The International Laboratory of Dynamic Systems and Applications was created as part of the Megagrant 220 project of the Government of the Russian Federation in December 2019. The laboratory's supervisor is Dmitry Turaev, a renowned specialist in the mathematical theory of dynamical systems.
The core of the team is a group of faculty members who are actively involved in the qualitative theory of dynamical systems and applications in the framework of the school of nonlinear oscillations created by academician A.A. Andronov. The Nizhny Novgorod school, which Dmitry Turaev belongs to, was and remains the leader in the theory of dynamical systems due to the unique combination of rigorous methods of topological and geometric analysis with applied research on nonlinear physical phenomena.
The main aims of the laboratory are to strengthen international relations and the prestige of the school, diversify and update research projects, organize effective cooperation between representatives of various disciplines, and support early career scientists.
"Topological Methods in Dynamics and Related Topics"