Crossed Pathways in Turbulence
Understanding fluid turbulence is often depicted as one of the last mystery to be unraveled in classical physics. Several recent advances in this field will be presented during this two-days conference by recognized experts in the field of fluid turbulence. The cross-fertilization between fluid turbulence and other topics such as statistical physcis or biophysics will also be at the heart of this conference: several tools and concepts involved in fluid turbulence modeling have been applied or borrowed from other fields.
A special session will be dedicated to the contributions of Alain Pumir and Jean-François Pinton, at the occasion of their 60th birthday.
Alain Barrat, Eberhard Bodenschatz, Javier Burguete, Michael Chertkov, Francesca Chilla, Luminita Danaila, Bérengère Dubrulle, Gregory Falkovich, Cary Forest, Peter Frick, Rainer Grauer, Peter Holdsworth, Patrice Le Gal, Emmanuel Lévêque, Stefan Luther, Pablo Mininni, Paul Manneville, Bernhard Mehlig, Yves Pomeau, Yannick Ponty, Annick Pouquet, Mark Rast, Yanick Ricard, Michael Wilkinson and Haitao Xu.