary waves. 6th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Australia, December 2006.

46.  M.M. ScaseP: Temporal variations of plumes with sudden reduction in buoyancy flux. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2007.

47.  P.J. StaplehurstS: Structure formation in homogeneous rotating turbulence. European Turbulence Conference, Porto, July 2007.

48.  D.M. LeppinenP: A new nozzle for dissolved air flotation. 5th International Conference on Flotation in Water and Wastewater, Seoul, Korea, September 2007.

49.  J. HazewinkelS: Observations on an internal wave attractor in a stratified fluid. Workshop on Stratified Flow over Topography, Oban, UK, November 2007.

50.  J. HazewinkelS: Equilibrium spectrum for internal wave attractor in a trapezoidal basin. 5th Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Tempe, USA, December 2007.

51.  C.F. IhleS: Effect of surface temperature inhomogeneities on turbulent plume dynamics. 5th Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Tempe, USA, December 2007.

52.  J. HazewinkelS: Observations on internal wave attractors in a stratified fluid. M.M. Scase: Temporal variations of plumes with sudden reduction in buoyancy flux. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2008.

53.  A.G.W. LawrieS: The structure and efficiency of mixing in Rayleigh-Taylor instability.. 11th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Santa Fe, USA, July 2008.

54.  A. NyeS: Scattering of internal gravity waves. UK Oceanography 2008, Bangor, UK, September 2008.

55.  A.G.W. LawrieS: Structure and efficiency of mixing in complex density profiles. 7th European Conference on Fluid Mechanics, Manchester, UK, September 2008.

56.  J. HazewinkelS: Oberservations of an internal wave attractor in a stratified fluid. 7th European Conference on Fluid Mechanics, Manchester, UK, September 2008.

57.  J. HazewinkelS: Transport by internal wave beams. 1st Scotland-Norway Symposium on Internal Waves, Oslo, Norway, October 2008.

58.  J. HazewinkelS: Tracer transport by internal wave beams. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2009.

59.  J. HazewinkelS: Internal wave attractors in perturbed domain or medium. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2009.

60.  M.M. ScaseP: On turbulent plumes and jets with unsteady sources. Fluxes and Structures in Fluids: Physics of Geospheres, Moscow, June 2009.

61.  J. HazewinkelS: Transport by internal wave beams. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2009.

62.  A.G.W. LawrieP: On the universality of dissipation mechanisms in mixing. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2009.

63.  J. HazewinkelS: Internal wave attractors in stratified fluids: robustness to perturbations. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2010.

64.  A.G.W. LawrieP: Energy transport induced by Rayleigh-Taylor mixing. 12th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Moscow, Russia, July 2010.

65.  J. HazewinkelS: Internal wave attractors in stratified fluids: robustness to perturbations. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, November 2010.

66.  J. HazewinkelS: Attractive internal wave patterns. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, November 2010.

67.  H. LundS: The oscillation and rupture of a water-filled balloon. Bifurcations in Fluid Dynamics, Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.

68.  M. Davies WykesS: The progressive suppression of Rayleigh-Taylor instability by stable stratification. Bifurcations in Fluid Dynamics, Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.

69.  R. SuttonS: Internal wave attractors without sloping boundaries. 7th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Rome, Italy, August 2011.

70.  M.S. Davies-WykesS: Stratification confined Rayleigh-Taylor mixing. 7th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Rome, Italy, August 2011.

71.  M.S. Davies Wykes: Stratification confined Rayleigh-Taylor mixing. 13th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Woburn, UK, July 2012.

72.  A. Maffioli S: On the evolution of stratified turbulent clouds. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

73.  M.S. Davies WykesS: Efficient mixing in stratified flows: Rayleigh-Taylor instability within a stable stratification. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

74.  R. SuttonS: Internal wave attractors: topographic effects on wave reflection and energy propagation. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

75.  M. Davies Wykes: Efficient mixing in stratified flows: Rayleigh-Taylor instability within a stable stratification, experiments and computation. APS DFD, Pittsburgh, USA, November 2013.

76.  M. Davies Wykes: Efficient mixing in stratified flows: Rayleigh-Taylor instability within an otherwise stable stratification. AGU Ocean Sciences, Hawaii, USA, February 2014.

77.  A. Jamieson:. Variability in the Antarctic slope front in the northwestern Weddell Sea. AGU Ocean Sciences, Hawaii, USA, February 2014.

78.  J.R. Landel: Cleaning of viscous drops on a flat inclined surface using gravity-driven film flows. Fouling & Cleaning in Food Processing, Cambridge, UK, April 2014.

Other conference presentations (presented by co-workers; partial list)

79.  B. Rabe: Experimental studies of rotating exchange flow through simple and divided straits. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2006.

80.  C.P. Caulfield: Mixing by merging Kelvin-Helmholtz billows. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2006.

81.  C.P. Caulfield: Turbulent mixing of unstably stratified fluids in a vertical tube. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

82.  M.C. Rogers: A dynamic MRI study of autocatalytic chemical plumes. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

83.  S. Morris: Thread amplitudes and frequencies in a fluid mechanical ‘sewing machine’. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

84.  C.P. Caulfield: Internal gravity wave generation by isolated topography in the laboratory: limitations of linear theory. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

85.  J.N. McElwaine: Washboard road. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2006.

86.  M.D. Patterson: Internal gravity waves generation by isolated topography in the laboratory: lee waves and lee mountains. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2007.

87.  J.N. McElwaine: Experiments on washboard road. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2007.

88.  M. von Eye: Velocity structure of plume eddies in a rotating stratified environment, with applications to the Greenland Sea. AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, USA, March 2008.

89.  M.D. Patterson: The interaction of nonlinear lee waves with shear and boundary layers. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2008.

90.  L. Thomas: Visualization of harmonics of 2D internal waves generated by bodies of different shapes in a stratified fluid. 6th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Heat Transfer, Thermal Engineering and the Environment, Rhodes, Greece, August 2008.

91.  L. Thomas: Internal waves generated by thermals in stratified environments. 6th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Heat Transfer, Thermal Engineering and the Environment, Rhodes, Greece, August 2008.

92.  L. Thomas: Synthetic schlieren: determination of the density gradient generated by internal waves propagating in a stratified fluid. 10th Meeting on Recent Advances in the Physics of Fluids and their Applications, Santa Fe, Argentina, November 2008.

93.  C.P. Caulfield: Experimental measurements of lee wave interaction with wind shear, wakes and boundary layers. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2008.

94.  C.P. Caulfield: Time-dependent plume dynamics. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2008.

95.  J.M. Redondo: Mixing efficiency of Rayleigh-Taylor reactive flows. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 2009.

96.  C.P. Caulfield: When is one very much less than one? Lee wave ray tracing in stratified shear flow experiments. Wave Phenomena IV, Edmonton, Canada, June 2010.

97.  A.G.W. Lawrie: Numerical estimates of molecular mixing in confined Rayleigh-Taylor instability. 13th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing, Woburn, UK, July 2012.

98.  A.G.W. Lawrie: Estimates of molecular mixing in confined Rayleigh-Taylor instability. Division of Fluid Dynamics, American Physical Society, USA, Nov 2012.

99.  A.G.W. Lawrie: Analysis of internal wave systems of complex form generated from a flexible boundary. AGU Ocean Sciences, Hawaii, USA, February 2014.

100.   A.G.W. Lawrie: Analysis of internal wave systems of complex form generated from a flexible boundary. Nonlinear effects in internal waves, Cornell, USA, June 2014

 


Research students (entire career)

†A dagger indicates where a joint article in an archival journal has been published.

‡A double-dagger indicates where there are no archival journal publications but presentations have been made at one or more conferences

Previous PhD students

(All completed PhD on first submission with no more than minor corrections)

1.      Drayton, M.J. 1993 Eulerian and Lagrangian studies of inhomogeneous turbulence generated by an oscillating grid.

2.      Leppinen, D.M. 1997 Aspects of convection.

3.      Rooij, F. de 1999 Sedimenting particle-laden flows in confined geometries. (Co-supervised with P.F. Linden)

4.      Ross, A.N. 2000 Gravity currents on slopes. (Co-supervised with P.F. Linden)

5.      Higginson, R.C. 2000 Turbulence and mixing in a stratified fluid. (Co-supervised with P.F. Linden)

6.      Shin, J.O. 2001 Colliding gravity currents. (Co-supervised with P.F. Linden).

7.      Harichandran, P. 2001 Propagating gravity currents in a turbulent fluid. (Co-supervised with P.F. Linden)
Now at

8.      Scase, M.M. 2003 Vortex rings in a stratified fluid.
Now at University of Nottingham.

9.      Hübner, J. 2004 Buoyant plumes in a turbulent environment.
Now at European Patent Office.

10.  Elwell, F.C. 2004 Flushing of embayments.
Now at Mott MacDonnald, UK.

11.  Seaton, M. 2006: Particle resuspension by liquid droplets.
Now at Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants, UK.

12.  Aspden, A. 2006: Monotone Integrated Large Eddy Simulations of buoyant turbulent jets with off-source heating. (Co-supervised with N. Nikiforakis)
Now at Cranfield University, UK.

13.  Staplehurst, P.J. 2007: Structure formation in rotating turbulence. (Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson)
Now at BP, UK.

14.  Hart, A. 2008: Interacting thermals.
Now at Owlstone, UK.

15.  Bethke, N. 2008: Vortex ring interaction with a particle layer implications for sediment transport.
Now at BNP Paribas, UK.

16.  Nye, A. 2009: Scattering of internal gravity waves.
Now at Dynaflow inc., USA.

17.  Lawrie, A.G.W. 2009: Rayleigh-Taylor mixing: confinement by stratification and geometry.

18.  Hazewinkel, J. 2010. Focusing of internal gravity waves. (Co-supervised with Leo Maas & Arjen Doelman)
Now at Shell Global Solutions, Netherlands.

19.  Ihle, C.F., 2010. Penetrative convection. (Co-supervised with Y. Niño)
Now at Ingenieria de Minas, Universidad de Chile.

20.  Maffioli, A. 2012: The evolution of a stratified turbulent cloud. (Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson and N. Swaminathan)
Now at Whittle Lab, University of Cambridge

21.  Lund, H. from Oct. 2009. The impact and rupture of a water-filled balloon on a rigid surface. Now at: Dolphin Geophysical, UK.

Current PhD students

‡Sutton, R. from Oct. 2010. Internal wave attractors. – abandoned due to visa problems for Canadian wife

22.  ‡Davies Wykes, M. from Jan. 2011. Nonlinear mixing driven by Kelvin-Helmholtz and multiple Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities.

23.  ‡Jamieson, A. from Oct. 2011. Weddell Sea deep outflow variability: an early indicator of Antarctic climate change

24.  ‡Caplan, J. from Oct. 2012. Granular flows.

25.  Brown, C. from Oct. 2013. Rayleigh-Taylor instability in materials with strength.

26.  Olsthoorn, J. from Oct 2013. Vortex interaction with non-Newtonian fluids.

Other PhD students where significant input

27.  Barnett, S.J. 1991 The dynamics of buoyant releases in confined spaces. PhD thesis, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, 166pp. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

28.  Davies, G.M.J. 1993 Buoyancy driven flows through openings. PhD thesis, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, 134pp. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

29.  Kaye, N.G. 1998 Interaction of turbulent plumes. PhD thesis, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, 156pp. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

30.  †Holford, J.M. 1994 The evolution of a front. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

31.  Hughes, G.O. 1996 Aspects of mixing in stratified flows. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

32.  Hacker, J.N. 1996 Gravity currents in rotating channels. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

33.  Cenedese, C. 1998 Baroclinic eddies over topography. (Principal supervisor: P.F. Linden)

34.  †Rabe, B. 2004 Rotating exchange flows through straits with multiple channels. (Principal supervisor: D.A. Smeed)

35.  Hogg, C.R. 2014 The flow of rivers into lakes: experiments and models. PhD thesis, DAMTP, University of Cambridge. 173pp. (Principal supervisor: H.E. Huppert)

Masters and project students

36.  Quoy, O. 1995: Colliding gravity currents. (French Intern. Co-supervised with P.F. Linden.)

37.  Lionet, J. 1995: Colliding gravity currents. (French Intern. Co-supervised with P.F. Linden.)

38.  †de Rooij, F. 1996: Self-organisation and dispersion in geophysical turbulence. (Masters student. Co-supervised with G.J.F. van Heijst & P.F. Linden.)

39.  Rodriguez, F. 1998: Internal waves (French Intern)

40.  Gibson, F. 2001: Particle-laden thermals. (Masters student. Co-supervised with R.E. Britter.)

41.  Thompson, A.F. 2001 Disappearing bubble plumes. (Part III essay)

42.  Seaton, M.D. 2002 Dust resuspension by raindrops. (Part III essay)

43.  Roger, T. 2002: Internal waves in nonlinear stratifications. (French Intern)

44.  Dispot, N. 2002: Gravity currents on conical hills (French Intern)

45.  Jeffrai, J-P. 2003: Internal structure in Rayleigh-Taylor instability. (French Intern)

46.  Jehan, H. 2003: Pattern matching methods for measuring sediment levels. (French Intern)

47.  Bailly, L. 2004: The development of a measurement technique for jets and plumes in cross-flows. (French Intern)

48.  Bouremel, Y. 2004: Time-dependent plumes (French Intern)

49.  Fox, S. 2006: The shaping of turbulent eddies by gravity waves. (Masters student. Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson.)

50.  ‡Dell, R. 2006. Internal lee waves in stratified shear flows. (Visiting student from MIT. Co-supervised with C.P. Caulfield.)

51.  Luhar, M. 2007: Collapse of turbulent patches in stratified flows. (Masters student. Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson)

52.  van Breevoort, P. 2007: Experiments on internal wave attractors with synthetic schlieren. (Masters student. Co-supervised with L.R.M. Maas & J. Hazewinkel.)

53.  Tsimitri, C. 2009: Perturbed internal wave attractors: laboratory experiments. (Masters student. Co-supervised with L.R.M. Maas & J. Hazewinkel.)

54.  Davies Wykes, M. 2010: Stability of a rotating boundary layer. (Masters student. Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson.)

55.  Ward, R. 2010: A study of Taylor columns. (Masters student. Co-supervised with P.A. Davidson.)

56.  Le Brun, S. 2010: Internal gravity waves in stratified shear flows. (French Intern. Co-supervised with C.P. Caulfield.)

57.  Ford, P.W. 2011 Plumes from annular sources. (Part III essay)

58.  Kachuck, S.B. 2011 The interaction of a buoyant plume with a grid. (Part III essay)

59.  Konarski, A.M. 2011 Lee waves in a modulated flow. (Part III essay)

60.  Tognini, C. 2012 Gravity currents flowing over corrugated boundaries. (Part III essay)

61.  Curran, N. 2012 Gravity currents flowing over corrugated boundaries. (Part III essay)

62.  Brown, C. 2013 Richtmyer-Meshkov instability in granular materials. (Part III essay)

Current academic appointments of previous students and postdocs

(A complete list of postdocs is given in Annex A)

1.      Dr. F. Caton (Postdoc 1998-2000) CNRS position, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble

2.      Ross, A.N. (PhD student 2000) Lecturer, University of Leeds.

3.      Thompson, A.F. (Part III essay 2001). Faculty position in Caltech.

4.      Munro, R.J. (Postdoc 2001-2003). Lecturer, University of Nottingham.

5.      Leppinen, D.M. (PhD student 1997; Postdoc 1997-2004) Lecturer, University of Birmingham.

6.      Patterson, M.D. (Postdoc 2002-2005). Lecturer, University of Bristol.

7.      McElwaine, J.N. (Postdoc 2002-2006). Professor, University of Durham.

8.      Scase, M.M. (PhD student 2003; Postdoc 2004-2006). Lecturer, University of Nottingham.

9.      Aspden, A.J. (PhD student 2006). Lecturer, University of Plymouth.

10.  Mariani, C. (Postdoc 2006). IUSTI Polytech Marseille.

11.  Lawrie, A.G.W. (PhD student 2009). Lecturer, University of Bristol.

12.  Ihle, C.F. (PhD student 2010). Lecturer, University of Santiago.


Co-workers (excluding PhD students)

A list of PhD students is given in Annex B.

†A dagger indicates where one or more joint articles have been published in archival journals.

‡A double-dagger indicates where there are no archival journal publications but presentations have been made at one or more conferences

Previous postdocs

(Current affiliation in brackets)

1.      †Dr. F. Caton (Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble)

2.      †Dr. J. Hacker (Ove Arup)

3.      †Dr. J.M. Holford (Open University; Kings College Cambridge)

4.      Dr. G.R. Hunt (Imperial College)

5.      †Dr. A.G.W. Lawrie (ENS Lyon)

6.      †Dr. D.M. Leppinen (University of Birmingham)

7.      ‡Dr. Christian Mariani (IUSTI Polytech Marseille)

8.      †Dr. J.N. McElwaine (DAMTP – EPSRC Fellow)

9.      †Dr. R.J. Munro (University of Nottingham)

10.  †Dr. M.D. Patterson (Bath)

11.  †Dr. M.M. Scase (University of Nottingham)

12.  †Dr. J.E. Simpson

13.  †Dr. J.K. Sveen (IFE & University of Oslo)

Visitors (since 2001)

(Only those staying for at least one month in a 12 month period)

14.  †Prof. G.J. van Heijst (Eindhoven)

15.  ‡Dr. R.E. Lewis (deceased)

16.  †Prof. P.F. Linden (UCSD)

17.  †Dr. B. Marino (Tandil, Argentina)

18.  ‡Prof. S. Morris (Toronto)

19.  †Prof. J. Redondo (UPC, Spain)

20.  †Dr. L. Thomas (Tandil, Argentina)

21.  Prof. D. Zhu (Edmonton)

Other collaborators (since 2001)

22.  Prof. M.J. Andrews (Los Alamos)

23.  Prof. A. Bateman (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

24.  Prof. J.B. Bell (Berkley)

25.  Mr. J. Brintton (Flinders)

26.  Prof. R.E. Britter (Engineering)

27.  Dr. M. Carr (St. Andrews)

28.  Dr. C.P. Caulfield (DAMTP)

29.  Prof. P.A. Davidson (Engineering)

30.  Prof. P.A. Davies (Dundee)

31.  Prof. Arjen Doelman (Leiden)

32.  Dr. I. Eames (UCL)

33.  Dr. A. Eatherall (Syngenta)

34.  Dr. Y. Elimelech (Zoology & Technion)

35.  Mr. N. Grisouard (Grenoble)

36.  Prof. J. Grue (Oslo)

37.  Dr. A.J. Hogg (Bristol)

38.  Prof. Lord. J.C.R. Hunt (UCL)

39.  Prof. J. Jacobs (Arizona State)

40.  Dr. A. Jensen (Oslo)

41.  Prof. R.J. Kerswell (Bristol)

42.  Dr. G.F. Lane-Serff (Manchester)

43.  Prof. L.R.M. Maas (NIOZ & Utrecht)

44.  Dr. H. McEvoy (DSTL)

45.  Prof. J. Monaghan (Monash)

46.  Ms. A. Mujal (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

47.  Dr. T. Nickels (Engineering)

48.  Dr. N. Nikiforakis (DAMTP)

49.  Prof. Y. Niño (Universidad de Chile)

50.  Mr. S. Palma (Universidad de Chile)

51.  Dr. B. Rabe (Keil)

52.  Prof. C. Raston (Flinders)

53.  Mr. A. Riddle (AstraZeneca)

54.  Prof. J. Shi (Shanghai Jiao Tong)

55.  Dr. D.M. Smeed (Rennel Centre)

56.  Prof. D. Youngs (AWE)

57.  Dr. R. Williams (AWE)

58.  Ms. Y. Zhang (Yorshire Water plc)

 


Scientific impact through other mechanisms

Patents

1.      GB2423734 (GB0504404.5) 03 Mar 2005
Yorkshire Water Services Limited (incorporated in the United Kingdom)
Inventors: Dalziel, Stuart B; Leppinen, David M; Zhang, Yanmin
Dissolved gas flotation system and nozzle assembly
UKC Headings: B2F B2H Int Cl B05B
1/00(2006.01) B03B 5/28(2006.01)
B03D 1/02(2006.01) B03D
1/14(2006.01) B03D 1/16(2006.01)

2.      US 2008/0277329 A1
Jet nozzle arrangements for optimising gas bubble size in flotation
Inventors: Yanmin Zhang (Leeds, GB), Stuart B. Dalziel (Cambridge, G.B), David Leppinen (Staffordshire, G.B.)

3.      2008-2009 Ove Arup. Development and laboratory testing of device for the water industry. Devices designed by SBD led directly to an international patent for the ultimate customer. Non-disclosure agreement in force for research.

Consultancy based on on-going research

4.      1989-2001 Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd. Modelling spills of LNG and LPG for the gas industry

5.      2003 42-Technology Ltd. Laboratory analysis of technology incorporated into condensing boilers.

6.      2009-2010 BP. Brainstorming sessions on specific problems associated with oil recovery. Non-disclosure agreement in force.

Broadcasting

7.      BBC Science item on dissolved air flotation (filmed in GK Batchelor Laboratory in 1998)

8.      Contributed to The secret life of waves (filmed in GK Batchelor Laboratory December 2009, aired February 2011)

9.      Contributed to BBC Frozen Planet (filmed in GK Batchelor Laboratory April-July 2010; yet to be aired)

10.  Assisted with filming of IOP film on Vortices and Quarks (filmed in GK Batchelor Laboratory April 2011).

11.  Provided equipment and advice for BBC History of Climate Change (April 2008)

12.  Interviewed by Discovery Channel for World’s Weirdest series (filmed in GK Batchelor Laboratory August 2012).

Public open days and tours

13.  Coordinating and running public Open Days in the GK Batchelor Laboratory in March 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. An estimated 600 members of the public passed through the laboratory in 2009, and 700 in 2011 and 2013. Mix of on-going research and ‘fun’ problems.

14.  Tours of the GK Batchelor Laboratory for distinguished visitors, potential and current sponsors, alumni, etc. No detailed record has been kept of such tours, although the dates of some (e.g. for DAMTP’s Jubilee and various alumni weekends) could be established.

External exhibitions

15.  1998 Royal Society Summers in Science: Dust, bubbles and meteorites (July 1998)

16.  1998 Science Museum, London: Dancing Bubbles. Interactive display in new gallery covering contemporary digital technology.

17.  2002 Royal Society Summers in Science: Human plumes and optical thermometers.

18.  2002 Contributed video footage, images and technology to exhibition in Kettle’s Yard gallery by Mark Palmer (New Technology Arts Fellow).


Funding

Only includes funding raised since appointment to an established position.

CASE studentships

1.      1995-1998 Turbulence and mixing in a stratified fluid (Roland Higginson; AWE and EPSRC)

2.      2001-2004 Flushing of embayments (F.C. Elwell; AstraZeneca and NERC)

3.      2002-2005 Monotone integrated large eddy simulations of buoyant turbulent jets with off-source heating (A.J. Aspden; AWE and EPSRC)

4.      2002-2005 Interacting thermals (A. Hart; AWE and EPSRC Mathematics)

5.      2004-2007 Vortex ring interaction with a particle layer. (N. Bethke; AstraZeneca, Syngenta and EPSRC Mathematics)

6.      2005-2009 Rayleigh-Taylor mixing in complex stratifications. (A.G.W. Lawrie; AWE and NERC)

7.      2011-2014 Nonlinear mixing (M. Davies Wykes; AWE and EPSRC)

8.      2013-2017 Acceleration-driven instabilities in fluids with strength (C. Brown; AWE and EPSRC)

Research grants

9.      1996-1999 Turbulence in rotating stratified flows (NERC, £135,233).

10.  1999-2005 Mixing in stratified flows (AWE, £164,378)

11.  2001-2003 Optimisation of dissolved air flotation tanks (Yorkshire Water plc, £89,284)

12.  2001-2003 Resuspension by vortex rings. (EPSRC, £63,467)

13.  2001-2003 Resuspension by coherent structures in turbulent flows (Newton Trust, £20,408)

14.  2002-2003 Scattering of internal gravity waves (NERC,£26,372)

15.  2002-2005 Gravity currents in stratified shear flows (NERC,£173,024)

16.  2002-2006 SATSIE. (EU, £86,860)

17.  2003-2005 Saltation and transition to suspension in granular flows (Newton Trust, £45,000)

18.  2003-2006 Boundary effects on internal solitary waves (EPSRC, £132,675)

19.  2003-2006 Transitions in convection above time-dependent sources of buoyancy (NERC, £172,320)

20.  2009-2010 Leveraging Rayleigh-Taylor instability (AWE, £45,746)

21.  2009-2010 Bodies towed in a stratified shear flow (DSTL, £14,771)

22.  2011-2015 Gliders: Excellent New Tools for Observing the Ocean (GENTOO). Project studentship  (NERC, £107,713)

23.  2012-2017 Predictive optimisation of decontaminant dispensing parameters. (US Army, £555,877)

24.  2013-2018 Mathematical underpinnings of stratified turbulence. (EPSRC, £3,028,277)

25.  2013-2014 The impact of oceanic internal waves on sheared density interfaces. Phase One. (DSTL, £27,750)

26.  2014-2017 The impact of oceanic internal waves on sheared density interfaces. Phase Two. (DSTL, £53,311)

Infrastructure grants

27.  2000-2002 Ambient Flow Facility. (JIF/NERC, £1,634,622)

28.  2000-2008 Re-equipping the Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (Newton Trust, £250,000)

29.  2002-2004 Equipment for advanced experiments on complex materials and fluid dynamics (EPSRC £174,319, plus £110,215 from industry)


Teaching

Lecturing

1997/98-continuing            Part III: Laboratory demonstrations in fluid mechanics (8 sessions/year)

2001/02-continuing            Part II: Laboratory demonstrations in fluid mechanics (12 sessions/year)

2009/10-2012/13 NSTIA: Mathematics II, A Course (24 lectures/year)

2011/12             Part III: Fundamentals of the Fluid Dynamics of Climate (16 lectures/year)

1995/96-1998/99 NSTIB: Numerical methods (8 lectures/year)

1998/99-2003/04 Part III: Environmental fluid dynamics (24 lectures/year)

2006/07-2007/08 Part III: Environmental fluid dynamics (16 lectures/year)

2008/09-2010/11 Part III: Geophysical and environmental fluid dynamics (24 lectures/year)

2004/05             Maths IA: Differential equations (24 lectures/year)

Examining of lectured courses

1997/98             NST IA: Examiner

1998/99             NST IA: Senior Examiner. Rewrote examination processing system.

2003/04             Maths IA: Examiner

2004/05             Maths IA: Chair of Examiners.

2006/7               NST IA: Assistant Chair (for all NSTIA examinations)

2007/8-2008/09 NST IA: Chair (for all NSTIA examinations)

2009/10             NST IA: Assistant Chair (for all NSTIA examinations)

1998/99-2003/04 Part III: Assessor for Environmental Fluid Dynamics course

2006/7-2007/08 Part III: Assessor for Environmental Fluid Dynamics course

2008/9-2010/11 Part III: Assessor for Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics course

2011/12             Part III: Assessor for Part III: Fundamentals of the Fluid Dynamics of Climate

2012/13             Part III: Examiner

Examining of PhDs

1995                     M.A. Brandon: Winter surface water mass modification in the Greenland Sea, PhD, Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, UK

1996                     Y. Feng: Stably stratified shear flow over complex terrain, PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK

1998                     A.Z. Owinoh: Natural convection driven by heating from below, PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK

2003                     D. Osmond: Laboratory models of geophysical flows, PhD, Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, Australia

2003                     J.K. Sveen: Internal waves – an experimental investigation, Doctor Philos., School of Mathematics, University of Oslo, Norway

2003                     Md A.I. Khan: The effects of small-scale persistent flow structures on turbulent diffusion, PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK

2006                     A. Slim: High Reynolds number gravity currents, PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK

2006                     F-P. Lam: Ocean and laboratory observations on waves over topography, PhD, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

2010                     J. Hazewinkel: Attractors in stratified fluids, PhD, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

2010                     F. Moisy: Instabiliteés, ondes, et turbulence en rotation, Diplôme d’Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université Paris-Sud 11, France

2010                     E. Sekula: The structure of turbulent jets: application of experimental and environmental methods, resubmit for PhD, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

2011                     C.F. Ihle: Spatiotemporal features of natural convection, Universidad de Chile, Chile

2011                     J.M.G. de la Cruz Lopez: Experimental study of free surface mixing in vortical and chaotic flows, Imperial College, UK

2011                     R. Watteaux: Détection des grandes structures turbulentes dans les couches de mélange de type Rayleigh-Taylor en vue de la validation de modèles statistiques turbulents bi-structure, ENS Cachane, France

Summer Schools

1991-1996           Assisted in running laboratory component of GEFD Summer School

1997-2006           Organised and ran laboratory component of GEFD Summer School

2001-2006           Lectured in GEFD Summer School

2005                     Co-convenor of Summer School on Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov instabilities (ran laboratory component)

2007                     Co-convenor of Summer School on Rayleigh-Taylor and Richtmyer-Meshkov instabilities (ran laboratory component)

2012-                   Organised and ran laboratory component of FDSE Summer School


Administrative duties

Departmental

1997-continuing  Director of GK Batchelor Laboratory

2000-continuing  Member of CMS Safety Committee

2006-continuing  Biological Safety Officer

1998-2002         DAMTP Departmental Safety Officer

1998-2000         Chair of DAMTP Safety Committee

2001-2014         Laser Safety Officer

2003-2014         Safety Officer for GK Batchelor Laboratory

2007-2010         Member of NST Mathematics Committee

University

2011-continuing    Member of Sub-committee for Biological Safety

2007-continuing    Member of School of Physical Sciences Safety Committee

2002-2008           Member of Sub-committee for Safety Education and Training

2007-2009           Member of NST Management Committee

Conference organisation

2007-continuing    Member of International Scientific Committee for Turbulent Mixing and Beyond conference series

1997-continuing    Member of International Scientific Committee for International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing conference series

2010-12               Member of local organising committee for 13th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing

2010                     Member of International Scientific Committee for International Workshop on Numerical and Physical Modelling of Industrial Multiphase Flow, Cargèse

2009-2010            Member of APS Frenkiel Award Committee

2004                     Chair of the 9th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing

1993                     Member of local organising committee for the 3rd International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing

1990                     Member of scientific organising committee for UK Oceanography ’90.

External

2004-2008           Governor of Special School (Castle School, Cambridge). Chair of Infrastructure Committee. Chair of Health, Safety and Premises Committee.