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Statistical models of a droplet in the highly intermittent turbulence: breakup, dynamics and evaporation.
Doctor (1981) in physics and mathematics, Mikhael Gorokhovski worked for ten years at the State University of Kazakhstan. Since 1991, he has been carrying out his research and teaching in France at the University of Rouen, where he was appointed university professor in 1995. Since 2006, he has been a professor at the École Centrale de Lyon where he teaches fluid mechanics and combustion. In his research at LMFA - UMR 5509, he focuses on understanding the statistical physics of turbulence in the presence of different phases. At ERCOFTAC (European Research Community on Flow, Turbulence and Combustion), Mikhael Gorokhovski is coordinator of the Center Henri Bénard. He is also a member of the Russian Science Foundation Expert Panel, Editorial Fellow of the journal Atomization and Sprays, and a guest member of the Editorial Board of the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. Among his stays abroad, he was Senior Fellow at Stanford University 2000-2001.
A model of interacting Navier-Stokes singularities
Bérengère Dubrulle received her PhD from Toulouse-III-Paul-Sabatier University in 1990. In 1991, she started a postdoctoral research at the Meteorological Research Institute of Tsukuba in Japan. The same year she became a research fellow at the CNRS. Between 1998 and 1999, she was an associate researcher at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. In 2000, she became research director at the CNRS at the CEA Saclay in the SPEC (Condensed State Physics Service) laboratory, within the GIT team (Instabilities and Turbulence Group) which later became SPHYNX. Bérengère Dubrulle has won several prizes including the “Madame Victor Noury Prize” from the Academy of Sciences in 2008, the “CNRS silver medal” in 2017 and the “EGU Lewis Fry Richardson Medal” in 2021. She is “Associate Editors” for Journal of Fluid Mechanics. Her research interests include planetary protonbulae, scale invariances, turbulence, turbulence simulation and climate.