Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
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Markus Abel

Andrey Beresnyak

Eberhard Bodenschatz

John Bowman

Axel Brandenburg

My main interests include MHD turbulence and mean-field modeling with applications to dynamo theory. I use simulations to obtain turbulent transport coefficients using the test-field method.

Anthony Davis

My main interest is the impact of clouds, in all of their magnificent turbulent 3D structure, on the radiative (as well as hydrological) balance of the Earth's climate system. As a NASA scientist, I am also looking at new ways of observing clouds by remote sensing. Both endeavors use 3D radiative transfer theory, usually with a stochastic element.

Gregory Falkovich

Jorgen Frederiksen

Thomas Gasenzer

My main research interests include the dynamics of ultracold atomic quantum gases, quantum field theoretical methods for far-from-equilibrium dynamics, non-equilibrium critical dynamics and turbulence, long-time evolution and thermalisation, dynamics in exactly solvable models.

Szymon Malinowski

Professor at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland. Works in cloud physics. Specific fields of interest: turbulence in clouds, turbulent entrainment and mixing, interaction between dynamics, thermodynamics and cloud microphysics. Mainly experimentalists, performs aircraft observations and measurements, laboratory and numerical studies.

Brad Marston

Interested in the application of ideas from non-equilibrium statistical physics to large-scale geophysical and astrophysical flows, including the reformulation of general circulation models of atmospheres and oceans.

Bernhard Mehlig

University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Particles in turbulence, statistical genetics

Juan Pedro Mellado

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. Shear- and buoyancy-driven turbulent flows, entrainment; cloud mixing, latent heat effects; numerical methods, high-performance computing.

Dhrubaditya Mitra

NORDITA, Sweden.
Time scales of turbulence, MHD turbulence and its application to solar dynamo,
turbulence in dilute polymer solutions.

Paolo Muratore-Ginanneschi

Boris Nowak

Graduate student with T. Gasenzer at Heidelberg University, Germany. I am working on nonequilibrium dynamics of ultracold Bosons, Anderson localization, soliton and vortex dynamics, turbulence.

Rahul Pandit

IISc, Physics, Bangalore, India
Malcolm Roberts
PhD student with John Bowman in my last year at the University of Alberta in Canada. My doctoral dissertation is on the multispectral method, a multi-grid inspired numerical method set in Fourier space. I am interested in a wide variety of areas, particularly coherent structures, intermittency, and numerical techniques.

Denes Sexty

Postdoc at Heidelberg University, Germany. Working on all kinds of non-equilibrium and real-time stuff. Turbulence in (relativistic scalar and gauge, non-relativistic GPE) field theories, numerical simulations and analytical derivation of scaling exponents.

Michael Shats

Professor of physics at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. Research interests: turbulence in fluid layers, surface waves, wave turbulence.

Sam Stechmann

Daniel Lathrop

Prof. of Physics and Geology at the University of Maryland. Interested in how turbulence is effected by rotation, magnetic fields, and long range quantum order as relevant to geophysical and astrophysical flows.

Laurent Chevillard

Daniela Tordella

Associate Prof. of Fluid dynamics at Politecnico di Torino. Interests: - hydrodynamics stability of shear flows (normal mode theory and initial value problem) and turbulence, and interrelationship.
- shearfree turbulent mixing in 2D and 3D, - LES, - long term dynamics of highly compressible jet, also in partial similitude with astrophysical jets.

Michael Wilczek

Postdoc at Muenster University, Germany. Working on statistical description of fully developed turbulence and convective flows.

Hua Xia