Comings & Goings
2006 FLOW-3D Users Conference Proceedings now available!
Flow Science held its 2006 FLOW-3D World Users Conference and Advanced Training in Denver, Colorado, September 20-22, 2006. FLOW-3D users presented a wide-variety of applications using FLOW-3D. Go here for a list of presenters and their topics. To request the conference proceedings of FLOW-3D user conferences, please contact Amanda Ruggles.
New Staff Additions
Paula Del Colle
Flow Science has recently added two new members to its team: Prasad Tota and Paula Del Colle.
Prasad joined on September 25th as a Support Engineer working with the technical support team. Prasad will receive his Masters Degree in Science and Aerospace Engineering from Iowa State University in December 2006. His B.Tech is in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2004.
Paula joined on October 1st, as our Administrative Assistant. When she's not learning the ropes at Flow Science or chasing cows off the 65 acres that she tends, Paula spends her time gardening, birding and editing her father's memoir.
Welcome Prasad and Paula!
The next scheduled dates for FLOW-3D training are December 5-8, 2006, February 6-9, 2007, and April 3-6, 2007.
Music to our Ears
Philip Barkhudarov, Michael Barkhudarov's son, reports from college: "I'm now in my last undergraduate year studying physics at University College Utrecht (a part of Utrecht University) in the Netherlands. I've been singing in choirs for some years, and this year I joined the Domcantorij choir, the main cathedral choir in Utrecht. This .wma file is a sample of my own recordings from the past year, in which I sing each voice part of an a cappella choir piece and then mix the voices using Acoustica Mixcraft. The end result is a choir sound comprising entirely of my one voice. The sample is part of a piece called Miserere by Gregorio Allegri. I will also be performing it shortly in the Utrecht cathedral with the Domcantorij (where, rest assured, I will sing bass!)."