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PROFESSOR DMITRY TURAEV

Dmitry Turaev

Professor in Dynamical Systems

 
 

Phone: +44(207)59-48566
Room: 634 Huxley Building

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TEACHING
Dynamical Systems
Bifurcation Theory

PUBLICATIONS
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Hamiltonian Dynamics
Homoclinic Tangencies

Teaching

The current courses are Dynamics of Games and Bifurcation Theory. Game Dynamics course discusses basic tools necessary for a quantitative analysis of the evolution of populations in ecology and biology, strategies of people in a competitive environment, people's opinions, learning algorithms, etc. Bifurcation Theory course provides practical and rigorous mathematical methods for detection, investigation and classification of qualitatve changes in the behaviour of dynamical systems.

Dynamical Systems (Fall 2013)

Bifurcation Theory (Spring 2013)

Dynamics of Games

Publications

I do research in mathematical theory of dynamical systems, obsessed with the Ultimate Richness of Chaos. I also work on certain topics of physics (optics, Fermi acceleration, dark matter).

Full list              Hamiltonian Systems                      Homoclinic Tangency/ Newhouse Domain                    PDEs/ Equations with delay/ Superdiffusion

Homoclinic loops          Solitons/ Space-Time chaos             Lorenz and wild attractors         Time-reversible systems

Blue Sky/ Saddle-Node                 Synchronisation/ Coupled systems                 Normal forms and chaos

Dark Matter                 Fermi acceleration                 Optics