Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics

Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics
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The Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics is a 1M EPSRC funded research programme to address both the mathematical themes of the Bristol Laboratory for Advanced Dynamic Engineering (BLADE), and the grand engineering challenge of real-time dynamic substructuring. In addition, the permanent academic members of the centre have a wide range of research interests, including analysis and control of piecewise smooth systems; analysis of local and global bifurcations; numerical continuation of global bifurcations and solitary waves; computation of invariant manifolds; control and synchronisation of chaotic systems; nonlinear dynamics of laser systems; liquid crystal dynamics; electrical control of porous media flows; non-integrable nonlinear optics; localised elastic buckling in long structures; nonlinear dynamics of power electronics systems; fractal analysis of medical images.
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