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I need a logo for our research group "SIGMA", which is an abbreviation for "SImulations of Geophysical Multi-phAse flows", based at Stanford University. We develop computer simulations of geophysical systems such as erupting volcanoes, tsunamis running up on shore or melting glaciers. The target audience is academia as well as the general public. This webpage is part of an outreach effort, so it should be appealing to both scientists and non-scientists. We're looking for a logo that reflects both the sophistication and quantitative nature of what we're doing and the fun we're having doing it. It is important to us that in addition to the acronym "SIGMA", the Greek letter "sigma" is incorporated somewhere (either upper or lower case or both). Ideally, the logo should entail some connection to the Earth, but this is not a requirement.
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The attribute "multi-phase" refers to the fact that these flows are not pure liquids, but behave more complexly due to the presence of a solid (e.g. ice) or a gaseous phase (e.g. bubbles) in the fluid.
As additional background, lower case sigma is the symbol we use for stress, i.e. force per area, and upper case sigma is the summation sign we use in many of our numerical derivations.