Summer school at CISM, Udine, Italy during 21-25 May, 2018 CISM Summer School 2018.pdf

Symposium proceedings on "Advances in Computation, Modeling and Control of Transitional and Turbulent Flows." is published by World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore. Link of Book.

New Book titled "Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics" is published by John Wiley Press. Book Review.

"High Accuracy Computing Methods: Fluid Flows and Wave Phenomena" is published by Cambridge University Press.

"Instabilities of Flows and Transition to Turbulence" is published by CRC Press/ Taylor & Francis.

Monograph titled "Instabilities of Flow: with and without Heat Transfer and Chemical Reaction" is published by Springer Wien-New York.

Textbook titled "Fundamentals of CFD" published by Universities Press, Hyderabad, India. "CFD Book Review"

"International Conference On Metacomputing"

Keynote talk at National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa on December 17 2010 by Mr. Swagata Bhaumik.

"National Symposium on HPC in Academia and Beyond"

TALK at BESU, Shibpur, Kolkata on March 4 2010 by Prof. T.K. Sengupta.

MIT PRESENTATIONS (click on the links below)

PLENARY TALK on DNS by Prof T.K. Sengupta at 5th M.I.T Conf. on Advances in CFD (2009).

ICOMEC-2011 Presentation on DNS in CFD by Prof. T. K. Sengupta, S. Bhaumik and Y. G. Bhumkar

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Coping With The Journal Review Process

Please see this about coping with the journal review process.pdf published in Current Science, 92(9), May 2007.

Scientific aspects of global warming

Lot of things have been said over the last decade or two about global warming. Global warming, as the name suggests, refers to an increase in the average temperatures of the earth’s surface and oceans. The debate or discussion has always centered on anthropogenic addition of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere as a reason for increase in global temperatures. From the perspective of geophysical fluid dynamics and scientific computing, this amounts to changing few computational parameters and turning the switch on for various code(s) with multiple levels of sophistication and models.

Computational Fluid Dynamics: Engineering or Scientific Computing?

The early stages in the development of CFD are over. Many among us marvel at those colourful fluid dynamics pictures staring at us for the most inconceivable complex geometries. With the maturity of the subject so much in evidence, is the development phase of the subject truly over? Will the newcomer have a feeling that they have come to the subject of CFD a little too late?