May 23 - 27, 2021 – SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS21)
In the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) conference on applied dynamical systems - DS21, held virtually due to COVID-19, experts and researchers from all over the world presented their recent findings in the area of applied mathematics and nonlinear dynamics. The Mezić research group from UCSB had a strong presence by unveiling their most recent discoveries centered around Koopman-operator theoretic treatment of complex phenomena and data-driven modeling of the high-dimensional systems:
Igor Mezić, “Koopman Operator, Geometry, and Learning of Dynamical Systems”,
Allan Avila, “Pullback Operator Methods in Dynamical Systems: Theory and Applications”,
Michael Banks, “Koopman Mode Analysis and Control of a Soft Robotic Arm”,
Gowtham S Seenivasaharagavan, “Mean Subtraction and Mode Selection in Dynamic Mode Decomposition”,
Mathias Wanner, “Robust Dynamic Mode Decomposition for Random Dynamical Systems”.