A visualization of patterns of synchronization in an asymmetric attractor occuring in a bifurcation of a discrete random dynamical system. The dynamical system is a multiple firing model comprised of eight interacting nodes.
Orbits for a piecewise isometric map.

Research interests

Within the centre at Exeter, we use mathematical and computational approaches to understand emergent and coordinated phenomena of a wide variety of systems. Research projects range from theoretical studies of recurrence properties of one dimensional maps and coupled differential equations to models for epilepsy, endocrine disorders and heart disease. As a common theme we use advanced mathematical methodologies to understand, predict and control the dynamical behaviour of complex nonlinear systems. More detail is listed under the broad themes:

We also have members in the Centre for Mathematics and the Environment at the University's Penryn campus.

 A symmetric chaotic attractor for coupled oscillators.