Organization: T. Passot, F. Califano, F. Sahraoui


Turbulence in solar-terrestrial environments, an essentially collisionless magnetized plasma, involves a broad range of phenomena with nonlinear couplings across vastly disparate scales both in physical and velocity space. Despite recent observational achievements using the latest in situ- data, and theoretical developments in kinetic turbulence and reconnection, many important questions remain open. The workshop will welcome international experts in observational, theoretical and numerical space plasma physics with the aim to address more particularly the relative contribution of waves, coherent structures and strong turbulence at ion and electron scales in heliospheric plasmas.