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June 12, 2013

The magnetic fields in solar flares sometimes break widely accepted rules of physics.

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June 12, 2013

The magnetic fields in solar flares sometimes break widely accepted rules of physics.

- Ph.D. 1987, The Ohio State University
- B.S. 1981, The Ohio State University

- 2002 - Present: Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics, Johns Hopkins University
- 2005 - 2006: Stanislaw Ulam Visiting Scholar at the Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- 2002 - 2003: Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona
- 2002 - 2003: Professor, Department of Physics, University of Arizona
- 2001 - 2002: Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Arizona
- 1999 - 2002: Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona
- 1995 - 1999: Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona
- 1994 - 1995: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona
- 1992 - 1994: Visiting Research Assistant Professor, Departments of Physics & Mathematics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- 1992: Consultant with CNLS, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- 1991 - 1992: Postdoctoral researcher, Rutgers University
- 1990 - 1991: Postdoctoral researcher, Universitat Munchen
- 1989 - 1990: Postdoctoral researcher, Rutgers University
- 1988 - 1989: NATO-NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Science, Rutgers University
- 1987 - 1988: Belgian-American Education Foundation Fellow, Universite Libre de Bruxelles

- Superfluids
- Stochastic analysis
- Statistical mechanics (equilibrium and nonequilibrium)
- Partial differential equations
- Magnetohydrodynamics
- Geophysical fluid dynamics
- Fluid mechanics and turbulence
- Dynamical systems
- Climate

- 2005: 2005-2006 Stanislaw Ulam Visiting Scholar - CNLS
- 2004: Elected Fellow of The Institute of Physics - August 2004
- 2003: 2003 Fellow of the American Physical Society. Citation: "For his work in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics"
- 1995: 1995 Francois N. Frenkiel Award recipient - for the paper "The Renormalization Group Method in Statistical Hydrodynamics"Phys. Fluids 6 3063-3078 (1994).
- 1979: Phi Beta Kappa (1979) - Elected Outstanding Student (one of two) in both Departments of Mathematics and Philosophy - OSU (1981).

- Fluctuations in Wave Kinetics, University of Arizona, Applied Mathematics Colloquium, 1 hr (Invited), September 28, 2012
- Spontaneous Stochasticity in MHD Turbulence and Fast Reconnection, 9th International Cambridge Workshop on Magnetic Reconnection Niels Bohr International Academy, 1 hr (Invited), August 30, 2012
- Large Deviations in Wave Kinetics, IUTAM Symposium on Understanding Common Aspects of Extreme Events in Fluids, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 20 min (Invited), July 2, 2012
- Spontaneous Stochasticity and Turbulent Magnetic Dynamo, Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Workshop on Mathematics of Particles and Flows, 1 hr (Invited), May 30, 2012
- Flux-Freezing, Spontaneous Stochasticity, and Fast Turbulent Reconnection, Workshop on Reconnection with Turbulence and Instabilities, Center for Magnetic Self-Organization, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1 hr (Invited), April 5, 2012
- Flux-Freezing, Spontaneous Stochasticity, and Fast Turbulent Reconnection, 8th International Cambridge Workshop on Magnetic Reconnection 2011, University of New Hampshire, 1 hr (Invited), August 18, 2011
- Flux-Freezing, Spontaneous Stochasticity, and Fast Turbulent Reconnection, MHD and Kinetic Processes in Laboratory, Space and Astrophysical Plasmas, Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, 1 hr (Invited), June 6, 2011
- Flux-Freezing, Spontaneous Stochasticity, and Fast Turbulent Reconnection, Integrated Applied Mathematics Program, University of New Hampshire, 1 hr (Invited), May 17, 2011
- Spontaneous Stochasticity, Flux-Freezing, and Magnetic Dynamo, Applied Mathematics & Statistics, The Johns Hopkins University, Department Seminar, 1 hr (Invited), March 31, 2011
- Spontaneous Stochasticity, Flux-Freezing, and Magnetic Dynamo, Applied Mathematics & Statistics, The Johns Hopkins University, Department Seminar, 1 hr (Invited), March 31, 2011
- Spontaneous Stochasticity, Flux-Freezing, and Fast Turbulent Reconnection, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1 hr (Invited), March 9, 2011
- Spontaneous Stochasticity, Flux-Freezing, and Magnetic Dynamo, Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics, Johns Hopkins University, 1 hr (invited), December 3, 2010
- Stochastic Flux-Freezing and Fast Magnetic Reconnection, American Physical Society -Division of Plasma Physics, Chicago, IL, USA, 10 minutes (Contributed), November 8, 2010
- Spontaneous Stochasticity: “Classical Weirdness” in Turbulent Fluids, Boston University Physics Colloquium, 1 hr, invited, February 2, 2010
*Turbulent Lagrangian Dynamics of Vortex and Magnetic-Field Lines*Department Seminar. University of Dundee, Department of Applied Mathematics. 2008-12-02. (Invited), December 2, 2008*Turbulent Lagrangian Dynamics of Vortex and Magnetic-Field Lines*Workshop on Inertial-Range Dynamics and Mixing. Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences. 2008-10-02. (Invited), October 2, 2008*Turbulent Flow in Pipes and Channels as Cross-Stream Inverse Cascades of Vorticity*Workshop on Wall Bounded Shear Flows: Transition and Turbulence. Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences. 2008-09-09. (Invited), September 9, 2008*Dissipative Anomalies in Singular Euler Flows*Euler Equations: 250 Years On. Aussois, France. 2007-06-21. (Invited), June 21, 2007*The Two-Dimensional Cascades of Enstrophy and Energy*Two-Dimensional Turbulence . Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands. 2007-03-20. (Invited), March 20, 2007*The Cascade of Circulations in Fluid Turbulence*APS-DFD 2006. Orlando, FL. 2006-11-20., November 20, 2006*Incompressible Fluid Turbulence & Generalized Solutions of Euler Equations*Analytical and Computational Challenges of Incompressible Flows at High Reynolds Number. Center for Scientific Computation And Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM), University of Maryland, College Park, MD. 2006-10-26. (Invited), October 26, 2006*Two-Dimensional Turbulent Cascades of Enstrophy, Energy & Circulation*CNLS Workshop on 2D Turbulence. Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos, NM. 2006-08-31. (Invited), August 31, 2006*Kelvin’s Theorem and Alfve ́n’s Theorem in Turbulent Flow*Conference on Instabilities and Turbulence in MHD Flows. Warwick University, Coventry, UK. 2006-06-30. (Invited), June 30, 2006*Multi-Scale Gradient Expansion of the Turbulent Stress Tensor*APS-DFD 2005. Chicago, Illinois, USA. 2005-11-21., November 21, 2005*The Lagrangian Vortex Mechanisms of Turbulent Cascades*ESF Exploratory Workshop: Challenging Turbulent Lagrangian. Castel Gandolfo, Italy. 2005-09-04. (Invited), September 4, 2005*Entropy-Based Ensemble Prediction Schemes*Mathematical Issues and Challenges in Data Assimilation for Geophysical Systems: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA. 2005-02-23. (Invited), February 23, 2005*What's So Surprising About Fluid Turbulence?*Department Colloquium. Physics Department, Oxford University, Oxford, UK. 2004-11-26. (Invited), November 26, 2004*Mechanisms and Foundations of the Dual Cascade Picture of 2D Turbulence*AIMS' Fifth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA. 2004-06-18. (Invited), June 18, 2004*Ruelle's Linear Response Formula, Ensemble Adjoint Schemes, and Lévy Flights*Seminar. Physics of Weather and Climate (PWC) Section, Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy. 2004-06-11. (Invited), June 11, 2004*Lars Onsager and the Theory of Hydrodynamic Turbulence*ICTP Seminar. Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy. 2004-06-09. (Invited), June 9, 2004*Ruelle's Linear Response Formula, Ensemble Adjoint Schemes, and Lévy Flights*Department Seminar. Applied Mathematics & Statistics, The Johns Hopkins University. 2004-03-04. (Invited), March 4, 2004*Conference Lecture*Current Perspectives on Predictability for the Atmosphere and Ocean, CAOS Workshop. Courant Institute, New York. 2003-12-05. (Invited), December 5, 2003*What's So Surprising About Fluid Turbulence?*Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium. The Johns Hopkins University. 2003-09-04. (Invited), September 4, 2003*Conference Lecture*International Turbulence Workshop. University of Central Florida. 2003-05-19. (Invited), May 19, 2003*Statistical Mechanics of the Thermohaline Circulation*CEAFM seminar. The Johns Hopkins University. 2003-04-11. (Invited), April 11, 2003*Conference Lecture*Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics in the New Millennium. A meeting to celebrate William Klein's sixtieth birthday. Boston University. 2003-03-29. (Invited), March 29, 2003*Conference Lecture*Stochastic Modeling of Geophysical Flows, Workshop of the Geophysical Turbulence Program of NCAR. Boulder, CO. 2003-03-12. (Invited), March 12, 2003*Conference Lecture*Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Environmental Systems. SAMSI, Radisson Governors Inn, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. 2003-02-02. (Invited), February 2, 2003*Local 4/5-Law and Energy Dissipation Anomaly in Turbulence*The 88th Rutgers Statistical Mechanics Conference. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 2002-12-15. (Invited), December 15, 2002*On the Joint Cascade of Energy and Helicity*Program on Developed Turbulence. Erwin Schrodinger Institute, Vienna. 2002-06-04. (Invited), June 4, 2002*An Historical Account of Onsager's Dissipation Anomaly*ESI Workshop on Burgers Turbulence and Beyond (BTB6). Erwin Schrodinger Institute, Vienna. 2002-05-27. (Invited), May 27, 2002*A Gibbs Hypothesis in Turbulence*Workshop on: Progress in Statistical Hydrodynamics. Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Santa Fe, NM. 2002-03-25. (Invited), March 25, 2002*Dissipation in Turbulent Solutions of 2D Euler Equations*Arizona Applied Math Fest. University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ. 2001-11-02. (Invited), November 2, 2001*Inverse Modeling in the Geosciences: A Variational Approach*Special Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences. The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. 2001-10-22. (Invited), October 22, 2001*What's So Strange About Fluid Turbulence?*Condensed Matter Seminar, Physics Department. University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ. 2001-10-11. (Invited), October 11, 2001*Dissipation In Turbulent Solutions of 2D Euler*PDE Seminar, Mathematics Department. University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ. 2001-09-25. (Invited), September 25, 2001*Inverse Modeling in the Geosciences: A Variational Approach*Applied Math Modeling Seminar, Mathematics Department. University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ. 2001-09-13. (Invited), September 13, 2001*Euler Equations and the Local Energy Cascade*Fluid Turbulence Group Seminar, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Yale University, New Haven, CT. 2001-03-16. (Invited), March 16, 2001*Conference Lecture*IMA Special Workshop: Frontiers of Mathematics in Geosciences. Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Minneapolis, MN. 2001-03-05. (Invited), March 5, 2001*Dissipation in Turbulence Solutions of 2D Euler*Mathematical Physics Seminar, Mathematics Department. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. 2001-01-22. (Invited), January 22, 2001*A Variational Approach to Stochastic Estimation for Large-Scale Nonlinear Dynamical Systems*Special Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences. The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. 2000-12-08. (Invited), December 8, 2000*A Dying Scent on a Turbulent Breeze: Scaling in Passive Decay*Informal Statistical Physics Seminar. Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. 2000-11-07. (Invited), November 7, 2000*Most Probable Histories for Nonlinear Dynamics: An Application to Climate Change*Joint Seminar, Department of Geosciences and Department of Mechanical Engineering. Penn State University, University Park, PA. 2000-10-17. (Invited), October 17, 2000*Turbulence and the Inviscid Limit of Navier-Stokes*Institute Colloquium. Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. 2000-06-23. (Invited), June 23, 2000*Turbulent Decay of the Passive Scalar*Fluid Dynamics Seminar. Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. 2000-06-21. (Invited), June 21, 2000*Most Probable Histories for Nonlinear Dynamics*Extreme Earth Events. 23rd International Conference on Mathematical Geophysics. La Citadelle Villefrache sur Mer, France. 2000-06-18. (Invited), June 18, 2000*Zeroth Law of Turbulence*Physics of Hydrodynamic Turbulence Program. Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, CA. 2000-04-18. (Invited), April 18, 2000*Entropy and the 2nd Law in Turbulence*ITP Conference on Hydrodynamic Turbulence. Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, CA. 2000-02-07. (Invited), February 7, 2000*Self-Similar Decay in the Kraichnan Model of a Passive Scalar*2000 Annual Arizona/Los Alamos Days Workshop. Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM. 2000-01-28. (Invited), January 28, 2000*Optimal Histories for Nonlinear Dynamics: An Application to Climatology*3rd Annual DOE/MICS Workshop, "Predictability of Complex Phenomena". Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM. 1999-12-06. (Invited), December 6, 1999*Ideal Tubulent Decay in Kraichnan's Model of a Passive Scalar, Part I*1999 AMS Fall Southeast Section Meeting. Charlotte, NC. 1999-10-15. (Invited), October 15, 1999*Estimation of Turbulent Flow*Turbulence and Complex Flow Seminar, Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. 1999-09-23. (Invited), September 23, 1999*Self-Similar Decay in the Kraichnan Model of a Passive Scalar*Physics and Beyond Seminar, Department of Physics. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. 1999-09-22. (Invited), September 22, 1999*Variational Estimation for Nonlinear Stochastic Dynamics*CNLS Workshop on Stochastic Evolutionary Equations. Los Alamos National Laboratory. 1999-09-13. (Invited), September 13, 1999*Optimal Histories for Nonlinear Dynamics: An Application to Climate Change*Nonlinear Science: Dynamics and Stochasticity, international conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Gregoire Nicolis. Brussels. 1999-06-30. (Invited), June 30, 1999*Locality of Turbulent Cascades*Extended Research Programme on Turbulence. The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK. 1999-05-17. (Invited), May 17, 1999*Surprises in the Hydrodynamics of Driven Lattice Gases*Workshop on Hydrodynamics Limits. The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 1998-10-05. (Invited), October 5, 1998*Action Principle in Turbulence Modeling: K - epsilon Closure*Application of DNS and LES to Industrial and Geophysical Flows Workshop. Istanbul, Turkey. 1998-08-05. (Invited), August 5, 1998*Evaluation of the Statistical Rayleigh-Ritz Method in Isotropic Turbulence Decay*1998 CTR Summer Program, 7th biannual summer research program. Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University. 1998-07-05. (Invited), July 5, 1998*Variational Method for Turbulent Energy Decay*Workshop on Superfluid Turbulence. University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 1998-06-16. (Invited), June 16, 1998*Fluctuations and Variational Principles in Turbulence Modeling*Turbulence: Challenges for the 21st Century, International Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthday of R. H. Kraichnan. CNLS, Los Alamos, NM. 1998-05-18. (Invited), May 18, 1998*Turbulent Fluctuations, Predictability, and Action Principles*2nd Monte Verita Colloquium on Fundamental Problematic Issues in Turbulence Workshop. Monte Verita, Switzerland. 1998-03-22. (Invited), March 22, 1998*Rigorous Inequalities for Anomalous Scaling in Turbulence*New Approaches in Turbulence Symposium at the APS March Meeting. Los Angeles, CA. 1998-03-16. (Invited), March 16, 1998*Rayleigh-Ritz Variational Method for Turbulence Closure*Seminar. Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, U. C. Davis, Davis, CA. 1998-02-00. (Invited), January 31, 1998*Statistical Mechanics of Driven Diffusive Systems*78th Statistical Mechanics Meeting. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 1997-12-14. (Invited), December 14, 1997*Thermodynamics and Hydrodynamics of Dissipative Steady-States*Nonlinear Phenomenology - From Molecules to Fluids Workshop. The Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto. 1997-11-17. (Invited), November 17, 1997*Action Principle in Statistical Dynamics*Dynamic Organization of Fluctuations - Turbulence, Powders, and Biology Conference in Honor of H. Yukawa. Nishinomiya City, Japan. 1997-11-13. (Invited), November 13, 1997*Action Principle in Statistical Hydrodynamics*XIIth International Congress of Mathematical Physics. Brisbane, Australia. 1997-07-13. (Invited), July 13, 1997*Fluctuations and Variational Principles in Turbulence Modeling*Turbulence Transport and Numerical Modeling Workshop. CNLS, Los Alamos, NM. 1997-06-04. (Invited), June 4, 1997*Fluctuations & Variational Principles in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics*Seminar. Nonequilibrium Working Group, LANL, Los Alamos, NM. 1997-06-00. (Invited), May 31, 1997*Fluctuations and Variational Principles in Turbulence*IHES Program on Turbulence. IHES, Buressur-Yvette. 1997-03-15. (Invited), March 15, 1997*Fluctuations in the Irreversible Decay of Turbulent Energy*Seminar. Physics Department, U. C. San Diego, San Diego, CA. 1997-02-00. (Invited), January 31, 1997*Three Ideas of Onsager in Turbulence Theory*Seminar. Institute for Theoretical Science, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 1997-02-00. (Invited), January 31, 1997*Zero-Diffusion Limit in the Kraichnan Model of a Passive Scalar*Intermittency in Toy Models of Navier-Stokes Equations Workshop. Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, Nice. 1996-12-00. (Invited), November 30, 1996*New Realizability Criteria in Turbulence Modeling*ICASE. NASA Langley, Hampton, VA. 1996-10-00. (Invited), September 30, 1996*Rigorous Estimates of Scaling Exponents for Passive Scalars*IAS Turbulence Workshop. Princeton, NJ. 1996-05-18. (Invited), May 18, 1996*Exact Results in Two-Dimensional Turbulence*Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Conference. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. 1996-05-00. (Invited), April 30, 1996*Turbulent Scaling Laws and Refined Similarity Hypothesis*Scaling Dynamics in Fluid Turbulence Workshop. CNLS, Los Alamos, NM. 1995-08-00. (Invited), July 31, 1995*Energy Dissipation, Euler Equations, and the Multifractal Model of Turbulence*XIth International Congress of Mathematical Physics. Paris, UNESCO-Sorbonne. 1994-07-00. (Invited), June 30, 1994

- Vishniac, E.T., Pillsworth, S., Eyink, G., Kowal, G., Lazarian, A., Murray, S. (2012). Reconnection current sheet structure in a turbulent medium.
*Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics*. 19(6). 6. - Yu, H., Kanov, K., Perlman, E., Graham, J., Frederix, E., Burns, R., Szalay, A., Eyink, G., Meneveau, C. (2012). Studying Lagrangian dynamics of turbulence using on-demand fluid particle tracking in a public turbulence database.
*Journal of Turbulence*. 13. 29. - Lazarian, A., Eyink, G.L., Vishniac, E.T. (2012). Relation of astrophysical turbulence and magnetic reconnection.
*Physics of Plasmas*. 19(1).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L., Shi, Y. (2012). Kinetic wave turbulence.
*Physica D*. 241(18). 25. - Eyink, G.L., Lazarian, A., Vishniac, E.T. (2011). FAST MAGNETIC RECONNECTION AND SPONTANEOUS STOCHASTICITY.
*Astrophysical Journal*. 743(1).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2011). Stochastic flux freezing and magnetic dynamo.
*Physical Review E*. 83(5).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Wan, M., Xiao, Z., Meneveau, C., Eyink, G.L., Chen, S. (2010). Dissipation-energy flux correlations as evidence for the Lagrangian energy cascade in turbulence.
*Physics of Fluids*. 22(6).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2010). Stochastic Least-Action Principle for the Incompressible Navier Stokes Equation.
*Physica D*. 239. 1236-1240. - Eyink, G.L. (2010). Fluctuation dynamo and turbulent induction at small Prandtl number.
*Physical Review E*. 82(4).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G., Neto, A.F. (2010). Small-scale kinematic dynamo and non-dynamo in inertial-range turbulence. 12. 023021.
- Aluie, H., Eyink, G.L. (2010). Scale-locality of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence.
*Physical Review Letters*. 104. 081101. - Xiao, Z., Wan, M., Chen, S., Eyink, G.L. (2009). Physical Mechanism of the Inverse Energy Cascade of Two-Dimensional Turbulence: A Numerical Investigation.
*J. Fluid Mech.*. 619. 1-44. - Li, Y., Chevillard, L., Eyink, G.L., Meneveau, C. (2009). Matrix Exponential-Based Closures for the Turbulent Subgrid-Scale Stress Tensor.
*Phys. Rev. E*. - Eyink, G. (2009). Stochastic line motion and stochastic flux conservation for nonideal hydromagnetic models.
*JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS*. 50(8).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G., Aluie, H. (2009). Localness of energy cascade in hydrodynamic turbulence. I. Smooth coarse graining.
*PHYSICS OF FLUIDS*. 21(11).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Aluie, H., Eyink, G. (2009). Localness of energy cascade in hydrodynamic turbulence. II. Sharp spectral filter.
*PHYSICS OF FLUIDS*. 21(11).

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Li, Y., Perlman, E., Wan, M., Yang, Y., Meneveau, C., Burns, R., Chen, S., Szalay, A., Eyink, G. (2008). A Public Turbulence Database Cluster and Applications to Study Lagrangian Evolution of Velocity Increments in Turbulence.
*Journal of Turbulence*. 9(31). 1-29.

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2008). Turbulent Flow in Pipes and Channels as Cross-Stream.
*Phys. Fluids*. 20. 125101. - Eyink, G.L. (2008). Dissipative Anomalies in Singular Euler Flows.
*Physica D*. 237. 1956-1968. - Chen, S., Eyink, G., Falkovich, G., Frisch, U., Orszag, S. (2008). Robert Harry Kraichnan.
*Physics Today*. 61(5). 70-71.

View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Alexander, F.J., Johnson, G., Eyink, G.L., Kevrekidis, I.G. (2008). Equation-Free Implementation of Statistical Moment Closures.
*Physical Review E*. 77. 026701.

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2007). Turbulent Diffusion of Lines and Circulations.
*Physics Letters A*. 368(6). 486-490. - Li, Y., Meneveau, C., Chen, S., Eyink, G.L. (2006). Subgrid-Scale Modeling of Helicity and Energy Dissipation in Helical Turbulence.
*Phys. Rev. E*. 74. 026310. - Eyink, G.L., Aluie, H. (2006). The Breakdown of Alfve and#769;n.
*Physica D*. 223. 82-92. - Eyink, G.L., Kim, S. (2006). An Entropy-Based Particle Filtering Method.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 123. 1071-1128. - Eyink, G.L., Sreenivasan, K.R. (2006). Onsager and the Theory of Hydrodynamic Turbulence.
*Rev. Mod. Phys.*. 78. 87-135. - Eyink, G.L. (2006). Cascade of Circulations in Fluid Turbulence.
*Phys. Rev. E*. 74. 066302. - Eyink, G.L. (2006). Multiscale Gradient Expansion of the Turbulent Stress Tensor.
*J. Fluid Mech.*. 549. 159-190. - Eyink, G.L. (2006). Turbulent Cascade of Circulations.
*Les Comptes Rendus de Physique*. 7. 449-455. - Eyink, G.L. (2006). A Turbulent Constitutive Law for the Two-Dimensional Inverse Energy Cascade.
*J. Fluid Mech*. 549. 191-214. - Chen, S., Ecke, R., Rivera, M.K., Xiao, Z., Wan, M. (2006). The Physical Mechanism of the Two-Dimensional Inverse Energy.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 96. 084502. - Chen, S., Eyink, G.L., Xiao, Z., Wan, M. (2006). Is the Kelvin Theorem Valid for High-Reynolds-Number Turbulence?.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 97. 144505. - Chen, Q., Chen, S., Eyink, G.L., Holm, D.D. (2005). Resonant Interactions in Rotating Homogeneous Three-dimensional Turbulence.
*J. Fluid Mech.*. 542. 139-164. - Eyink, G.L. (2005). Statistical Hydrodynamics of the Thermohaline Circulation in a Two-Dimensional Model.
*Tellus A*. 57. 100-115. - Eyink, G.L. (2005). Locality of Turbulent Cascades.
*Physica D*. 207. 91-116. - Alexander, F.J., Eyink, G.L., Restrepo, J.M. (2005). Accelerated Monte Carlo for Optimal Estimation of Time Series.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 119. 1331-1345. - Eyink, G.L., Restrepo, J., Alexander, F.J. (2004). A Mean-Field Approximation in Data Assimilation for Nonlinear Dynamics.
*Physica D*. 195. 347-368.

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L., Haine, T.W.N., Lea, D.L. (2004). Ruelle's Linear Response Formula, Ensemble Adjoint Schemes, and L.
*Nonlinearity*. 17. 1867-1889. - Taylor, M.A., Kurien, S., Eyink, G.L. (2003). Recovering Isotropic Statistics in Turbulence Simulations: The Kolmogorov 4/5th Law.
*Phys. Rev. E*. 68. 026310. - Chen, Q.N., Chen, S.Y., Eyink, G.L., Eenivasan, K.R. (2003). Kolmogorov's Third Hypothesis and Turbulent Sign Statistics.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 90. 254501. - Kim, S., Eyink, G.L., Restrepo, J.M., Alexander, F., Johnson, G. (2003). Ensemble Filtering for Nonlinear Dynamics.
*Mon. Weather Rev.*. 131. 2586-2594. - Eyink, G.L., Chen, S.Y., Chen, Q.N. (2003). Gibbsian Hypothesis in Turbulence.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 113. 719-740.

View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2003). Local 4/5-Law and Energy Dissipation Anomaly in Turbulence.
*Nonlinearity*. 16. 137-145. - Chen, S.Y., Ecke, R.E., Eyink, G.L., Wang, X., Xiao, Z. (2003). Physical Mechanism of the Two-Dimensional Enstrophy Cascade.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 91. 214501. - Chen, Q.N., Chen, S.Y., Eyink, G.L., Holm, D.D. (2003). Intermittency in the Joint Cascade of Energy and Helicity.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 90. 214503. - Chen, Q., Chen, S.Y., Eyink, G.L. (2003). The Joint Cascade of Energy and Helicity in Three-Dimensional Turbulence.
*Phys. Fluids*. 15. 361-374.

DOI » View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L., Xin, J. (2002). Statistical Analysis of a Semilinear Hyperbolic System Advected by a White in Time Random Velocity Field.
*Nonlinearity*. 15. 551-563. - Chaves, M., Eyink, G.L., Frisch, U., Vergassola, M. (2001). Universal Decay of Scalar Turbulence.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 86. 2503-2508.

View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (2001). Dissipation in Turbulent Solutions of 2-D Euler.
*Nonlinearity*. 14. 787-802. - Eyink, G.L., Xin, J. (2000). Self-Similar Decay in the Kraichnan Model of a Passive Scalar.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 100. 679-741. - Eyink, G.L., Thomson, D.J. (2000). Free Decay of Turbulence and Breakdown of Self-Similarity.
*Phys. Fluids*. 12. 477-479. - Eyink, G.L., Restrepo, J. (2000). Optimal Histories for Nonlinear Stochastic Dynamics: An Application to Climate Change.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 101. 459-472. - Eyink, G.L., Spohn, H. (2000). Space-Time Invariant States of the Ideal Gas With Finite Number, Energy, and Entropy Density.
*Amer. Math. Soc. Transl.*. 198. 71-89. - Eyink, G.L. (2000). Fluctuation-Response Relations for Multi-Time Correlations.
*Phys. Rev. E*. 62. 210-220. - Eyink, G.L., Alexander, F.J. (1998). Predictive Turbulence Modelling by Variational Closure.
*J. Stat. Phys.*. 91. 221-283.

View record in*Web of Science*^{SM} - Eyink, G.L. (1998). Linear Stochastic Models of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems.
*Phys. Rev. E*. 58. 6975-6991. - Alexander, F.J., Eyink, G.L. (1998). Shape-dependent Thermodynamics and Non-Local Hydrodynamics in a Non-Gibbsian Steady-State of a Driven Diffusive System.
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*Phys. Rev. Lett.*. 78. 2563-2566.

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