Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse

General description of the institution

Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (Toulouse INP) is one of the founding members of the Université de Toulouse and federates six engineering schools and 17 research institutes in the fields of engineering, environment and agronomy.


Description of the Institute

Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse (IMFT) is a Research Centre in Toulouse belonging to Toulouse INP, Université Paul Sabatier and CNRS. Approximately 200 members conduct fundamental and applied research in diverse fields of Fluids Dynamics within five groups (Two-phases flows, Combustion, Aerodynamics, Environment, Porous media).


–   CFD of Inline Fluid Separation (ESR 6)
–   New CFD models for interface topology changes on large scales
–   Lead of WP “Process modeling”
–   Final Symposium Spring 2021

Key Persons





Prof. Dr. Dominique Legendre: Supervisor ESR 6; Training of ESR 5 in Two-phase flows modeling (Euler/lagrange); Training in Bubble/Drop/Particle dynamics

Prof. Dr. Eric Climent: Bubbly flows; Centrifugal Separation; Training of ESR 8 in CFD for mixing in batch reactors

Dr. Rémi Zamansky: Dispersion; Turbulence; Co-supervisor of ESR 5; Training in Turbulence

Annaig Pédrono: CFD developments; Training in HPC and CFD

Hanane Atmani: ESR 6, Project: Hybrid CFD simulation of two-phase flow in inline flow splitters using VOF and Lagrangian models