Navigating the Spectrum of Dynamics in High Dimensional Systems by Prof. Stewart Johnson, Mathematics Faculty Seminar, Friday, May 10, 1 – 1:45 pm, Thompson Chemistry 206
Abstract: Dynamical systems are highly effective tools for modelling our world, and their study has given rise to such fascinating and useful concepts as chaos and fractals.
Modern applications of dynamical systems include climate, ecological, and biological models that involve huge numbers of variables.
Using nonlinear spatial games, we will explore a few ideas on how classic tools from dynamical systems apply or fail to apply to these high dimensional systems.
An event every week that begins at 9:00am on Saturday, repeating until Sat, October 12th, 2019