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Solitons, Collapses and Turbulence

June 12 – 16, 2023

The conference aims to bring together experts in nonlinear physics, nonlinear waves and applied mathematics to address and cross fertilize three main branches of nonlinear science: Solitons, Collapses and Turbulence. Solitons are studied by combining the inverse scattering transform and recent approaches to exact integrable and near integrable models. Strongly nonlinear wave phenomena often result in finite time singularity formation by wave collapse. Both solitons and collapses provide a pathway to turbulence and chaos. A wide range of applications of nonlinear science will be included such as nonlinear optics, plasma physics, Bose-Einstein condensate, hydrodynamics, astrophysics and condensed matter.


Local organizer:

Gregory Falkovich,
Weizmann Institute of Science

Scientific committee:

Pavel Lushnikov (conference chair),
University of New Mexico, USA

Alexander Mikhailov,
university of Leeds, UK

Sergey Turitsyn,
Aston University, UK


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