Tuesday, July 23
Poincare introduced mathematicians and physicists to the power of qualitative techniques in the study of nonlinear dynamical systems. Differential geometry, differential and algebraic topology, and continuum theory are important tools in understanding the elements of modern dynamical systems theory. The availability of interactive dynamics software now allows scientists in virtually all fields to identify the complex structures described by topologists and geometers in models within their own specialties. The speakers will present theoretical results in the geometric and topological aspects of nonlinear dynamics.
Geometric Methods in Dynamical Systems I
Organizer: Kathy Alligood
George Mason University
Speakers and titles to be announced.
Back to AWM Workshop