Nonlinearity, disorder and multiple scales are all sources of complexity for wave phenomena. Addressing complex wave phenomena from detection to forecasting or modelling, from microscopic to physiologic and astronomical scales requires a very broad spectrum of expertises. In turn, progress in understanding complex wave phenomena is key for the fundamental aspects of complexity science and for our capacity to face present and upcoming environmental risks. The WAVECOMPLEXITY initiative, funded by Université Côte d’Azur through Academy 2 “Complex Systems” and Academy 3 “Space, Environment, Risk and Resilience” aims at fostering cross-disciplinary scientific progress in the realm of complex wave phenomena.
Jonathan Skipp, Center for Complexity Science: Structure formation via wave turbulence in astrophysics and in the laboratory
The WAVECOMPLEXITY initiative is meant to be welcoming and your contribution is needed. Events are currently coordinated by Jean-Paul Ampuero (Laboratoire Géoazur), Stéphane Barland (Institut de Physique de Nice), Maxime Ingremeau (Laboratoire Jean Alexandre Dieudonné), Stéphane Lanteri (Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée), Sergey Nazarenko (Institut de Physique de Nice) and Thierry Passot (Laboratoire Lagrange). Please get in touch with any of us for any enquiry.
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