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Research - Fundamental Aspects of Geophysical Turbulence III

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Update: 2018/03/16

Research

Fundamental Aspects of Geophysical Turbulence III

Period
March 19–21, 2018
Place
ES Meeting Room, 1st floor, ES Bldg., Nagoya University
Speakers
Toshiyuki Gotoh (Nagoya Institute of Technology),
Hideshi Hanazaki (Kyoto University),
Yoshi-Yuki Hayashi (Kobe University),
Takashi Ishihara (Okatama Univeristy),
Yukio Kaneda (Aichi Institute of Technology),
Genta Kawahara (Osaka University),
Kanya Kusano (ISEE, Nagoya University),
Ivan Marusic (University of Melbourne),
Yoshinori Mizuno (Meteorological Research Institute),
Kensuke Nakajima (Kyushu University),
Shinya Okino (Kyoto University),
Jimmy Philip (University of Melbourne),
James J. Riley (University of Washington),
Sutanu Sarkar (University of California, San Diego),
Joseph Tribbia (National Center for Atmospheric Research),
Yoshiyuki Tusji (Nagoya University).
Organizers
Yoshifumi Kimura (Nagoya University),
Yoshiyuki Tsuji (Nagoya University),
Peter Sullivan (National Center for Atmospheric Research).
Supported by
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) 25247014,
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas 16H01175.
Contact to
Yoshifumi Kimura ()

Program

March 19 (Mon)
10:00– Opening Speach
10:10–11:00

James J. Riley (University of Washington)

The effects of stable stratification on the decay of initially isotropic, homogeneous turbulence

11:10–12:00

Hideshi Hanazaki (Kyoto University) and Shinya Okino (Kyoto University)

Direct numerical simulation of stratified turbulence at high Prandtl numbers

«Lunch Break»
13:30–14:20

Takashi Ishihara (Okatama Univeristy)

Vortex clusters and their time evolution in high-Reynolds-number turbulence

14:30–15:20

Jimmy Philip (University of Melbourne)

Local and global characteristics of entrainment in free shear flows

«Coffee Break»
15:40–16:30

Yoshinori Mizuno (Meteorological Research Institute)

Contribution of attached eddies to the intensity and turbulent transfer of the streamwise velocity fluctuation in a boundary layer

16:40–17:30

Kensuke Nakajima (Kyushu University)

Numerical study on small scale vortices in Mars's lower atmosphere

March 20 (Tue)
10:00–10:50

Ivan Marusic (University of Melbourne)

Studies of the atmospheric surface layer turbulence over salt-flats

«Coffee Break»
11:10–12:00

Yukio Kaneda (Aichi Institute of Technology)

Linear response theory for one point statistics in the inertial sublayer of turbulent channel flow

«Lunch Break»
13:30–14:20

Sutanu Sarkar (University of California, San Diego)

LES of submesoscale frontal dynamics: gravity currents, coherent vortices and turbulence

14:30–15:20

Toshiyuki Gotoh (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

Evolution of droplets and turbulence in cloud microphysics simulator

«Coffee Break»
15:40–16:30

Yoshi-Yuki Hayashi (Kobe University)

Disturbances and energy spectra in a high-resolution global model of the Venus atmosphere

16:40–17:30

Joseph Tribbia (National Center for Atmospheric Research)

Turbulent Mixing and Atmospheric Predictability

18:00– Banquet
March 21 (Wed)
9:00–9:50

Genta Kawahara (Osaka University)

Hierarchical structures and scaling in maximal heat transfer between two parallel plates

10:00–10:50

Kanya Kusano (ISEE, Nagoya University)

Predictability of the onset of solar eruptions

«Coffee Break»
11:10–12:00

Yoshiyuki Tusji (Nagoya University)

Recent progress of high-Re-number researches in Japan

Banquet

Date and Time:Tue. March 20, 2018 at 18:00
Place:Restaurant «chez Jiroud» in ES Bldg.
Fee:4,000JPY

Registration Deadline: Fri. March 16, 2018 at 17:00.
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