We have edited a two volume issue of the Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A on turbulence

Scaling the Turbulence Edifice

Turbulence is unique in its appeal across physics, mathematics and engineering. And yet a microscopic theory, starting from the basic equations of hydrodynamics, still eludes us. In the last decade or so, new directions at the interface of physics and mathematics have emerged, which strengthens the hope of solving one of the oldest problems in the natural sciences. This two-part theme issue unites these new directions on a common platform emphasizing the underlying complementarity of the physicists and the mathematicians approaches to a remarkably challenging problem.

These two special issues were edited together with Jérémie Bec, Takeshi Matsumoto, Samriddhi Sankar Ray and Dario Vincenzi. They are also a tribute to Uriel Frisch on his 80th birthday.

You can find the editorials of the two volumes in my publication list (Part 1 and Part 2). The whole list of contributions can be found in the Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A special issue webpage (Part 1 and Part 2).

Giorgio Krstulovic
Giorgio Krstulovic
Chargé de recherche CNRS.
Head of Fluid and Plasma Turbulence group.

My research interests include classical and quantum turbulence, vortex dynamics and wave turbulence.