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  • FLOW paper among most downloaded articles (Dec. 2014)

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    The article 'Drop deformation and breakup’ by T. Kékesi, G. Amberg and L. Prahl Wittberg is the 4th most downloaded paper from International Journal o...

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  • Prof. H. Alfredsson new member of IVA

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) at its recent gathering elected seven new members among them our colleague Prof. Henrik Alfred...

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  • Money-rain over FLOW researchers

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    A large number of FLOW researchers have received funding from Swedish Science Council (VR). The researchers who have received funding are:

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  • FLOW PhD among ERCOFTAC da Vinci Student Award finalists

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    This year's final of da Vinci competition was hold on October 15 at CORIA, Rouen, France. Lailai Zhu was among the five finalists who presented their...

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  • New device could improve biomarker analyses

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    FLOW researchers have proposed an advance in cell sorting technology that could lead to lower costs, increased accuracy and quicker analysis of biomar...

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  • Sweden's fastest supercomputer at KTH

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    KTH's supercomputer, Lindgren, has reached age of retirement. KTH and collaborators investing 170 million SEK in a new computer which will be the fast...

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  • FLOW researchers test World Cup match ball

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Our colleagues have tested the new World Cup match ball.

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  • FLOW Paper published in Nature Communications (June 2014)

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Hydrodynamic alignment and assembly of nanofibrils resulting in strong cellulose filaments Karl M. O. Håkansson, Andreas Fall, Fredrik Lundell, Shu...

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  • Air current tracking may make flights greener

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Researchers at Linné FLOW Centre Fluid Mechanics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology are notching up further successes and have recently received a n...

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  • FLOW Paper published in PRL (April 2014)

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Recurrent Bursts via Linear Processes in Turbulent Environments Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 144502 (2014) Geert Brethouwer,Philipp Schlatter,Yohann Dugue...

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  • The professor gets his hands dirty

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    After four decades at KTH, physics professor Henrik Alfredsson goes to Scania to work with engineers in the workshop. The goal of this project is to b...

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  • 23.5 millions for high-speed cameras

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Prof. Jens Fransson and his colleagues has received a grant for Odqvist laboratory for experimental MUlti-SCaLE mechanics – MUSCLE.

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  • New Wings Minimize Emissions

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    In the new KTH & Co IMPACT magazine, FLOW research is featured as one of about 20 cases where KTH describes is best research that has a clear societal...

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  • Prof. Luca Brandt has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Prof. Luca Brandt has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant, starting from April 2014.

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  • Lisa Prahl Wittberg co-author of the winning paper of the TAPPI Jasper Mardon Prize 2013

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    The presentation “Bridging Chemical Dosage, Mixing Quality and Variability in Paper Sheets” by Paul Krochak, Bo Norman, Giuseppe Carmine Fasci, and Li...

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  • Prof. Henrik Alfredsson member of editorial board for Philosophical Transactions A of the Royal Soci

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Prof. Henrik Alfredsson has been elected as member of editorial board for Philosophical Transactions A of the Royal Society for a three-years period (...

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  • FLOW researcher learns kids about vortices in a TV program

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    See Fredrik Lundell explaining physics of vortices in the popular TV program 'Hjärnkontoret'

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  • Philipp Schlatter elected as Wallenberg Academy Fellow

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    Wallenberg Academy Fellows, the career programme for young researchers launched by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation in 2012, provides long-ter...

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  • The “Long Pipe” in CICLoPE is shaping up

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    CICLoPE (Centre for International Cooperation in Long Pipe Experiments) is an international cooperation between several research institutions intended...

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  • Prof. Arne Johansson elected as APS Fellow

    Published Oct 26, 2017

    The Council of the American Physical Society at its September 2013 meeting acted favorbaly on Prof. Johansson's nomination for Fellowship in the Socie...

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