Knots and Links in Fluid Flows is a conference on topological fluid dynamics that took place at the Independent University of Moscow, from April 27th to April 30th 2015.
The aim of the conference was to promote interdisciplinary interactions between mathematicians and physicists in order to encourage communication and collaboration between these scientific communities.
The conference program was based on a series of 40 min review talks and a selection of 20 min oral contributions on new results.
- Alexey B. Sossinsky (Chair, Independant University Moscow)
- Pierre Dehornoy (University of Grenoble)
- Elizabeta Kryukova (Secretary, Independent University Moscow)
- Olga Romaskevich (Higher school of economics, Independant University Moscow)
- Mischa Tsfasman (CNRS, Independant University Moscow)
- Pierre Dehornoy (Chair, Université of Grenoble)
- Petr Akhmetev (Izmiran Moscow)
- Renzo L. Ricca (University of Milano-Bicocca)
- applications of knot theory to Euler flows
- knots and braids in dynamical systems
- knot invariants and helicity
- knot energies
- knot surgery and applications
- magnetic/vortex knots and braids
- magnetic/vortex reconnection