School/Workshop on Wave Dynamics: Turbulent vs Integrable Effects | (smr 3869)
Starts 28 Aug 2023
Ends 1 Sep 2023
Central European Time
Kastler Lecture Hall (AGH)
Adriatico Guest House
Riva Massimiliano e Carlotta, Grignano
I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
An ICTP meeting in person
The insurgence of turbulent vs integrable behavior is a classical topic of fundamental importance in physics, mathematics. The goal of this school/ workshop is to bring together different communities working in nearby topics of wave dynamics to foster interactions which can benefit each group.
The relevant equations describing these phenomena come from dispersive partial differential equations and fluid dynamics, describing propagation and interaction of nonlinear wave phenomena in dispersive media, encompassing both dynamic and stochastic aspects of wave propagation. Recently, several theoretical and experimental outcomes in the field of dispersive and fluids equations have opened up new areas for research, with intriguing open issues in both theory and applications. On one side, experimental and theoretical physicists working on insurgence of turbulent dynamics, rogue wave formations, experimental fluid dynamics. On the other side, mathematicians working analytically on integrable systems, soliton gases, stability and perturbation theory, KAM and normal forms of dispersive and fluids equations, and rigorous derivations of wave kinetic equations and (generalized) hydrodynamic equations.
Turbulent dynamics and wave kinetic equations
Rogue wave formations
Soliton gas and generalized hydrodynamic
KAM theory and normal forms
G. DEMATTEIS, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA
G. EL, University of Northumbria, UK
Z. HANI, University of Michigan, USA
R. JENKINS, University of Central Florida, USA
K. MCLAUGHLIN, Tulane University, USA
S. NAZARENKO, Insitute de Physique de Nice, France
G. STAFFILANI, MIT, USA
M. BERTOLA, Concordia University, Canada
G. BIONDINI, University of Buffalo, USA
A. DHAR, ICTS-TIFR, Bengaluru, India
L. FRANZOI, NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
R. GRANDE, ENS Paris, France
Z. HASSAINA, NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
R. LUCA, BECAM Bilbao, Spain
P. MILLER, University of Michigan, USA
B. PRINARI, University of Buffalo, USA
M. PROCESI, Roma 3, Italy
P. SURET, University of Lille, France
F. J. TORRES DE LIZAUR, University of Seville, Spain
Call for Contributed Abstracts: In the application form, all applicants are encouraged to submit a brief abstract for a poster presentation. A limited number of contributed abstracts will be selected for the poster session.
Grants: A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries. There is no registration fee.
ERC STARTING GRANT 2021, "Hamiltonian Dynamics, Normal Forms and Water Waves" (HamDyWWa), Project Number: 101039762.