On 12 December 2017 INI will be hosting an afternoon of talks and discussions focused on the work of physicist Konrad Bajer (1956-2014).
Bajer, who obtained his PhD from Trinity College, Cambridge, and led a fluid dynamics research group at the University of Warsaw, was well known for his work on magnetohydrodynamics and the processes of turbulence. Speakers at the symposium will include many of those who knew him best, including long-term collaborators, his first PhD student, and his mentors.
The event will take place in INI’s Seminar Room 2 and will run from 13:30-18:00. Attendance is free and open to the public, though space will be limited. A full schedule of the talks and speakers can be found below:
13:30 – A. Herczyński | Introductory remarks by a classmate
13:45 – M. Lisicki | Former undergraduate student
14:15 – K. Mizerski | First PhD student in Warsaw
14:45 – M. Dudyński | Long-time collaborator
> 15:15 Tea break
15:45 – T. Lipniacki | Research collaborator
16:15 – A. Gilbert | Fellow PhD student at DAMTP
17:00 – H.K. Moffatt | Mentor and collaborator
> 18:00 Drinks Reception in INI main building