Recently Published Books in Dynamical Systems

Recently Published Books in Dynamical Systems

Here is a list of some of the recently published books in dynamical systems. Should you be interested in reviewing one of these, or any other book that you think would be useful, please contact the book reviews editor (James Meiss; jdm (at) colorado.edu).

Uncertainties in Lagrangian prediction

Uncertainties in Lagrangian prediction

Sanjeeva Balasuriya examines some recent approaches to ascribing uncertainties to Lagrangian-derived information.

A Fast-Slow Switching Model of Banded Vegetation Pattern Formation in Drylands

A Fast-Slow Switching Model of Banded Vegetation Pattern Formation in Drylands

A new fast-slow switching model is introduced that captures the ecohydrological processes such as infiltration of water into the soil during rainstorms and  seasonal plant growth and death. 

Carbon Cycle Catastrophes: A Dynamical Systems Perspective

Carbon Cycle Catastrophes: A Dynamical Systems Perspective

Daniel H. Rothman explains how dynamical systems theory helps in the understanding of disruptions of the carbon cycle in the geological record.

Nearly Three Decades at Snowbird: The Iconic Venue and its Influence on Dynamical Systems at SIAM

Nearly Three Decades at Snowbird: The Iconic Venue and its Influence on Dynamical Systems at SIAM

Hans Kaper and Marty Golubitsky reflect on the history of Dynamical Systems at Snowbird as the conference moves to Portland in 2021.


Dynamics Days US 2020 Recap

Dynamics Days US 2020 Recap

Joseph D. Johnson, PhD Candidate, Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University, reports on Dynamics Days 2020, Hartford, CT, Jan. 3-5, 2020.

Short Amphiphilic Molecules: Curve Lengthening, Defects, and the Role of Cholesterol

Short Amphiphilic Molecules: Curve Lengthening, Defects, and the Role of Cholesterol

Yuan Chen, Andrew Christlieb, Keith Promislow, Frits Veerman, and Sulin Wang report on their research project where they derived a singularly perturbed problem for the cholesterol-loaded structure embedded within the singular scaling of the phospholipid bilayer and showed that the cholesterol sublayer robustly stabilizes the membrane to defect-generating pearling perturbations.

Student Feature - Priya Subramanian

Student Feature - Priya Subramanian

Priya Subramanian is a Hooke fellow at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford where her research focuses on the intersection of pattern formation and soft matter.

Student Feature - Andrus Giraldo Munoz

Student Feature - Andrus Giraldo Munoz

Andrus Giraldo Munoz is a Research Fellow at the University of Auckland working alongside professors Bernd Krauskopf and Neil Broderick on the dynamics of two coupled photonic crystal nanocavities.

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