# Program

## Abstracts

## Riding 60 Waves with Sergey Nazarenko

Monday 02, 08:50

## Wave turbulence: A story far from over

Alan Newell Monday 02, 09:00

Wave turbulence has had many successes, but there are also many open questions and challenges. ** Read more**

## Wave Turbulence in chains

Miguel Onorato Monday 02, 10:15

In this presentation, I will provide a critical overview of the outcomes achieved within the framework of one-dimensional chains. ** Read more**

## Kinetics of 2D Boussinesq: Beyond the realm of classical wave turbulence

Michal Shavit Monday 02, 16:00

The 2D Boussinesq equation is a non-isotropic, non-canonical Hamiltonian partial differential equation. This turns its kinetic description into an interesting and non-trivial problem. ** Read more**

## How different are the worlds of high (inertial) and low (active) Reynolds number turbulence? Scaling, Universality, and Spottiness.

Samriddhi Sankar Ray Monday 02, 17:15

We address active turbulence with a focus on the issues of (approximate) scale-invariance, intermittency and maximally chaotic states and how they lead to anomalous diffusion in bacterial suspensions. ** Read more**

## Turbulence at the Kolmogorov scale

Bérengère Dubrulle Tuesday 03, 09:00

This talk discusses small scale (sub-Kolmogorov) phenomena and their implications for turbulence theory, using both numerical simulations and a dedicated large turbulent experiment. ** Read more**

## Validity of kinetic equations and renormalization of interaction

Gregory Falkovich Tuesday 03, 10:15

I shall review the recent results on the renormalization of weak turbulence and possibilities of strong turbulence theory. ** Read more**

## Wave Turbulence in the Solar Wind at Electron Scales: Fact or Fiction?

Vincent David Tuesday 03, 16:00

This presentation focuses on the turbulent properties of kinetic Alfven waves, which represent the successive stages of the Alfven wave cascade originating from magnetohydrodynamics scales ** Read more**

## Weak and strong optical turbulence in the Schrödinger Helmholtz Equation

Jonathan Skipp Tuesday 03, 17:15

I will give an overview of results that Sergey has led us to, on the Schrödinger Helmholtz Equation. ** Read more**

## Spectral diffusion in wave turbulence systems with nonlocal interaction.

Sergey Nazarenko Wednesday 04, 09:00

I will report on our recent work on the four-wave systems, the gravity water waves and the MMT waves. ** Read more**

## In search of the energy spectra of internal wave turbulence

Pierre-Philippe Cortet Wednesday 04, 10:15

In this lecture, I will present two recent works, one theoretical and one experimental, which both aim at identifying solutions to the internal gravity wave turbulence problem. ** Read more**

## Wave interactions and turbulence in discrete systems

Davide Proment Thursday 05, 09:00

I will present some work in progress on wave interactions and turbulence in nonlinear optical mesh lattices. ** Read more**

## Long time derivation of wave kinetic equation

Yu Deng Thursday 05, 10:15

We obtain the derivation of the wave kinetic equation (WKE) from the cubic nonlinear Schrodinger equation. ** Read more**

## Universal Scaling States in BEC Wave Turbulence

Ying Zhu Thursday 05, 16:00

This lecture will explore the forefront of research in Bose-Einstein condensates, focusing on the universal scaling states that signify a fundamental aspect of wave turbulence. ** Read more**

## Experiments in surface-wave turbulence: from weak turbulence to shock waves, and Anderson localization

Eric Falcon Friday 06, 09:00

I will review experimental advances in wave turbulence on the surface of a fluid. ** Read more**

## Turbulence in superfluids: waves and vortices

Romain Dubessy Friday 06, 10:15

I will give a brief review of experiments with Bose-Einstein condensates. ** Read more**