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33rd Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Seoul National University, South Korea, POSTPONED TO 2022

Le 1 janvier 2022

June 22-26, 2020
Abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2020

Seoul National University, South Korea

Session 1.2 Nonlinear analysis and simulation of intermittent space and/or time fields Convened by Daniel Scherzer and James Cho. Abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2020.

33rd Conference on Mathematical Geophysics 

 

POSTPONED TO 2022 
Seoul National University, South Korea

 

Session 1.2 Nonlinear analysis and simulation of intermittent space and/or time fields

Convened by Daniel Scherzer, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech and Imperial College London, Daniel.Schertzer@enpc.fr 
and James Cho,  Flatiron Institute, New York, jcho@flatironinstitute.org 

Intermittency is ubiquitous in nonlinear systems, particularly those in geophysics.  In the past few decades, a key interdisciplinary topic of dynamical systems and turbulence has thus emerged, permitting Important progress to be achieved.  However, much remains to be done — e.g., to clarify what are the similarities and differences between various approaches as well as between properties of various systems.  Currently, there are approaches, both theoretical and empirical, based on (multi-) singular measures and on topological properties.  Systems-wise, there are systems with only a few degrees of freedom, as well as systems with very large number of degrees of freedom.  

This session therefore  welcomes any communication aiming to foster new developments on intermittency ranging from data-driven research to mathematical physics.

Abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2020