"Dynamical Systems" by Shlomo Sternberg

"Dynamical Systems" by Shlomo Sternberg

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2013 - the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth

2013 - the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth

The International Mathematical Union has declared 2013 to be the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth. Here is a short guide to some of the activities and resources.

2017 Conference on Complex Systems Report

2017 Conference on Complex Systems Report

Keith Burghard, a postdoctoral scholar from University of California at Davis, reports on 2017 Conference on Complex Systems held in Cancun, Mexico on September 17–22.


2018 Class SIAM Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

2018 Class SIAM Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

Special congratulations to the 2018 Fellows whose research is related to Dynamical Systems

DSWeb congratulates the Class of 2018 SIAM Fellows.

Special congratulations to the 2018 Fellows whose research is related to Dynamical Systems. 


2018 SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth

2018 SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth

Kaitlin Hill  (University of Minnesota) reports about the second SIAM Conference on the Mathematics of Planet Earth  that was held  on September 12-15, 2018.


2018 SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences

2018 SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences

Report by Veronica Ciocanel, Mathematical Biosciences Institute

Veronica Ciocanel reports on 2018 SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences.


2019 Class SIAM Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

2019 Class SIAM Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

DSWeb congratulates the Class of 2019 SIAM Fellows.
Special congratulations to the 2019 Fellows whose research is related to Dynamical Systems.

3rd Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Diffusion on Fractals and Non-linear Dynamics

3rd Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Diffusion on Fractals and Non-linear Dynamics

The international winter school and symposium with over 60 participants attempted to bridge a rather disparate set of topics: diffusion on fractals, quasi-crystals, non-linear waves and chaotic dynamics. Somewhat surprisingly, this worked out rather well.

4th Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Dynamics, Chaos and Applications

4th Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Dynamics, Chaos and Applications

This year's international winter school and symposium on dynamics in Bremen focused on the mathematical concepts of chaos. More than 70 participants enjoyed lecture courses and research talks on approaches and recent developments of chaotic dynamics in skew-product and geodesic flows, ODEs as...

67th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics

67th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics

Douglas Kelley reports on dynamical systems topics at the recent APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting.

6th Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Dynamical Systems and Turbulence

6th Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Dynamical Systems and Turbulence

A report on the Winter School and Symposium held in March 2018 at the University of Bremen

A report on the Winter School held in March 2018 at the University of Bremen written by Ivan Ovsyannikov.


6th Crimean School and Workshops on Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaos, and Applications

6th Crimean School and Workshops on Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaos, and Applications

Report on the meeting "Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaos, and Applications" held at Hotel Mellas in Crimea, Ukraine on 15-26 May 2006.

A Brief Biographical Sketch of Ken Meyer

A Brief Biographical Sketch of Ken Meyer

Based on recent conversations with Ken Meyer, H.S. Dumas gives `the briefest possible' outline of Ken Meyer's academic life, followed by a chronological survey of some of the best and most representative parts of his work.

A brief biography of Carmen Chicone

A brief biography of Carmen Chicone

Carmen Chicone is well known for his research in dynamical systems and applied mathematics. In May 2006, a Dynamical System Workshop was held at the University of Missouri-Columbia in honor of Carmen Chicone's 60th birthday (see also the report in DSWeb Magazine). Yuri Latushkin and Weishi...

A Brief Biography of George R. Sell

A Brief Biography of George R. Sell

Victor Pliss (St Petersburg State University, Russia) wrote this brief biography of George Sell, which will also appear in a special issue of the Journal of Differential Equations in honor of Sell's 65th birthday.

A Conversation with Arnd Scheel

A Conversation with Arnd Scheel

Lennaert van Veen interviews the Crawford Prize winner

Lennaert van Veen sits down to discuss the his research and the future of dynamical systems with Crawford Prize winner Arnd Scheel.


A Fast-Slow Dynamical System Model to Study Drug Addiction

A Fast-Slow Dynamical System Model to Study Drug Addiction

Dynamical systems play an important role in modeling of a variety of cyclical processes in natural and manmade systems. In particular, they can be used to help to understand the mechanisms of drug addiction. Karthika Swamy Cohen tells about a recent  paper published in SIAM Journal on...

A legal alien: a Dutchman in Providence

A legal alien: a Dutchman in Providence

From Amsterdam to Providence: Peter van Heijster on his experiences as a recent postdoc at Brown.

A mathematician abroad (or: a tourist who is also doing some maths)

A mathematician abroad (or: a tourist who is also doing some maths)

Dutch graduate student Lotte Sewalt describes her adventures during a four-month research visit to Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia.

A new content management system for DSWeb: ideas needed!

A new content management system for DSWeb: ideas needed!

The DSweb portal is changing to a new content management system and we need your help!

A New DSWeb - Building on our Accomplishments, Enabling the Future

A New DSWeb - Building on our Accomplishments, Enabling the Future

Ted Kull, the director of Information Management Systems at SIAM, reports on the new web portal for DSWeb.


A somewhat formal report on Snowbird

A somewhat formal report on Snowbird

Your current secretary reports on the DSWeb Editors meetings and the SIAG DS business meeting.

A visit to Sano Laboratory

A visit to Sano Laboratory

Masaki Sano is one of the pioneers of experimental, theoretical and computational nonlinear dynamics. Back in the eighties, he published, among many other things, work on chaotic attractors in Rayleigh-Bénard convection and systems of coupled oscillators. Today, he leads the Sano...

Advances in Applied Nonlinear Mathematics

Advances in Applied Nonlinear Mathematics

Alan Champneys reports on Advances in Applied Nonlinear Mathematics: a workshop celebrating the 60th birthday of Prof. Hogan. A meeting held in honour of John Hogan's 60th Birthday at Engineer's House Bristol 18-19th September 2014, organised by Mike Jeffrey assisted by Mario di Bernardo,...

Advances in Pseudo-Differential Operators

Advances in Pseudo-Differential Operators

Authors: Ryuichi Ashino, Paolo Boggiatto, Man-Wah Wong (editors)

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