First year: M1 "APPLIED MECHANICS"                              

Course description


Course description
  • First semester
  • English or French
  • Mechanics of continuum media
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Experimental techniques and methods (I)
  • Numerical methods in fluid mechanics (I)
  • Image and signal processing
  • Convection in industrial and geophysical flows
  • Research project

  • Second semester
  • English or French
  • Experimental techniques and methods (II)
  • Numerical methods in fluid mechanics (II)
  • Introduction to instability and turbulence
  • Waves in fluids
  • Introduction to Geophysical fluid dynamics
  • Environmental flows
  • Research project (cont'd)
  • First semester
  • Lectures
  • Atmospheric boundary layer I: from fundamentals to air quality
  • Atmospheric boundary layer II: large-scale and mountain meteorology
  • Exchange across air-water interfaces
  • Free-surface hydraulics and sediment transport
  • Ocean dynamics
  • Renewable marine energy
  • Turbulence in fluids (mandatory)
  • Waves in fluids and applications
  • Tools and methods
  • Data assimilation
  • Flow measurement science and technology
  • French or English* (mandatory)
  • Machine learning for environmental sciences
  • Scientific computing (mandatory)
  • Signal and information processing in fluid mechanics

  • Second semester
  • Five-month research internship in a laboratory or in the R&D department of a company

* or any other language of your choice if your level of French and English is already C1/C2.
Director: Chantal STAQUET
Master's committee : Jean-Martial COHARD - Emmanuel COSME - Hubert GALLEE - David HURTHER - Joel SOMMERIA
Master's Program in
Environmental Fluid Mechanics

University Grenoble Alpes
Grenoble, FRANCE
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