LML External Fellow Yuzuru Sato has recently reported the experimental evidence of the existence of stochastic chaos in a turbulent swirling flow. Together with co-authors (D. Faranda, B. Saint-Michel, C. Wiertel, V. Padilla, B. Dubrulle, and F. Daviaud), he shows that the experimental attractor can be modeled by a random strange attractor in stochastic Duffing equations. The article is published in Physical Review Letters: https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.014502 Read more
LML welcomed 8 project students to the summer school for 4 weeks in July/August. The students came from Cameroon, China, Japan, Israel, Italy, and the UK. For project descriptions and presentations, see Summer School 2017. Next year’s summer school will be announced in early 2018.
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London Mathematical Laboratory
8 Margravine Gardens
Absolute Inter- and Intragenerational Mobility: the Role of Income Growth and Inequality
City, University of London
20th February 2019
Workshop on Random Dynamical Systems and Anomalous Dynamics
Imperial College London
20th – 22th March 2019
The Long Run Evolution of Absolute Intergenerational Mobility
Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany
11th April 2019
LML 2019 Summer School
8th July – 2nd August 2019