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Bérengère Dubrulle rewarded by the American Physical Society Fellowship

Talents Article published on 26 October 2023 , Updated on 15 January 2024

The APS Fellowship Programme was created to recognise APS members who have made advances in physics through original research, teaching or participation in the activities of the Society, and have made significant innovative contributions in the application of physics to science and technology. This year, Bérengère Dubrulle, a physicist at Université Paris-Saclay, has received the prestigious honour of APS Fellowship.

Bérengère Dubrulle is a CNRS research director at the Condensed Matter Physics laboratory (SPEC – Univ. Paris-Saclay, CNRS, CEA). She has been awarded the fellowship for her seminal contributions to the theory of fully developed turbulence and astro- and geophysical fluid dynamics in general, and in particular, for illuminating intermittency and the role of multiple states in turbulent flows.

Bérengère Dubrulle is a renowned scientist who has received numerous distinctions for her research in the past few years. She was awarded the CNRS Silver medal in 2017 and the Lewis Fry Richardson Medal by the European Geosciences Union in 2021. She was named Female Scientist of the Year in 2022 by the French Academy of Sciences, who bestowed her with the Irène Joliot-Curie prize.