The XXV Annual Congress of the Division of Fluid Dynamics was held in the city of Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico, from November 5 to 8, 2019, within the UNAM Cultural Center (CCUNAM), located in the center Historical city.
Students of the Design and Modeling and Simulation Laboratory of the SBF Cluster participated in this congress of the Mexican Physical Society (SMF).
He also participated as keynote speaker, Eng. Roberto Carlino, NASA engineer, robotics designer present at the International Space Station currently in orbit, who has the microfluidic experiment in the absence of gravity.
Likewise, it was attended by Dr. Lucía Capra, Director of the UNAM Juriquilla Geosciences Center, who spoke about “Granular flows in volcanic environment: direct observation vs. numerical models. How far?”.
Within the congress, a Mini-Workshop on hydrocarbons was also held, in which the ENERXICO project will be presented.
In the Mini-Workshop, experts in hydrocarbons and numerical modeling also talked about their scientific advances.