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Tuesday 28 January 2020, 12:00

Chaos and ergodicity in the trajectories of two entangled Bohmian qubits.

Athanassios C. Tzemos
Research Center for Astronomy and Applied Mathematics of the Academy of Athens

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Νεότερες Εξελίξεις στην Αστρονομία 2018, Γ. Κοντόπουλος και Π.Α. Πάτσης (επιμέλεια), 2017

Αποτελέσματα του Κέντρου Ερευνών Αστρονομίας και Εφηρμοσμένων Μαθηματικών της Ακαδημίας ΑΘηνών στους εξής ερευνητικούς τομείς:

  • Δυναμική Αστρονομία
  • Μελέτη μη Γραμμικών Δυναμικών Συστημάτων και Χάους
  • Ηλιακή Φυσική
  • Κοσμολογία
  • Μαγνητοϋδροδυναμική
  • Περιβάλλον και Διάστημα

Νεότερες Εξελίξεις στην Αστρονομία 2017, Γ. Κοντόπουλος και Π.Α. Πάτσης (επιμέλεια), 2017

Αποτελέσματα του Κέντρου Ερευνών Αστρονομίας και Εφηρμοσμένων Μαθηματικών της Ακαδημίας ΑΘηνών στους εξής ερευνητικούς τομείς:

  • Δυναμική Αστρονομία
  • Μελέτη μη Γραμμικών Δυναμικών Συστημάτων και Χάους
  • Ηλιακή Φυσική
  • Κοσμολογία
  • Μαγνητοϋδροδυναμική
  • Περιβάλλον και Διάστημα

Νεότερες Εξελίξεις στην Αστρονομία, Γ. Κοντόπουλος και Π.Α. Πάτσης (επιμέλεια), 2016

Αποτελέσματα του Κέντρου Ερευνών Αστρονομίας και Εφηρμοσμένων Μαθηματικών της Ακαδημίας ΑΘηνών στους εξής ερευνητικούς τομείς:

  • Δυναμική Αστρονομία
  • Μελέτη μη Γραμμικών Δυναμικών Συστημάτων και Χάους
  • Ηλιακή Φυσική
  • Κοσμολογία
  • Μαγνητοϋδροδυναμική
  • Περιβάλλον και Διάστημα

 

Chaos in Astronomy

Chaos in Astronomy, G. Contopoulos and P.A. Patsis (eds)., 2009, Springer, ISBN 978-3-540-75825-9

The conference "Chaos in Astronomy" was held in Athens on 17-20 Sep 2007. International leaders in the field addressed the topics

  • Chaos in large N-body systems and in galactic dynamics
  • Chaos in solar system dynamics
  • Statistical mechanics of systems with regular and chaotic orbits
  • Chaos in the formation of large-scale structure in the Universe
  • Fundamental concepts, methods and tools.

The book contains carefully edited refereed contributions. It serves as a reference to researchers and gives an overview to students and newcomers entering any field of dynamical astronomy.

Order and Chaos in Galactic Astronomy

George Contopoulos

Order and Chaos in Dynamical Astronomy, 2002, Springer, ISBN: 3-540-43360-0.

The book was published in Summer 2002. In its 618 pages the book contains an overview of the knowledge developed during the last 50 years in Chaotic Dynamics and Dynamical Astronomy. It contains also a list of about 70 unsolved yet problems. This is a reference book for many researchers in Astronomy and related fields. Its first edition was exhausted and its second edition appeared in 2004.

Galaxies and Chaos

Galaxies and Chaos, G. Contopoulos and N. Voglis (eds)., LNP (Lecture Notes in Physics), vol. 626, 3, Springer Verlag

This volume contains selected articles from the proceedings of the International Workshop on “Galaxies and Chaos. Theory and Obeservations” held in Athens, 16-19 September 2002. The book deals with the most recent results concerning the role of chaos in the formation, stability and morphology of gravitational systems in scales ranging from planetary to galactic.

Adventures in Order and Chaos

George Contopoulos

Adventures in Order and Chaos: A Scientific Autobiography
Astrophysics and Space Science Library, Vol. 313, 2005, X, 199 p., Hardcover, ISBN: 1-4020-3039-8, Springer Verlag / Kluwer

The book describes the experiences of the author after fifty years of research in the field of order and chaos in astronomical dynamical systems. It exposes a number of important notions related to the theory of order and chaos in a simple and informal way. It also includes subjects of more general scientific interest, such as advices for paper writing, lecturing and refereeing. Finally, the book gives a useful assessment of future perspectives of dynamical astronomy.

 

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