2018 APS Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

2018 APS Fellows with research related to Dynamical Systems

American Physical Society announces 2018 Fellows

DSWeb congratulates 2018 APS fellows.


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.


Student Feature -  Alexandria Volkening

Student Feature - Alexandria Volkening

Alexandria Volkening discusses her research is the area of  self-organization and emergent behavior.


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. 


Margaret Beck  is the first recipient of the AMS Joan and Joseph Birman Fellowship for Women Scholars

Margaret Beck is the first recipient of the AMS Joan and Joseph Birman Fellowship for Women Scholars

Eugene Wayne about Margaret Beck accomplishments on the occasion of her becoming the first recipient of the AMS Joan and Joseph Birman Fellowship for Women Scholars

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