MHD-days and GDRI Dynamo Meeting 2018

List of Participants


1 Dmitry
Sokoloff
Moscow State University Magnetic energy growth in the subcritical Kazantsev model
2 Caroline
Nore
Universite Paris Sud, LIMSI, CNRS Electro-Vortex flow in Liquid Metal Batteries
3 Antonio
Ferriz Mas
Universidad de Vigo, IAA/CSIC Gauss linking number and magnetic helicity
4 Maxim
Reshetnyak
Institute of Physics of the Earth RAS, Moscow Inverse and direct cascades in geostrophic turbulence
5 David
Hughes
University of Leeds Dynamo action in rapidly rotating convection with no inertia
6 Daniel
Miller
Exeter University Evolution of magnetic field structures in nonlinear MHD dynamos
7 Paul
Bushby
Newcastle University Large-scale oscillatory dynamos in rotating plane
layer convection: understanding the mean electromotive force
8 Peter
Frick
Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Perm MHD turbulence in spin-down flows of liquid metals
9 Krzysztof
Mizerski
Polish Academy of Sciences Mean field dynamo mechanisms in highly conducting fluids
10 Marek Jerzy
Grądzki
Polish Academy of Sciences The effect of weak magnetic and thermal diffusion on magnetic buoyancy instability
11 Nathanel
Schaeffer
Université Grenoble Alpes, CNRS Precessing spheres: flows and dynamo at low viscosity
12 Dominique
Jault
Université Grenoble Alpes, CNRS Torsional waves in the Earth's core in the presence of topography at the boundaries
13 Christian
Resagk
Ilmenau University of Technology Instabilities of a liquid metal - electrolyte interface
caused by local magnetic fields
14 Leo
Bühler
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Experimental confirmation of additional magnetohydrodynamic
pressure drop at junctions between electrically insulating flow channel inserts
15 Viktor
Klüber
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Pressure-driven 3D liquid metal MHD flow in a dual-coolant lead lithium blanket [POSTER]
16 Sebastien
Galtier
Université Paris-Sud Hall MHD turbulence and the solar wind
17 Kannabiran
Seshasayanan
CEA Saclay Turbulent saturation of the dynamo instability
18 Robert
Cooper
Newcastle University Subcritical convection driven dynamos at low Ekman number
19 Thomas
Gastine
IPGP Is there a stably-stratified layer in Jupiter? Some constraints from global dynamo models
20 Abdellah
Kharicha
Christian-Doppler Laboratory Two-phase MHD in the ESR process
21 Jan
Simkanin
Czech Academy of Sciences A transition from laminar to a turbulent dynamo
22 Valdis
Bojarevics
University of Greenwich Validation of the analytical criterion for MHD stability in aluminium cells and liquid metal batteries
23 Ilia
Kolesnichenko
Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Perm Liquid metal flow in channel with helical magnetic field [POSTER]
24 Till
Zürner
Ilmenau University of Technology Reconstruction of large-scale flow dynamics in turbulent Rayleigh-Benard convection
25 Ferran Garcia
Gonzales
HZDR Experiments and simulations on the magnetized spherical Couette problem
26 Thierry
Alboussiere
ENS de Lyon, CNRS Anisotropic dynamos
27 Stephan
Fauve
ENS, Paris  
28 Christophe
Gissinger
ENS, Paris Magnetically-driven oceans in Jovian moons [POSTER]
29 Wietze
Herreman
Universite Paris Sud, LIMSI, CNRS  
30 Yannick
Ponty
Universite de la cote d'azur  
31 Ludovic
Petitdemange
CNRS Simulations of convectively-driven stellar dynamos in a stratified spherical shell
32 Ulrich
Von Kusserow
Olbers-Gesellschaft e.V. Bremen  
33 Petr
Jelinek
University of South Bohemia 2D MHD simulations of oscillations excited by plasmoids during magnetic reconnection
34 Franck
Plunian
Université Grenoble Alpes, CNRS On non-uniqueness of transfer rates in hydrodynamic and MHD turbulence 
35 Lucia
Duarte
Exeter University  
36 Basile
Gallet
CEA An analytical example of the strong-field scaling regime for dynamo saturation
37 Nicolas
Plihon
ENS de Lyon, CNRS Plasma column rotation profile control using emissive electrodes
38 Daniela
Weston
University of Leeds Effects of Turbulent Pumping and Turbulent Diffusion on Magnetic Buoyancy Instability in the Solar Tachocline
39 Philipp
Grete
Michigan State University Correlations and energy transfer in compressible isothermal and adiabatic MHD turbulence
40 Jörn
Warnecke
Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen Understanding rotational dependence of stellar activity using MHD simulations of stellar dynamos and stellar coronae
41 Manfred
Küker
Leibniz-Institut für Astophysik
Potsdam
The turbulent magnetic pressure in rotating convection
42 Michael
Mond
Ben-Gurion University  
43 Igor
Teplyakov
Joint Institute for High Temperatures of RAS, Moscow About different MHD-approximations in the simulation of the electrovortex flow
44 Irina
Klementyeva
General Electric  
45 Gunter
Gerbeth
HZDR  
46 Ke
Liu
Dalian University of Technology
HZDR
 
47 Gerd
Mutschke
HZDR  
48 Ruslan
Khalilov
Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Perm Determination of the level of magnesium in a titanium reduction reactor
49 Yori
Fournier
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics
Potsdam (AIP)
Non-linear non-localities in Babcock-Leighton dynamos, a solution to solar activity?
50 Melissa
Menu
Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas (LPP) Inverse cascade of magnetic helicity in MHD turbulence
51 Joris
Labarbe
Northumbria University Discretization of Navier-Stokes equations with spectral methods [POSTER]
52 George
Mamatsashvili
Niels Bohr Institute
University of Copenhagen
Quasi-two-dimensional nonlinear evolution of helical magnetorotational instability in a magnetized Taylor-Couette flow
53 Todor
Kondic
University of Leeds Disruption of an Isolated Vortex by the Magnetic Flux Expulsion
54 Oleg
Kirillov
Northumbria University Singular diffusionless limits of double-diffusive instabilities in MHD
55 Itzhak
Fouxon
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Intermittency and multifractality of growth of weak magnetic fields in compressible turbulence
56 Yaroslav
Listratov
Joint Institute for High Temperatures of RAS, Moscow MHD heat transfer of liquid metals
57 Rodion
Stepanov
Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Perm Cross helicity sign reversals in the dissipative scales of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence
58 Yue-Kin
Tsang
University of Leeds Determining the depth of Jupiter's dynamo region
59 Alban
Potherat
Coventry University Convection and magnetoconvection in a rotating tangent cylinder
60 Andre
Giesecke
HZDR Numerical Simulations for the DRESDYN precession dynamo
61 Koh
Takahashii
Argelander Institute for Astronomy
University of Bonn
A novel modeling for massive stellar evolution with magnetism 
62 Gerrit Maik
Horstmann
HZDR Interfacial wave dynamics in liquid metal batteries
63 Thomas
Wondrak
HZDR Measurement of torsional and sloshing modes in Rayleigh-Benard convection using contactless inductive flow tomography
64 Thomas
Boeck
Ilmenau University of Technology Simulations of decaying MHD turbulence in a flat duct
65 Mariangela
Viviani
Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen Cyclic solutions and anti-solar differential rotation: can a Parker Dynamo Wave explain them?
66 Johannes
Wicht
Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen Dynamo Action of Jupiter's Zonal Winds
67 Paolo
Personnettaz
HZDR The role of fluid flow in heat and mass transport in Liquid Metal Batteries
68 Sabrina
Sanchez
Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen Probing the Earth's core dynamics through geomagnetic data assimilation
69 Mouloud
Kessar
University of Leeds Large Scale vortices in tilted rotating convection
70 Fabian
Burmann
Institute for Geophysics
ETH Zürich
Towards a 2D acoustic travel time tomography in rotating flows [POSTER]
71 Petri
Käpylä
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and Aalto University Semi-global convection-driven dynamos with Kramers opacity law
72 Enrico
Filippi
Comenius University Bratislava Anisotropic beta effect in Rotating Magnetoconvection study
73 Jun
Chen
University of Potsdam Parametric study of torus instability threshold
74 Raul Alejandro
Avalos-Zuniga
CICATA-Qro., Instituto Politecnico Nacional [1] Exciting news from the disc dynamo experiment with liquid metal contacts
[2] Experimental Protoype of an AC MHD generator [POSTER]
75 Janis
Priede
Coventry University Inherently fractal nature of the rolling metal pad instability threshold in rectangular cell
76 Tom
Weier
HZDR
77 Frank
Stefani
HZDR
78 Günther
Rüdiger
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics
Potsdam (AIP)
79 Detlef
Elstner
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics
Potsdam (AIP)
80 Rainer
Arlt
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics
Potsdam (AIP)
81 Mohammed
Talafha
Eötvös Loránd University
82 Agris
Gailitis
University of Latvia
83 Wolf-Christian
Müller
Technische Universität Berlin
84 Norbert
Seehafer
Universität Potsdam
85 Jozef
Brestenský
FMPHI, Comenius University, Bratislava
86 Thomas
Gundrum
HZDR
87 Martin
Seilmayer
HZDR tba [POSTER]
88 Tobias
Vogt
HZDR

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