CEDAR email: Cargese summer school/workshop "Waves, Instabilities and Turbulence in Geophysical and Astrophysical flows", 8-19 July 2019
harvey at lasp.colorado.edu
Thu Sep 20 16:05:00 MDT 2018
*Attn: Grad Students and Postdocs*
> *Summer school/Workshop "Waves, Instabilities and Turbulences in
> Geophysical and Astrophysical Flows"*
> ***July 8 - July 19, 2019*
> IESC Cargese, Corsica, France
> *Scientific scope*
> Understanding the dynamics of geophysical and astrophysical systems,
> such as oceans, atmospheres, planetary cores, stellar interiors,
> accretion disks, remains a tremendous interdisciplinary task. Beyond
> the challenge in fundamental fluid mechanics to understand these
> extraordinary flows involving rotation, buoyancy, magnetic fields, at
> typical scales well beyond our day-to-day experience, a global
> knowledge of the involved processes is fundamental to a better
> understanding of the dynamics of these systems.
> Much research efforts have been devoted to understanding geophysical
> and astrophysical flows, within and between the various communities
> of Mechanics, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Planetary and
> Earth Sciences, Astrophysics... While open questions from the various
> application domains actually rely on the same fundamental concepts and
> phenomena, lots of progresses have been made within each enclosed
> domain, with only marginal cross-fertilisations. The objective of the
> workshop is to go beyond this state. Our goal is to bring together
> researchers interested in geophysical and astrophysical fluid
> dynamics, and to provide for students and confirmed researchers, the
> fundamental fluid mechanics background as well as the last research
> developments on waves, instabilities and turbulence in the contexts of
> oceans, atmospheres, planetary cores, stellar interiors and accretion
> TheCenter for Scientific Studies in Cargese, Corsica, France (IESC)
> (http://www.iesc.univ-corse.fr/) .
> One week of school including five 4h courses, five 1h invited lectures
> and a poster session (8-13 july).
> One week of workshop including six 1h invited lectures and 60
> contributed talks (14-19 july).
> Please go to the website (https://witgaf2019.sciencesconf.org/ ) to
> pre-register and submit an abstract for a talk or a poster (deadline:
> February 1, 2019).
> **Fluid mechanics topics such as
> - Inertial waves and internal waves (attractors, internal shear
> layers, nonlinear interactions)
> - Instabilities (MRI, SRI, ZVI, ...)
> - MHD waves and Dynamo (Geodynamos, Experiments)
> - Turbulences (wave turbulence, rotating/stratified/MHD turbulence)
> applied to
> - Oceans
> - Atmospheres
> - Planetary cores
> - Stellar interiors
> - Accretion disks.
> *Invited speakers*
> For the courses (4h)
> * C. Staquet (Grenoble, France). Waves, instabilities. Oceans and
> * J. Noir (Zurich, Switzerland). Inertial waves. Planets.
> * T. Rogers (Newcastle, UK). Waves. Instabilities. Stars.
> * S. Fauve (Paris, France). Dynamo. Turbulence.
> * H. Latter (Cambridge, UK). Instabilities. Accretion Disks.
> For the lectures (1h)
> * T. Akylas (Boston, USA). Waves, instabilities. Oceans
> * S. Legg (Princeton, USA). Waves. Mixing. Oceans
> * J. Alexander (Boulder, USA). Atmospheres.
> * P. Read (Oxford, UK). Instabilities. Atmospheres.
> * K. Zhang (Exeter, UK). Waves, instabilities. Planets.
> * K. Julien (Boulder, USA). Waves, instabilities. Planets.
> * D. Lecoanet (Princeton, USA). Waves, instabilities. Stars.
> * S. Tobias (Leeds, UK). Turbulence. MHD. Planets and Stars.
> * S. Galtier (Palaiseau, France). Wave turbulence. Cosmology.
> * R. Kerswell (Cambridge, UK). Instabilities, Turbulence. Oceans
> and Accretion disks.
> * P. Armitage (Boulder, USA). Accretion disks.
> *Scientific committee*
> **Jon Aurnou (Los Angeles, USA)
> Phil Marcus (Berkeley, USA)
> Gordon Ogilvie (Cambridge, UK)
> Andrew Soward (Newcastle, UK)
> Chantal Staquet (Grenoble, France)
> Bruce Sutherland (Edmonton, Canada)
> *Organising committee*
> **Benjamin Favier, Michael Le Bars, Stéphane Le Dizès, Patrice Le Gal,
> Patrice Meunier (IRPHE, Marseille, France)
V. Lynn Harvey
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
3665 Discovery Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
email: lynn.harvey at lasp.colorado.edu
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