LTP-2020 Scientific Information

Organizing Committee:

John-Christos VASSILICOS
Jean-Phillippe LAVAL
Christophe CUVIER

Information about the workshop

The 2 days workshop will take place at the LMFL (see the map)

Lille is easily accessible by fast train from Paris (1h), Brussels (30mn) and London (1h30) or directly through Lille-Lesquin airport from several European cities

Additional information about the transportation is available here

In order to help you to organize your visit in Lille a lot of information are available on Hellolille. It includes a large choice of hotels and beautiful places to discover.

Registration and abstract submission

Regular registration fees: 250€
Students fees: 150€

To participate to the workshop, please register before June 8th, 2020 (the link to register will be provided soon)

A single page abstracts in PDF format should be submitted before June 1st, 2020
to emmanuelle.wingfield[AT]

For any additional information please contact

LTP-2020 Invited Speakers

List of invited speakers:

  • Mickael Bourgoin (ENS Lyon, France)
  • Carlo Cossu (LHHEA, Ecole Centrale Nantes, France)
  • Luminita Danaila (CORIA, Rouen, France)
  • Eric Lamballais (Pprime, Poitiers, France)
  • Jean-Philippe Laval (LMFL, Lille, France)
  • Sebastien Deck (ONERA DAAA Meudon, France)
  • Stavros Tavoularis (Ottawa, Canada)
  • Christos Vassilicos (LMFL, Lille, France)
  • Andy Wheeler (University of Cambridge, UK)

LTP-2020 Home

In the past few years research progress in high Reynolds number turbulence has been made on particle dispersion and coherent structures in turbulent shear flows, and on the non-equilibrium and intermittent nature of the interscale energy transfers which determine turbulence dissipation. Turbulent boundary layers have been the focus of much attention, including non-equilibrium boundary layers. The workshop’s aim is to discuss these different aspects of the turbulence, namely coherent structures, intermittency, cascade and non-equilibrium, in relation to each other and in relation to some recent developments in turbulence modeling, skin friction and subgrid-scale modeling for large eddy simulation