Interfaces and Mixing, and Beyond
Interfacial transport and mixing are non-equilibrium processes coupling kinetics to meso- and macroscopic scales. They are a source of paradigm problems in science, mathematics and engineering. Significant success has been recently achieved in their understanding on the sides of theory, simulations and experiment. This success opens new opportunities for studies of fundamentals of interfaces and mixing, and for addressing contemporary challenges of modern science, technology and society. We expect this collection of papers to explore and assess the state-of-the-art in the interfaces and mixing and their non-equilibrium dynamics, and to chart new research directions in this actively developing research area.
Guest Editor: Snezhana Abarzhi