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Advancing Interfaces Found in Laboratory Experiments, from Water to Fire

By Jun Zhang, New York University / NYU Shanghai

Advancing interfaces are ubiquitous in nature, can be found over many length scales and in many systems. In addition to the numerical and analytical studies in this field, experimentalists have also tried to create simple situations when an interface advances in the presence of uncorrelated, stochastic noise. In this talk, I will present a few examples that have emerged from physics laboratories and the results are discussed in some detail.

Later Event: March 31
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