Pavel Berloff's Lecture "Linear Control in Geostrophic Turbulence: Multiple Alternating Jets and Mesoscale Eddies"
will be held on April 5 at 15.30 at the address: ul. Bolshaya Pecherskaya 12/25, room 402.
The Department of Fundamental Mathematics invites you to the open lecture “Linear Control in Geostrophic Turbulence: Multiple Alternating Jets and Mesoscale Eddies” made by Pavel Berloff, Professor of Mathematics at Imperial College London.The lecture will consider linear dynamics, which is closely related to the problems of hydrophysics.
Multiple alternating jets, co-existing with different types of mesoscale eddies, are well known flow systems in the atmospheres of giant gas planets and in the global ocean. Despite vigorous research efforts, the underlying dynamical mechanisms governing all these features and their interactions remain poorly understood. One of the recent ideas — systematically advocated in this talk — is that these flows are strongly controlled by the underlying linear dynamics.