Publicado Thursday, 6th January 2011por jpaez

 

Center for Applied Dynamical Systems and Computational Methods

CADSCOM is a joint research center of the three scientific departments Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at the Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Guayaquil, Ecuador. The research center brings together scientists of various fields with strong focus on nonlinear dynamical phenomena observed in real-world applications. Research activities are conducted at the interface between theoretical, computational and experimental approaches to address problems arising in science and engineering.

Topics of interest include:

  • Mathematical modelling and experimental study of real-world problems.
  • Bifurcations in smooth and nonsmooth differential equations.
  • Numerical methods and computational tools for dynamical systems.
  • Nonlinear oscillations in mechanics, chemistry, biology, electronics.
  • Modelling and control of plant and tropical diseases.

A list of selected publications is given below:

  • Liu, Y.; Páez Chávez, J.; Pavlovskaia, E.; Wiercigroch, M. Analysis and control of the dynamical response of a higher order drifting oscillator. Proceedings of The Royal Society of London Series A, 2018 (Link).
  • Yan, Y.; Liu, Y.; Páez Chávez, J.; Zonta, F.; Yusupov, A. Proof-of-Concept Prototype Development of the Self-Propelled Capsule System for Pipeline Inspection. Meccanica, 2018 (Link).
  • Páez Chávez, J.; Götz, T.; Siegmund, S.; Wijaya, K. P. An SIR-Dengue Transmission Model with Seasonal Effects and Impulsive Control. Mathematical Biosciences, 2017 (Link).
  • Liu, Y.; Páez Chávez, J. Controlling coexisting attractors of an impacting system via linear augmentation. Physica D, 2017 (Link).
  • Liu, Y.; Páez Chávez, J. Controlling Multistability in a Vibro-Impact Capsule System. Nonlinear Dynamics, 2017 (Link).
  • Páez Chávez, J.; Voigt, A.; Schreiter, J.; Marschner, U.; Siegmund, S.; Richter, A. A New Self-Excited Chemo-Fluidic Oscillator Based on Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels: Mathematical Modeling and Dynamic Behavior. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 2016 (Link).
  • Kapitaniak, M.; Vaziri Hamaneh, V.; Páez Chávez, J.; Nandakumar, K.; Wiercigroch, M. Unveiling Complexity of Drill-String Vibrations: Experiments and Modelling. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 2015 (Link).

External collaborators:

  • Dr. Yang Liu, College of Engineering Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom (Link).
  • Prof. Ekaterina Pavlovskaia, Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom (Link).
  • Prof. Przemysław Perlikowski, Łódź University of Technology, Division of Dynamics, Łódź, Poland (Link).
  • Prof. Andreas Richter, Chair of Polymeric Microsystems, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany (Link).
  • Prof. Stefan Siegmund, Center for Dynamics, Department of Mathematics, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany (Link).
  • Prof. Marian Wiercigroch, Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom (Link).

For enquiries about research collaboration and opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students, contact us at this (Link).

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