SIAG/DS election results

SIAG/DS election results

The results of the October 2007 elections for officers of the SIAM Activity Group in Dynamical Systems can already be announced. We introduce the new SIAG/DS team and thank those who participated in last fall's elections.

Dynamical Systems at North Carolina State University

Dynamical Systems at North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University has a tradition of dynamical systems and biological applications going back to the 1960's. The research in the Mathematics Department is enhanced by contact with other departments both at NC State and at nearby universities in the Research Triangle, and with other research organizations in the area.


Assistant editorships available on Scholarpedia

Assistant editorships available on Scholarpedia

Scholarpedia is looking for graduate students and postdocs to work as assistant editors.


Viscosity movie: a big hit on YouTube

Viscosity movie: a big hit on YouTube

In 2003, Robert Deegan, Florian Merkt, and Harry Swinney created a research video on holes and fingering in a vibrating particulate suspension. Deegan describes the process by which this became popular YouTube, with over 1.5 million hits and many imitators.


Limit Cycles and Differential Equations

Limit Cycles and Differential Equations

Reviewer: Douglas S. Shafer

Taking Delay Equation Dynamics to the Cutting Edge

Taking Delay Equation Dynamics to the Cutting Edge

The importance of machining to the aerospace industry has led to the partnering of Dr. Brian Mann at Duke University with Boeing researchers Ryan Hanks, Amy Helvey, and Dr. Keith Young who are investigating the dynamics of a machining process called milling.


Penn State Maryland Semi-Annual Dynamics Workshops

Penn State Maryland Semi-Annual Dynamics Workshops

Penn State and the University of Maryland have held a joint semi-annual dynamics workshop since 1989. The workshops include cutting edge dynamical systems talks. The upcoming spring workshop will include the unveiling of a new journal.


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