Most of the concepts used by studying dynamic systems are derived from Birkhoff7. The ideas of Poincaré, Lyapunov and Birkhoff, first developed in finite much dimensions, are generalized to infinite dimensional equations. This type of equations we meet in numerous fields like the fluid dynamics, optics, mathematical biology et cetera. For mathematicians it is a constant challenge to explain and describe patrons that occur in nature by analyzing non-linear dimensional systems.

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This course will take place in the fourth quartile of your second year. It will be given by Stephan van Gils.



Stephan van Gils



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