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Professor Alan Champneys | |

Post(s): | Professor of Applied Non-linear Mathematics, Department of Engineering Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | Nonlinear dynamics and chaos and its application, particularly to engineering systems. Bifurcation theory, i.e. understanding... |

Keywords: | chaos | resonance | localisation | nonlinear dynamics | solitary wave | dynamics of impact | engineering instability | buckling |

Professor Carl Dettmann | |

Post(s): | Professor of Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | Nonlinear dynamics ("chaos theory"), which describes much of the complicated and unpredictable behaviour in the physical... |

Keywords: | chaos | fractals | mathematical billiards | relativity | statistical physics | wireless networks |

Professor Stephen Wiggins | |

Post(s): | Professor of Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics |

Areas of expertise: | Mathematical methods for detecting and describing chaotic phenomena, local and global bifurcation theory, homoclinic and... |

Keywords: | chaos | nonlinearity | transport | mixing | dynamics | computation |

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