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New horizons in dispersive hydrodynamics


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soliton gas in deep water waves
21st June 2021 to 25th June 2021
Gennady El Northumbria University
Costanza Benassi Northumbria University
Thibault Congy Northumbria University
Antonio Moro Northumbria University
Daniel Ratliff Northumbria University
Matteo Sommacal Northumbria University


Image: soliton gas in deep water waves

Workshop theme

This bridging workshop aims at exploring novel, cross-disciplinary connections of dispersive hydrodynamics within the four main themes of the forthcoming 6-month programme “Dispersive hydrodynamics: mathematics, simulations and experiments, with applications in nonlinear waves”


The workshop themes will include: new directions, mathematical techniques and applications in nonlinear waves; statistical mechanics and dispersive hydrodynamics; applications in glaciology and sea-ice systems; dispersive hydrodynamic phenomena in fibre optics and magnetisation dynamics. The online format will include introductory lectures from leading experts, plenary and contributed talks, focused group discussions and poster sessions. It is expected that the workshop will stimulate new cross-disciplinary collaborations and attract new audiences to the subject of dispersive hydrodynamics. Special emphasis is given to involving young researchers and to diversity among the participants.

Given the current restrictions on movement, due to the ongoing pandemic, the INI intends to run this workshop virtually across 5 days. All talks and discussion sessions will be available virtually.

Deadline for abstract submissions : 18th April 2021

Deadline for applications: 23rd May 2021

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