Professor, Head of section
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Building 303B Room 141
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Dynamical systems is the mathematical theory of change in the course of time. My research is centered on applying this theory to understand problems in the natural sciences and engineering. My work encompasses the dynamics of vortices in fluids, how they appear, interact and disappear. This research is done in collaboration with the Center for Fluid Dynamics, Fluid.DTU. I have also done research in systems where the dynamics of different parts take place om very different timescales. Such systems often appear in mathematical models in chemistry and biology, and a very complex dynamics can occur.