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Spring School on Wave Turbulence 24/05/2020
24 Mai - 29 Mai 2020
Organisateurs : Nicolas Mordant, Laure Saint-Raymond, Pierre-Philippe Cortet
Wave Turbulence aims at describing the statistical state of assemblies of large numbers of non-linear waves, in systems such as elastic waves in plates, optical waves, surface water waves, bulk waves in conductive, rotating, and/or stratified fluids. In the weakly nonlinear limit, Wave (or Weak) Turbulence Theory uses classical tools of out of equilibrium statistical physics to predict energy transfers in these systems. A major concern is to understand the underlying assumptions of this theory and what are the main processes that restrict its validity. This spring school aims a gathering Mathematicians and Physicists for an interdisciplinary meeting. The courses will cover a vast panorama of issues from mathematics, physical theory, experiments and field measurements in Wave Turbulence. Both researchers and students are welcome.