Program

SATURDAY, 12 OCTOBER

8:30 –  Welcoming remarks
8:50 –  Guenter Ahlers: Rayleigh-Bénard convection: from patterns through chaos to “ultimate” turbulence
9:30 –  Jim Jenkins: Particle segregation in dense, inclined flows
10:10 –  BREAK
10:40 –  Sidney Nagel: Memory and aging
11:20 –  Bulbul Chakraborty: Rigidity of granular solids

12:00 – LUNCH
1:30 – Hans Herrmann: Aeolian transport of sand
2:10 – Antoinette Tordesillas: Bob’s disks through Diderot’s D’Alembert’s dream
2:50 – POSTER SESSION
4:20 –  Joshua Dijksman and Nicolas Brodu: Squeezing balls — imaging of three dimensional forces in particle packings
5:00 – Dave Schaeffer: Well-posed and ill-posed regimes in μ(I) rheology
5:30 – Horst Meyer: Robert Behringer : Reminiscences from his early and later  years at Duke

5:50 – ADJOURN
6:30 – BANQUET

SUNDAY, 13 OCTOBER

8:50 –  Andrea Bertozzi:  Particle laden flow: theory and experiment
9:30 –  Heinrich Jaeger: Dynamic Jamming and Propagating Jamming Fronts
10:10 – Xia Hong: Avalanches of Rearrangements in 2D Emulsion Hopper Flow
10:20 – Matthew Pinson: Statistical Physics of Concrete: Water Sorption and its Applications
10:30 – Dapeng Bi: Energy barriers govern glassy dynamics in tissues
10:40 –  BREAK
11:10 –  Stephan Luding: News about the memory of jamming and shear jamming
11:50 –  Mark Shattuck: Frictional Families
12:30 – ADJOURN

AFTERNOON
Duke Gardens visit.
Behringer lab tour with current students and postdocs

Duke President Richard Broadhead Visits the Robert P. Behringer