Nonlinear Dynamics


Introduction to the study of temporal patterns in nonequilibrium systems. Theoretical, computational, and experimental insights used to explain phase space, bifurcations, stability theory, universality, attractors, fractals, chaos, and time-series analysis. Each student carries out an individual research project on a topic in nonlinear dynamics and gives a formal presentation of the results. Prerequisite: Computer Science 101, Mathematics 216, and Physics 161D, 162D, or equivalent. Instructor: Staff
Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • NS
  • QS
Cross-Listed As
  • COMPSCI 524
  • NCS 513
Typically Offered
Spring Only