Leverhulme workshop in Oxford

I attended the Leverhulme workshop in Oxford on Waves and Turbulence in Rotating, Stratified and Electrically Conducting Fluids (organized by Peter Read and Peter Davidson). Here is the full program.

The title of my talk was "Can we study strongly stratified turbulence in a laboratory experiment?". The pdf of my slides can be downloaded here.

It was in particular the occasion to work with Fachreddin Tabataba-Vakili and Alexandru Mihai Valeanu (2 PhD students working with Peter Read) on the use of the formulation of the spectral energy budget of the atmosphere developed in Augier & Linborg (2013) for other planets than the Earth. We decided to write a proper open-source Python package, spectratmo (see the public repository).