This morning students met in groups and worked on their projects.
After lunch Michael Stoellinger gave a presentation on modeling turbulent flames. The students were able to see where the stochastic differential equations that they are looking at are applied. This also gave students a good introduction to some computations that can be done efficiently on computers that they will be seeing at NCAR in Boulder. After the talk Mike gave a short derivation of the new stochastic model for turbulent flow in combustion reactions.
Now students are meeting with Bryan and Greg to talk about the paper that they submitted last week and where they need to go in the next few weeks. Keep up the good work everyone!!