SDG
2022
2022
Members of SDG
 Eduardo Altmann (USyd, Maths): Hamiltonian systems, transient chaos, extreme events, complex networks
 Holger Dullin (USyd, Maths): Hamiltonian systems, rigid body dynamics with applications in biomechanics, topology of integrable systems, semiclassical quantization, volume preserving mappings
 Chris Angstmann (UNSW, Maths): pattern formation, biomathematics, anomalous diffusion
 Sasha Fish (USyd, Maths): ergodic theory, applications of dynamics to number theory
 Gary Froyland (UNSW, Maths): smooth and numerical ergodic theory, applications to atmospheric and oceanic flows
 Dave Galloway (USyd, Maths): solar and geodynamo modelling
 Ben Goldys (USyd, Maths): stochastic partial differential equations, analysis on infinitedimensional spaces, long time behaviour of solutions to stochastic ordinary and partial differential equations, optimal control
 Georg Gottwald (USyd, Maths): geophysical fluid dynamics, pattern formation in biological and chemical systems, nonlinear time series analysis
 Shane Keating (UNSW, Maths): mixing and stirring in geophysical turbulence, satellite altimetry, ocean state estimation, eddy parameterization
 Charlie Macaskill (USyd, Maths): geophysical fluid dynamics, especially vortex dynamics and internal waves, acoustics in complex and random media with applications in biomedical ultrasound, mathematical theory of combustion
 Robert Marangell (USyd, Maths): dynamical systems, stability of nonlinear waves
 Gary Morriss (UNSW, Physics): statistical mechanics of nonequilibrium systems
 Alina Ostafe (UNSW, Maths): arithmetic dynamical systems
 Milena Radnovic (USyd, Maths): integrable systems, billiards
 John Roberts (UNSW, Maths): discrete integrable systems, symmetry and timereversal symmetry, arithmetic dynamics
 Geoff Vasil (USyd, Maths): geophysical and astrophysical fluid dynamics, multiscale methods, pattern formation, computational mathematics, statistical mechanics

Martin Wechselberger (USyd, Maths):
invariant manifold theory, canard theory, geometric singular perturbation theory with applications to the nervous system and cell signalling
Postdoctoral Fellows
 Jason Atnip (UNSW, Maths): ergodic theory, random dynamical systems, statistical limit theorems
 Ian Lizarraga (USyd, Maths): geometric singular perturbation theory, slowfast dynamical systems, coupled oscillators

Debopriya Mukherjee (USyd and UNSW, Math):
stochastic PDEs and optimal control of fluids
Graduate Students
 Lachlan Burton (USyd, Math): transient chaos, billiards
 Nicholas Cranch (USyd, Math): machine learning for dynamical systems
 Mitch Curran (USyd, Maths): Maslov index in standing waves of the NLS equation on quantum graphs
 Sean Dawson (USyd, Maths): quantum aspects of integrable systems related to separation of variables
 Michael Denes (UNSW, Maths): finitetime coherent sets in ocean dynamics
 Zeina Haidar (USyd, Maths): periodic trajectories of pseudointegrable billiard within circle with a barrier
 Zach Issa (USyd, Maths): Skorokhod embedding theorem with financial applications
 Diana Nguyen (USyd, Maths): integrable systems related to separation of variables
 Farah El Rafei (UNSW, Maths): spin waves in nanowires under stochastic perturbations
 Christopher Rock (UNSW, Maths): theory and numerics for the dynamic Laplacian
 Camelia Tiplea (USyd, Math): pricing of American options
 James Yang (USyd, Math): optimal control of slow fast systems
 Wenqi Yue (USyd, Math): model reduction for synchronization in complex networks
Faculty