New Challenges in Wall Turbulence

14–16 June 2017, Lille, France

First call


The major aim of the workshop is to provide opportunities to stimulate exchanges about new development in theories and new experimental and numerical tools in order to face new challenges in wall turbulence.

The workshop will be the oppotunity to honor the scientific career of Michel Stanislas who has spanned transformative developments in optical measurement techniques and in the collection of unprecedented wall turbulence data over the past 30 years. He very significantly contributed to both, and his legacy includes one of the few advanced state-of-the-art wind tunnels worldwide for wall turbulence research. It is now time to reflect on these developments and to start addressing the new challenges which these developments have led us to, theoretically, computationally and experimentally.