Turbulent Mixing and Beyond
International ConferenceAugust 18-26, 2007
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy
Objectives and Themes
Travel and Visas
Welcome to the web-site of the International Conference
"Turbulent Mixing and Beyond"
2nd International Conference and Advanced School "Turbulent Mixing and Beyond" has be held on
27 July - 07 August 2009
at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
Collaborative Computing Environment for Turbulent Mixing and Beyond Community will be organized in response to the call from the Round Table Discussions held at our First Conference in 2007.
The First International Conference "Turbulent Mixing and Beyond" has been held on
By all the standards the Conference was a major success.
The Organizing Committee gratefully acknowledges
All the Conference Presentations can be viewed and downloaded at
The First International Conference "Turbulent Mixing and Beyond" was a highly informative and exciting meeting.
We have had 120 participants (307 authors from five continents), ranging
from students to members of National Academies of Sciences and
Engineering and including researchers from the Universities, National
Laboratories, Leading Scientific Institutions and Industry.
The TMB-2007 has covered 16 different topics, maintaining the scope and the interdisciplinary character of the meeting, and has kept the focus on a fundamental fluid dynamic problem of the unsteady turbulent processes and the Conference Objectives.
The success of the
TMB-2007 has consisted from the successful work of all the participants,
who were serious, responsible and professional people, cared for
the quality of their research. Scientific level of the presentations was high.
We have been working 8.30 am - 6.30 pm every day from 18 till 25 August 2007, and have had 87 oral presentations including 32 invited and 5 tutorials, about 30 posters, and the Round Table Discussions.
The Conference Proceedings are published by
Physica Scripta, Topical Issue T132, 2008
the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society in 2009 as a
Theme Issue "Turbulent Mixing and Beyond" (review articles).