(September 12-15, University of California, Santa Barbara)
The goal of this workshop is to bring international scientists from mathematics, physics and fluid mechanics together to discuss the latest developments in the field of set-oriented numerics and operator-theory for dynamical systems, as well as to promote possible applications. The workshop considers both theoretical foundations and practical aspects. This meeting will allow constructive discussions about the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches, and will facilitate the development of innovative ways to combine and improve the current state-of-the-art, as well as opening up new application fields.
Schedule and abstracts
Prof. Steve Brunton: "Discovery and Control of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems from Data"
Prof. Yoshihiko Susuki: "Data-Driven Koopman Spectral Analysis in Power and Energy Systems"
Prof. Gary Froyland: "FEM-based numerics for the dynamic Laplacian and optimal linear responses"
Prof. Oliver Junge: "Variational approaches to the computation of invariant and coherent sets"
Prof. Christof Schütte : "Transition manifolds of complex metastable systems: Theory and data-driven computation of effective dynamics"
Prof. Frank Noé: "Finding slow modes and accessing very long timescales in molecular dynamics"
Prof. Nathan Kutz: "Data-driven discovery of governing equations and parametric reduced order models"
Prof. Alexandre Mauroy: "Isochrons and isostables of dissipative systems"
The South Coast Inn hotel offers a free shuttle service to the UCSB campus.
Besides that Uber / Lyft are the fastest and most reliable means of transportation.
Time: September 13, 6pm
Location (10min walk from campus):
5986 Sandspit Rd
GPS: 34.417118, -119.829044