Keynote speakers

John King (University of Nottingham, UK) has contributed to numerous areas of applied mathematics, ranging from mathematical medicine to industrial modelling, dynamics of liquid films, pattern formation, and development of asymptotic techniques. He has (co)authored over 280 papers.

In 2017, John was awarded the Naylor Prize of the London Mathematical Society (past awardees include Sir James Lighthill, Christopher Longuet-Higgins, Roger Penrose, and Stephen Hawking).

Valentina Shevtsova (Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) works on fluids in microgravity (vibrational phenomena, interfaces, the Soret effect, etc.). She was/is the principal investigator in five distinct experiments on the International Space Station.

Valentina has (co)authored more than 200 papers. Click here to see her Google Scholar profile.

Stéphane Zaleski (Institut Jean Le Rond dAlembert, France) specialises in computer simulations of drops, bubbles, atomization, and splashing, and develops novel numerical techniques (volume-of-fluid, interface tracking). He is the author of the PARIS code (PArallel Robust Interface Simulator).

Stéphane has (co)authored over 300 papers. According to Google Scholar, 28 of these have been cited more than a hundred times each.