PhD under the supervision of Thierry Dauxois within the internal wave group that includes S. Joubaud and P. Odier.
The PhD student will also benefit from an important collaboration with Evgeny Ermanyuk, Deputy Director of the Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics in Novosibirsk (Russian Federation).
Environmental fluid dynamics: confronting grand challenges
that will be held in Les Houches, France from 20-25 January 2019.
Environmental fluid dynamics underlies a wealth of natural, industrial and,
by extension, societal challenges. In the coming decade, as we strive towards
a more sustainable planet, there are a wide range of grand challenge problems
that need to be tackled, ranging from fundamental advances in understanding
and modeling of stratified turbulence and consequent mixing, to applied studies
of pollution transport in the ocean, atmosphere and urban environments.
The objective of the event is to gather leading figures in the field of environmental
fluid dynamics to produce a road map for the scientific community.
Statphys26: The 26th IUPAP International conference on Statistical Physics took place in Lyon from July, 18th to 22nd in 2016.
The conference covered a wide range of topics including traditional aspects of statistical mechanics, such as applications to hard and soft condensed matter, phase transitions, disordered systems and non-equilibrium physics, as well as emergent and modern applications such as turbulence, signal processing, complex systems and mathematics.
Winter 2015:Physics of Long-Range Interacting Systems, a new lecture at the graduate level (Master 2). This lecture provide a satisfactory understanding of properties generally considered as oddities only a couple of decades ago: ensemble inequivalence, negative specific heat, negative susceptibility, ergodicity breaking, out-of-equilibrium quasi-stationary-states, anomalous diffusion, etc.
We describe the theoretical and computational instruments needed for addressing the study of both equilibrium and dynamical properties of systems subject to long-range forces. We discuss also the applications of such techniques to the most relevant examples of long-range systems.
Fermi, Pasta, Ulam, and a mysterious lady (2008). The first-ever numerical experiment was performed in 1954 by a very young woman, Mary Tsingou. After decades of omission, it is time to recognize her contribution.