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Giorgio Krstulovic

Giorgio Krstulovic

Chargé de recherche CNRS

Laboratoire J.L. Lagrange CNRS UMR 7293, Université Côte d'Azur, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur

My scientific work is principally focused on analytical and numerical studies of out-of-equilibrium complex systems, such as classical and quantum turbulent fluids and transport of particles by turbulent flows. I manly interested in applications of statistical mechanics and dynamical systems to the modelling and understanding of multi-scale systems. Among all these systems, one that especially captured my attention is superfluid turbulence. I am very interested in the dynamics of quantum vortices and their interactions. 

In general, I am interested in statistical mechanics, nonlinear science and theoretical aspects of turbulence.

In my webpage you will find my publications, a description of my current projects and different updates in the News section. You will also find several movies showing the dynamics of superfluid vortices, quantum vortex reconnections, superfluid vortex tangles and particles immersed in superfluid turbulent flows.

Interests

  • Classical and quantum turbulence
  • Superfluid vortex dynamics
  • Wave turbulence

Education

  • Habilitation à diriger des Recherches en Sciences (HDR), 2020

    Université Côte d'Azur

  • PhD in Physics, 2010

    LPS - ENS. Université Pierre et Marie Curie

  • Master 2. Concepts fondamentaux de la physique, Theoretical physics., 2006

    Université Pierre et Marie Curie - ENS

  • Mathematical engineering, 2005

    Universidad de Chile

  • Bachelor Degree in Physics, 2004

    Universidad de Chile

  • Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, 2002

    Universidad de Chile

News

Projects

FOUCAULT : A self-consistent model of quantum turbulence in superfluid Helium

The aim of our project is the elaboration of a realistic model of quantum turbulence for superfluid Helium. This new model describes the “normal fluid” and the “superfluid” components of the flow by using the Navier-Stokes equations and the vortex filament method respectively. Peculiar to our approach is the modeling of the mutual interaction between these components. This mutual interaction plays an essential role in determining the similarities (and the differences) between QT and classical turbulence (CT).

ANR GIANTE

Lagrangian properties and universality of quantum turbulence

SIMONS collaboration Wave turbulence

SIMONS collaboration Wave turbulence

Contact

  • krstulovic_at_oca.eu
  • Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur
    Boulevard de l'Observatoire CS 34229 - F
    06304 Nice Cedex 4