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CRC 910 - Control of self-organizing nonlinear systems: Theoretical methods and concepts of application (since 2011)

The research center focuses on how to control dissipative structures in nonlinear dynamical systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium. An interdisciplinary team of applied mathematicians, theoretical physicists, and computational neuroscientists goes beyond merely describing the intriguing dynamics of self-organizing nonlinear systems. They aim to develop novel theoretical approaches and methods of control, and to demonstrate how to apply these concepts to a selection of innovative self-organizing systems ranging from condensed hard and soft matter to biological systems.

Coordinating university

Technical University Berlin

Involved groups

Research Group von Oppen

Research Group Metelmann

CRC 910

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