Moscow  - St.-Petersburg,
Russia

22 - 28 July 2017
Nonlinear Dynamics
and Complexity
NWP-1
Lasers with High Peak
and High Average Power
NWP-2
Nonlinear Problems in the Atmosphere and Ocean
NWP-3
Workshops
NWP-3: Nonlinear Phenomena in the Atmosphere and Ocean
Chairs

Henrik Dijkstra, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Alexander Feigin, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia
Juergen Kurths, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany
Evgeny Mareev, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia
Vladimir Rakov, University of Florida, USA

Program Committee
Alexander Babanin, University of Melbourne, Australia
Cristian Franzke, University of Hamburg, Germany
Andrey Gritsun, Institute of Numerical Mathematics RAS, Russia
Sergey Gulev, Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russia
Sergey Kravtsov, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA 
Igor Mokhov, Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS, Moscow
Colin Price, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Yuliya Troitskaya, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia

Conference scope
  • Ocean dynamics
  • Atmosphere dynamics
  • Climate dynamics
  • Mathematical modeling of nonlinear dynamics of the atmosphere and ocean

Scientific Secretary
Andrey Evtushenko
Institute of Applied Physics RAS
46 Ulyanov Str., 603950 Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Tel: +7 (831) 4321410
e-mail: a_evtushenko@inbox.ru

Invited Speakers

 

Pavel Berloff
Imperial College London, UK
Framework for dynamically consistent parameterization of mesoscale eddies


 

William K. Dewar
Florida State University, USA
Coupling unbalanced boundary and balanced interior flows

 

 

Gregory Duane
University of Colorado, USA
Supermodeling the climate system to capture self-Organized criticality

Mingli Chen
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Macroscopic physical models for lightning leaders and return strokes

Dmitri Kondrashov
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Data-adaptive harmonic decomposition and Stuart-Landau closure models

Sergey Kravtsov
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
On semi-empirical decomposition of multidecadal climate variability into forced and internally generated components

DuYa Ping
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Observation and Testing Platform for Lightning to the 362m-tall Shenzhen Meteorological Tower

Vladimir Rakov
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida, USA, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia
A Review of Global and Regional Lightning Locating Systems with Emphasis on Testing Their Performance Characteristics

 

Anastasios A. Tsonis
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Insights on decadal climate variability from the synchronization of a network of major climate modes