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Wave turbulence in homogeneous Bose gases

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HY2W05 - Physical applications

The relatively new possibility to study turbulence using atomic Bose gases has opened some new opportunities, including the relatively easy meaurements of particle and energy fluxes, the possibility to directly probe the system on all the relevant lengthscales and timescales, and the tuneability of the strength of interactions and the dissipation lengthscale. This allows, for example, a clean demonstration of the zeroth law of turbulence and the time-resolved studies of the formation of turbulence starting from an equilibrium system. I will give an overview of our recent experiments in both 3D and 2D homogeneous (box-trapped) gases, some of which agree with theory of weak wave turbulence and some invite further theoretical work.

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