Nonlinear Dynamics for Stellarator Design, University of Warwick

Nonlinear Dynamics for Stellarator Design, University of Warwick

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Mathematics


Alfred Hübler - In Memoriam

Alfred Hübler - In Memoriam

Professor Alfred Hübler, a teacher and a physicist, passed away Saturday, January 27, at the age of 60. Alfred was well known for his experiments in complex systems and will always be remembered as passionate teacher. He was the professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign since 1989 as well as a long-time external faculty member of New Mexico's Santa Fe Institute.

Norman J. Zabusky: A Nonlinear Odyssey

Norman J. Zabusky: A Nonlinear Odyssey

Obituary for Norman J. Zabusky

Norman Zabusky, a pioneer in some of the most extraordinary developments in “experimental mathematics” and nonlinear science, passed away on 5 February 2018. Norman played a major role in computational fluid dynamics and the importance of visualization. Most notably, however, he was a co-discoverer, along with Martin Kruskal, of the “soliton”, a robust, coherent localized solution of certain classes of nonlinear partial differential equations — a discovery that created a new paradigm. 


Student Feature - Adrienna Bingham

Student Feature - Adrienna Bingham

Adrienna Bingham is a a fourth year PhD student at the College of William and Mary in the Applied Science department working under the direction of Dr. Leah Shaw.

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