Large Amplitude Internal Waves

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Large Amplitude Internal Waves

 01 - 04 Dec 2008
 ICMS

Speakers:

  • Roger Grimshaw, Loughborough University - Long Wave Models for Internal Solitary Waves

  • Alexey Slunyaev, Russian Academy of Sciences - Analytic Solutions for Long Internal Wave Models with Improved Nonlinearity

  • Alberto Scotti, University of North Carolina - Nonlinear Internal Waves in Massachusetts Bay: Using a Model to Make Sense of Observations

  • Roberto Camassa, University of North Carolina - Unstable Internal Waves in Near Two Layer Fluids

  • Jerry Bona, University of Illinois - Internal Wave Propagation and Applications to Sand Ridge Formation

  • David Farmer, University of Rhode Island - Observations of Nonlinear Internal Wave Generation and Evolution

  • Steve Ramp, Aquarium Research Institute - Observations of Large-Amplitude Nonlinear Internal Waves in the Northeastern South China Sea

  • Kevin Lamb, University of Waterloo - Shoaling Internal Solitary Waves: Energetics, Dissipation and Reflection

  • Wooyoung Choi, New Jersey Institute of Technology - Strongly Nonlinear Internal Wave Models and their Applications

  • David Lannes, École Normale Supérieure - Asymptotic Models for Internal Waves

  • Jean-Claude Saut, Université Paris Sud - On a Nonlocal System for Large Amplitude Internal Waves

  • Mariana Haragus, Université de Franche-Comté - Stability of Periodic Waves in Dispersive Models

  • Gérard Iooss, Université de Nice - Non-Symmetric Periodic Patterns for Surface Gravity Waves

  • Eugen Varvaruca, Imperial College London - On the Existence of Extreme Surface Waves and the Stokes Conjecture with Vorticity

  • Magda Carr, University of St Andrews - Stability Characteristics of Large Amplitude Internal Solitary Waves

  • John Grue, University of Oslo - Run-Up of Very Long Internal Waves

  • Alan Davies, Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory - Internal Wave Generation, Breaking, Associated Mixing and Model Validation

  • Victor Shrira, University of Keele - Exact Fully Nonlinear Solutions for Internal Waves

  • Lev Ostrovsky, Zel Technologies/University of Colorado - Modelling of 'Genuinely Strong' Internal Waves 

  • Frederic Dias, École Normale Supérieure de Cachan - Large Amplitude Internal Waves

  • Al Osborne, Universita' di Torino - Modelling Internal Waves with the 2+1 Gardner Equation

  • Tom Bridges, University of Surrey - Degenerate Conservation Laws, Bifurcation of Solitary Waves and Criticality of Internal Waves

  • José da Silva, University of Lisbon - Synthetic Aperture Radar Observations of Resonantly Generated Internal Solitary Waves at Race Point Channel (Cape Cod)

  • Florent Chazel, Université Paris-Est - A Double-Layer Boussinesq-Type Model for Fully Nonlinear and Highly Dispersive Water Waves

  • Hai Yen Nguyen, Université Haute Bretagne - Solitary Wave Interaction for the BBM Equation

  • Shu-Ming Sun, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Linear and Nonlinear Stability of Solitary Waves

  • Vasily Vlasenko, University of Plymouth - Amplification and Suppression of Internal Waves in Horizontally Sheared Currents

  • Karima Khusnutdinova, Loughborough University - Oceanic Subsurface Bubble Distributions and Internal Waves

  • Triantaphyllos Akylas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - The Effect of Rotation on Nonlinear Stratified Flow over Topography

  • Tatiana Talipova, Russian Academy of Sciences - Nonlinear Interfacial Wave Transformation in Basin of Variable Depth: Analytical and Numerical Results

  • Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck, University College London - Numerical Studies of Nonlinear Two and Three-Dimensional Interfacial Waves

  • Natalia Stashchuk, University of Plymouth - Evolution of Large-Amplitude Internal Waves over 3D Topography

  • Karl Helfrich, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution - Effects of Rotation on Large-Amplitude Internal Waves

Participants

Name
Institution
Triantaphyllos, AkylasMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Jerry, BonaUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
Tom, BridgesUniversity of Surrey
Roberto, CamassaUniversity of North Carolina
Magda, CarrUniversity of St Andrews
Florent, ChazelUniversité Paris-Est
Wooyoung, ChoiNew Jersey Institute of Technology
Alex, CraikUniversity of St Andrews
José, da SilvaUniversity of Lisbon
Alan, DaviesProudman Oceanographic Laboratory
Frederic, DiasUniversity College Dublin
Vincent, DucheneÉcole Normale Supérieure
David, FarmerUniversity of Rhode Island
Roger, GrimshawUniversity College London
Mark, GrovesUniversität des Saarlandes
John, GrueUniversity of Oslo
Mariana, HaragusUniversité de Franche-Comté
Karl, HelfrichWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Gérard, IoossUniversité de Nice
Karima, KhusnutdinovaLoughborough University
Kevin, LambUniversity of Waterloo
David, LannesÉcole Normale Supérieure
Dimitris, MitsotakisUniversité de Paris-Sud
Hai Yen, NguyenUniversité Haute Bretagne
Alfred R, OsborneUniversita' di Torino
Lev, OstrovskyZel Technologies/University of Colorado
Steve, RampMonterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Jean-Claude, SautUniversité Paris Sud
Alberto, ScottiUniversity of North Carolina
Victor, ShriraUniversity of Keele
Alexey, SlunyaevIAP, Russian Academy of Sciences
Neil, StapletonDefence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)
Natalia, StashchukUniversity of Plymouth
Shu-Ming, SunVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Tatiana, TalipovaIAP, Russian Academy of Sciences
Steve, ThorpeBangor University (Retired)
John, TolandIsaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Jean-Marc, Vanden-BroeckUniversity College London
Eugen, VarvarucaUniversity of Reading
Vasily, VlasenkoUniversity of Plymouth