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Understanding turbulence is one of the most important and challenging open problems in contemporary physics, with deep impact in various areas of application, from biology to engineering to meteorology and oceanography. From a mathematical point of view one of the aspects of turbulent flows which has been a focus of intense research is the exchange of energy between different scales of motion.
In this talk I will explore the energy budget for turbulent flows and then I will discuss some recent results on energy balance for non-smooth, near turbulent, ideal fluid flows in two dimensions, with and without external forcing.
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PhD in Mathematics, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 1991. Has held various visiting positions at institutions in the USA, France and the UK; most notably she was the 2017 Distinguished Visiting Professor of Mathematics at Brown University, and a Simons Fellow at Isaac Newton Institute, University of Cambridge, 2022. Permanent position UNICAMP 1992–2012; Professor Titular UFRJ 2012. Field of interest: PDE and Fluid Dynamics; over 60 papers in peer-reviewed journals. Topic of research: irregular solutions of equations arising in Fluid Dynamics. Served on CNPq CA-MA, 2007–2010, FAPESP Coordenação de Área, Matemática/Estatística, 2007–2011. Service to SBMAC: Officer (2011–2013), Council member (2014–2017); SBMAC representative on the board of ICIAM, 2011–2015. Service to SIAM: various committees, Chair of the SIAM Activity Group on Analysis of PDE, 2015-2016. Editorial service: Past Editor-in-Chief for SBM’s Publishing House, currently on Editorial Boards for SIAM J. Math. Anal., Part. Diff. Eqs. and Appl., and Bull. Braz. Math. Soc. Elected Fellow of SIAM 2016, Member of the Braz Acad Sci 2019, Fellow of the AMS 2020. Inducted into the National Order of Scientific Merit, Comendador Class, 2010. TWAS Award Mathematics 2022. Invited Speaker in the PDE Section at the ICM 2018.