Statistical mechanics tools led to considerable advances in the study of turbulent flows. The complexity of real turbulent flows stimulated new problems in statistical physics. The goal of this meeting is to explore the most recent questions at the interface between these two fields.

  1. -Statistical field theories, symmetries, and invariant measures

  2. -Statistics of the large scales of turbulence

  3. -Fluctuations in transport processes

  4. -Quantum turbulence, wave turbulence, and thermalization

Main topics

Scientific Committee

  1. -Eberhard Bodenschatz (Goettingen)

  2. -Rahul Pandit (Bangalore)

  3. -Itamar Procaccia (Rehovot)

  1. -Gregory Falkovich (Rehovot)

  2. -Giorgio Parisi (Rome)

  3. -Alain Pumir (Nice)

  1. -Uriel Frisch (Nice)

  2. -Jean-Francois Pinton (Lyon)

  3. -Angelo Vulpiani (Rome)

Organizing Committee

Jeremie Bec, Freddy Bouchet, Francois Gallaire, Eric Simonnet, Dario Vincenzi

(CNRS - Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France)

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