Universal aspects of quantum turbulence


Quantum turbulence is a non-equilibrium phenomenon observed in superfluid systems such as Helium II, Bose–Einstein condensates of alkali atoms and more exotic bosonic systems like exciton-polaritons and magnons. It involves processes with large spatial and temporal scale separations that combined with superfluidity gives rise to many interesting and novel physical problems, whose understanding is far from complete.

This workshop aims at gathering experimentalists working in different quantum fluid systems together with theoreticians expert in statistical mechanics, out-of-equilibrium systems, turbulence, and fluid mechanics. Cross-fertilisation between theoretical and experimental approaches on different quantum fluid systems will also be promoted, and novel experimental setups will be discussed. It is expected that this program will help to enlighten which aspects of quantum turbulence are universal.
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