Publications
Last updated January 2016
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Articles in scientific journals
Last updated January 2016
[45]  T.
NEMOTO, F BOUCHET, R.L. JACK, and V.
LECOMTE, 2016, Population dynamics
method with a multicanonical feedback
control,
arXiv:1601.06648, [.pdf] 
[44]  F
BOUCHET and J. WOUTERS, 2016, Rare
event computation in deterministic
chaotic systems using genealogical
particle analysis,
arXiv:1511.02703, [.pdf] 
[43] 
F. BOUCHET, K. GAWEDZKI, and C.
NARDINI, 2016, Perturbative
calculation of quasipotential in
nonequilibrium diffusions: a
meanfield example,
arXiv:1509.03273, [.pdf] 
[42] 
F. BOUCHET and J. REYGNER, 2016,
Generalisation of the EyringKramers
transition rate formula to
irreversible diffusion processes, arXiv:1507.02104, [.pdf] 
[41] 
A. RENAUD, A. VENAILLE, and F BOUCHET,
2016, Equilibrium statistical
mechanics and energy partition for the
shallow water model,
arXiv:1505.01356, [.pdf] 
[40] 
F. BOUCHET, T. GRAFKE, T. TANGARIFE,
and E. VANDENEIJNDEN, 2016, Large
Deviations in Fast–Slow Systems,
Journal of Statistical Physics,
2015, p. 120,
arXiv:1510.02227, [.pdf] 
[39]  J.
ROLLAND, F. BOUCHET, E.
SIMONNET, 2016, Computing
transition rates for the
1D stochastic
GinzburgLandauAllenCahn
equation for
finiteamplitude noise
with a rare event
algorithm,

[38] 
J. LAURIE and F. BOUCHET, 2014,
Computation of rare transitions in the
barotropic quasigeostrophic
equations, New
J. Phys. 17 (2015) 015009,
[.pdf] 
[37]  F.
BOUCHET, C. NARDINI, and T. TANGARIFE,
2014, Stochastic averaging, large
deviations, and random transitions for
the dynamics of 2D and geostrophic
turbulent vortices., Fluid
Dyn. Res. 46 (2014) 061416.

[36]  F.
BOUCHET, J. LAURIE, and O. ZABORONSKI,
2014, Langevin dynamics, large
deviations and instantons for the
quasigeostrophic model and
twodimensional Euler equations,
accepted for publication in J. Stat.
Phys (May 2014), arXiv preprint
arXiv:1403.0216 [.pdf] 
[35]  S.
THALABARD, B. DUBRULLE, and F.
BOUCHET, 2014, Statistical mechanics
of the 3D axisymmetric Euler equations
in a TaylorCouette geometry. J. Stat.
Mech.: Theory and Experiment, 1,
P01005. [.pdf] 
[34]  F
BOUCHET, C NARDINI, T TANGARIFE, 2013,
Kinetic theory of jet dynamics in the
stochastic barotropic and 2D
NavierStokes equations, J. Stat.
Phys., Volume 153, Issue 4, pp 572625
[.pdf] 
[33]  M.
POTTERS, T. VAILLANT, F. BOUCHET,
2013, Sampling microcanonical measures
of the 2D Euler equations using
Creutz’s algorithm: a phase transition
from disorder to order when energy is
increased, , Journal of Statistical
Mechanics: Theory and Experiment,
2013(02), P02017 [.pdf] 
[32]  C.
NARDINI, S. GUPTA, S. RUFFO, T.
DAUXOIS, and F. BOUCHET, 2012, Kinetic
theory of nonequilibrium stochastic
longrange systems: phase transition
and bistability, J. Stat. Mech., 12,
P12010. [.pdf] 
[31]  F.
BOUCHET, and H. TOUCHETTE, 2012,
Nonclassical large deviations for a
noisy system with nonisolated
attractors, J. Stat. Mech., P05028 [.pdf] 
[30]  C.
NARDINI, S. GUPTA, S. RUFFO, T.
DAUXOIS, and F. BOUCHET, 2012, Kinetic
theory for nonequilibrium stationary
states in longrange interacting
systems, J. Stat. Mech., L01002
[.pdf] 
[29]  F
BOUCHET, and A. VENAILLE, 2012,
Statistical mechanics of
twodimensional and geophysical flows,
Physics Reports, 515, 5, June 2012,
227–295 [.pdf] 
[28]  B.,T.
NADIGA, and F. BOUCHET, 2011, The
equivalence of the LagrangianAveraged
NavierStokesalpha Model and the
Rational LES model in two dimensions,
Phys. Fluids 23, 095105 [.pdf] 
[27]  A.
VENAILLE, and F. BOUCHET, 2011, Ocean
rings and jets as statistical
equilibrium states, Journal of
Physical Oceanography, 41, 10,
18601873. [.pdf] 
[26]  A.
VENAILLE, and F. BOUCHET, 2011,
Solvable phase diagrams and ensemble
inequivalence for twodimensional and
geophysical turbulent flows, J. Stat.
Phys. 143, 2, 346380 [.pdf] 
[25]  A.
OLIVETTI, J. BARRE, B. MARCOS, F.
BOUCHET, and R. KAISER, 2011,
Breathing dynamics for systems of
interacting particles in the
microcanonical and canonical
descriptions, Transport
Theory and Statistical Physics, 39,
57, 524551 [.pdf ] 
[24]  F.
BOUCHET, S. GUPTA, and D. MUKAMEL,
2010, Thermodynamics and dynamics of
systems with longrange interactions,
2010, proceedings of the summer School
FPSPXII, Physica A, Volume 389, Issue
20, 15 October 2010, Pages 43894405 [.pdf] 
[23] 
F. BOUCHET, and M.
CORVELLEC, 2010, Invariant
measures of the of the 2D Euler
and Vlasov equations, J. Stat.
Mech., 8, 08021 [.pdf]

[22]  F. Bouchet
and H. Morita, Large time
behavior and asymptotic stability of
the twodimensional Euler and
linearized Euler equations,
ArXiv eprints (2009). [ .pdf ] 
[21]  A. Olivetti,
J. Barré,
B. Marcos, F. Bouchet, and
R. Kaiser, Breathing mode
for systems of interacting particles,
to be published in Phys.
Rev. Lett. 103, 224301,(2009).
[ .pdf ] 
[20]  A. Venaille
and
F. Bouchet, Statistical
Ensemble Inequivalence and
Bicritical Points for
TwoDimensional Flows and
Geophysical Flows, Physical
Review Letters 102 (2009),
no. 10, 104501+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[19]  F. Bouchet
and E. Simonnet, Random
Changes of Flow Topology in
TwoDimensional and Geophysical
Turbulence, Physical Review
Letters 102 (2009),
no. 9, 094504+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[18]  F. Bouchet, Simpler
variational problems for statistical
equilibria of the 2d euler equation
and other systems with long range
interactions, Physica D
Nonlinear Phenomena 237
(2008), 19761981. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[17]  F. Bouchet,
T. Dauxois,
D. Mukamel, and S. Ruffo, Phase
space gaps and ergodicity breaking
in systems with longrange
interactions, Phys. Rev. E 77
(2008), no. 1, 011125+. [ DOI  .pdf ] 
[16]  K. Jain,
F. Bouchet, and D. Mukamel,
Relaxation times of unstable
states in systems with long range
interactions, Journal of
Statistical Mechanics: Theory and
Experiment 11 (2007), 8+.
[ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[15]  Y. Y.
Yamaguchi, F. Bouchet, and
T. Dauxois, Algebraic
correlation functions and anomalous
diffusion in the Hamiltonian mean
field model, J. Stat. Mech. 1
(2007), 20+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[14]  J. Barré,
F. Bouchet, T. Dauxois,
S. Ruffo, and Y. Y.
Yamaguchi, The Vlasov equation
and the Hamiltonian meanfield model,
Physica A 365 (2006), 177183.
[ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[13]  F. Bouchet,
T. Dauxois,
and S. Ruffo, Controversy
about the applicability of Tsallis
statistics to the HMF model,
Europhysics News 37 (2006),
910. [ .pdf ] 
[12]  F. Bouchet
and T. Dauxois, Prediction
of anomalous diffusion and algebraic
relaxations for longrange
interacting systems, using classical
statistical mechanics, Phys.
Rev. E 72 (2005), no. 4,
045103+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[11]  F. Bouchet
and
J. Barré, Classification
of Phase Transitions and
Ensemble Inequivalence, in
Systems with Long Range
Interactions, Journal of
Statistical Physics 118
(2005), 10731105. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[10]  J. Barré,
F. Bouchet, T. Dauxois, and
S. Ruffo, Large Deviation
Techniques Applied to Systems with
LongRange Interactions,
Journal of Statistical Physics 119
(2005), 677713. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[9]  P. H.
Chavanis, J. Vatteville, and
F. Bouchet, Dynamics and
thermodynamics of a simple model
similar to selfgravitating systems:
the HMF model, European
Physical Journal B 46 (2005),
6199. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[8]  P. H.
Chavanis and F. Bouchet, On
the coarsegrained evolution of
collisionless stellar systems,
Astronomy and Astrophysics 430
(2005), 771778. [ DOI  .pdf ] 
[7]  T. Tatekawa,
F. Bouchet,
T. Dauxois, and S. Ruffo, Thermodynamics
of the selfgravitating ring model,
Phys. Rev. E 71 (2005),
no. 5, 056111+. [ DOI  .pdf ] 
[6]  F. Bouchet,
Stochastic process of equilibrium
fluctuations of a system with
longrange interactions, Phys.
Rev. E 70 (2004), no. 3,
036113+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[5]  Y. Y.
Yamaguchi, J. Barré,
F. Bouchet, T. Dauxois, and
S. Ruffo, Stability criteria
of the Vlasov equation and
quasistationary states of the HMF
model, Physica A Statistical
Mechanics and its Applications 337
(2004), 3666. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[4]  F. Bouchet,
F. Cecconi,
and A. Vulpiani, Minimal
Stochastic Model for Fermi's
Acceleration, Physical Review
Letters 92 (2004), no. 4,
040601+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[1Ter]  F. Bouchet,
Parameterization of two
dimensionnal turbulence using an
anisotropic maximum entropy
principle, condmat/0305205
(2003). [ .pdf ] 
[1Bis]  F. Bouchet
and T. Dumont, Emergence of
the great red spot of jupiter from
random initial conditions,
condmat/0305206 (2003). [ .pdf ] 
[3]  J. Barré,
F. Bouchet, T. Dauxois, and
S. Ruffo, Birth and
longtime stabilization of
outofequilibrium coherent
structures, European Physical
Journal B 29 (2002), 577591.
[ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[2]  J. Barré,
F. Bouchet, T. Dauxois, and
S. Ruffo, OutofEquilibrium
States as Statistical Equilibria of
an Effective Dynamics in a System
with LongRange Interactions,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 89 (2002),
no. 11, 110601+. [ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[1]  F. Bouchet
and J. Sommeria, Emergence
of intense jets and Jupiter's Great
Red Spot as maximumentropy
structures, Journal of Fluid
Mechanics 464 (2002), 165207.
[ DOI 
.pdf ] 
[1] 
M CORVELLEC, F
BOUCHET, A complete theory of
lowenergy phase diagrams for
twodimensional turbulence steady
states and equilibria, arXiv:1207.1966
[ .pdf ] 
Books
I am author and editor of the book
F. Bouchet, B. Audoly, and J.A. Sepulcre, Peyresq lectures on nonlinear phenomena, World scientist.
Cédric Villani, field medalist, was kind enough to report our discussion related to Landau damping in one chapter of his book "birth of a theorem" ("Théorème vivant" pour l'édition française)
Book chapters
[5] F. BOUCHET, and A. VENAILLE, Zonal flows as statistical equilibria, under review for publication in the book Zonal Flows, edited by Boris Galperin, and to be published by Cambridge University Press. HAL, [.pdf] 
[4] F. BOUCHET, C. NARDINI AND T. TANGARIFE, Kinetic theory and quasilinear theories of jet dynamics, under review for publication in the book Zonal Flows, edited by Boris Galperin, and to be published by Cambridge University Press. HAL, [.pdf] 
[3] F. BOUCHET, C. NARDINI, T. TANGARIFE, 2014, Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics of the stochastic Navier–Stokes equations and geostrophic turbulence, in 5th Warsaw School of Statistical Physics, Editors B. Cichocki, M. Napiorkowski and J. Piasecki, and HAL, [.pdf] 
[2] F. BOUCHET, and A. VENAILLE, 2012, Applications of Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics to Atmospheres and Oceans, in Peyresq Lectures on Nonlinear Phenomena, vol 3, World Scientific edition, [.pdf] 
[1] F. BOUCHET, J. BARRE, and A. VENAILLE, 2008, Equilibrium and out of equilibrium phase transitions in systems with long range interactions and in 2D flows, in in DYNAMICS AND THERMODYNAMICS OF SYSTEMS WITH LONG RANGE INTERACTIONS: Theory and Experiments, AIP Conf. Proc., 970, pp. 117152, arXiv:0802.2670, [.pdf] 
Conference proceedings
To be completed
Posters
Poster
Jupiter's
Great
Red
Spot
as a Statistical Equilibrium
Poster
Out
of
Equilibrium
Phase Transitions and Flow
Bistability
Poster
Ocean
Jets
and
Vortices as Statistical Equilibria
Colloquium, research lectures and seminars
Turbulence and large
deviation theory: Seminar
given during the Workshop
on Instantons and Extreme Events in
Turbulence and Dynamical Systems, held
at Rio de Janeiro in December 2015 [movie]
[slides]
Large
deviation theory for atmosphere jets:
Seminar given during the Workshop
on Instantons and Extreme Events in Turbulence
and Dynamical Systems, held at Rio de
Janeiro in December 2015 [movie]
[slides]
June 2014: Seminar at the conference "Mathematical Hydrodynamics" at Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris
This is an example of a seminar about large deviations in geophysical fluid dynamics intended at researchers in mathematics: Abrupt transitions and large deviations in geophysical turbulent flows
See the movie on Vimeo.
Slides.
Slides lecture 1.
Slides lecture 2.
Slides lecture 3.
Warsaw school of statistical physics lecture notes
June 2013: Lectures at the 5th Warsaw school of statistical physics (at Kazimierz).
Slides lecture 1.
Slides lecture 2.
Slides lecture 3.
Lecture notes
Lectures given at the spring school "Kinetic Theory and Fluid Mechanics" :
I) Introduction
II) Equilibrium Statistical mechanics of the 2D Euler equations
III) Kinetic theory of the 2D Euler and stochastic NavierStokes equations
IV) Nonequilibrium phase transitions and large deviations in the 2D stochastic NavierStokes equations