Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences

NP Campfire: “Scaling and multifractals : from historical perspectives to recent developments”

NP Campfire: “Scaling and multifractals : from historical perspectives to recent developments”

Scaling law behaviours are ubiquitous in geosciences both from a theoretical and practical point of view. They are required to better understand, analyse and simulate the underlying processes, which yields the observed variability of geophysical fields over wide ranges of spatio-temporal scales.
A group of scientists within the Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences (NP) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is launching in the campfire framework a series of webinars on “Scaling and multifractals: from historical perspectives to recent developments.”

The aim of the campfire is to hear first-hand from internationally recognized experts of the field their personal perspectives on scaling and multifractals. They will share their thoughts on the historical background of the field as well as its recent developments and future goals. This unique opportunity, targeted to both early career scientists and established researchers, aims at fostering discussions within the research community to push it toward pursuing past achievements.

To register, send an email to with subject subscribe egu_np_campfire_multifractals.
Registration is free but mandatory. Link to connect will be sent shortly before the webinar.

Schedule (CET used) :

11/01/2022 10:00-11:30
Bérengère Dubrulle : “Global and local multifractal analysis”
Daniel Schertzer : “A century of cascades and the emergence of multifractal operators”

18/01/2022 16:00-17:30
Shaun Lovejoy : “Multifractals, Intermittency, Spectra and Climate Variability Across Scales”
Witek Krajewski : “Scaling of peak flows in a river network”

25/01/2022 10:00-11:30
Andreas Langousis : “Robust estimation of rainfall extremes and their evolution in a changing climate: A CONUS-wide assessment based on multifractal theory”
Adrian Tuck : “Scaling Up: Molecular to Meteorological via Symmetry Breaking”

01/02/2022 16:00-17:30
François Schmitt : “Discrete and continuous multifractal cascade models: historical roots and application to turbulence”
Charles Meneveau : “A new multifractal version of Navier-Stokes based model of velocity gradients in turbulence”

Organizing committee:
Auguste Gires (HM&Co – ENPC)
Tommaso Alberti (INAF-IAPS, Italy)
Yongxiang Huang (Xiamen University, China)

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I am a researcher at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) in Rome, Italy. My research activity is focused on data analysis and modeling, via dynamical system and statistical mechanics approaches, to understand complexity in geoscience and near-Earth space plasma. My interests cover: - Complexity and chaos in geosciences - Extreme events in geosciences - Sea level variability: transient phenomena, long-term variability and trends - Geo-electromagnetic transient phenomena and effects on electric infrastructures - Turbulence in fluids and plasmas

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