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DR GABRIEL FUHRMANN

Gabriel Fuhrmann

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow

 
 

Room: 635 Huxley Building

About Me

I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at the Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London.

In simple terms, my main interests lie in understanding the occurence of complex behaviour close to simple dynamics. Here, simple dynamics refers to rotations or, more generally, equicontinuous group actions on compact homogenous spaces. I'm working on the abstract topological dynamics of mean equicontinuous and almost automorphic group actions as well as the investigation of certain bifurcation scenarios in non-autonomous dynamical systems, as given by forced ode's, leading to so-called strange non-chaotic attractors.

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