Extended abstracts, four to five pages long (including figures and tables), are invited for the contributed papers which highlight recent developments in the study of transitional and
turbulent flows, such as advances in computational algorithms; new insights in flow physics;
advances in modeling approaches and flow control approaches. Experimental studies and
theoretical developments to enable fundamental understanding of transition pathways and turbulence
dynamics are also of interest. The symposium aims to promote a critical dialogue on selected
themes, such as:
* Coherent structure/nonlinear global mode/instability dynamics of turbulent shear flows: Progress
* Transition to turbulence: Modal or non-modal growth, intermittency and stochastic models,
* Modeling turbulence physics at sub-grid and/or large scales: Impact of numerical simulations.
* Turbulence in extreme environments (astrophysics, geophysics, environment).
* Control of transition and turbulence: Reality or myth?
* Novel algorithms for turbulence simulation.
Extended abstracts should be submitted on A4 sheet in PDF format not exceeding 4-5 pages including
references and figures.
Extended abstracts should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy to email@example.com