This event has been postponed. Please get in touch with the organisers for more information.
Waves propagating in random media are key to many areas of physics and engineering. These random media include gases, emulsions, powders, porous and polycrystalline materials, to name just a few. The theoretical tools to understand these waves can be applied to all linear waves, such as acoustics, light, and elastic. Yet, the community, and the tools used are quite disconnected. This workshop aims to bridge the gaps between mathematicians, physicists, and engineers, to better understand our connections, and to share recent advances.
- Luke Bennetts, Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics, The University of Adelaide.
- Adrian Doicu, Senior Scientist at the Remote Sensing Technology Institute (IMF), German Aerospace Center (DLR).
- Paul A. Martin, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Colorado School of Mines.
- Romain Pierrat, CNRS Scientist, ESPCI Paris, Institut Langevin.
- Stefan Rotter, Professor at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien).
- Juan-José Saenz, Ikerbasque Research Professor, Donostia International Physics Center.
- Sergey Skipetrov, CNRS Senior Scientist, Laboratoire de Physique et Modélisation des Milieux.
- Knut Solna, Professor of Mathematics, University of California at Irvine.
- John R. Willis, Professor of Mathematics, University of Cambridge.
Details and Registration
For details please go to the Workshop website (https://arturgower.github.io/post/random-waves-workshop/)
To register submit your details here, where you can propose a talk and a poster. Note, space for talks is limited. The deadline to apply for a talk and/or a poster is 29 Feb 2020, whereas the deadline to just attend is 1 Jun 2020.